Debt is one of the most common financial situations in America today. It’s unbelievably easy to get money you don’t have to buy things you want, which results in debt on just about everything, from cars, to education, to vacations, to household appliances and more.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing a lot of concern. Americans get about 1 billion colds every year. Unfortunately, the cold can look a lot like the coronavirus — so make sure you’re always monitoring your family’s health and are communicating with medical professionals as needed.
Sending money overseas is a piece of cake – with the only caveat being that you have to know exactly what you’re doing, otherwise that piece of cake can start to look a little like a lump of coal. Of course, you can ask your bank for help. Your bank will be able to set up an international transfers account for you, and your request will be processed in due course. Your other option is to go through a money transfer service, which we’ll get into shortly.
It’s exciting to finally have the key to your first home in the palm of your hand. But now that you’ve made your down payment, paid your real estate agent, and closed on the house, chances are your bank account is looking a little worse for wear.
Right now is the time to evolve our thinking when it comes to personal finance. Yes, you should be frightened about the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic. You’re not paying attention if you’re not scared. As of this posting, over 246,000 people on Earth were killed by the coronavirus. Over 67,000 of those deaths occurred in the United States.
If you own a business, it’s more than just your livelihood. You’ve put countless time, money, and work into getting this company going, and it’s a massive part of your daily life. Unfortunately, sometimes your business will need more money than you can afford to put into it, even if you know this money could help it grow and thrive.