A debit card gives you easy, secure access to funds in your checking account. If you’re like many Americans, this piece of plastic has a lot of competition in your wallet. From credit cards to cash, there are many ways for you to shop.
Each month, you receive a statement from your credit union that details the income and spending activity on an account. You can use these statements to review spending habits and even spot unauthorized purchases.
Another year has passed (allegedly), and tax filing season is here again. The COVID-19 pandemic changed many things, including last year’s federal tax deadline and the time it took for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to process returns. But how will it affect the process this year?
The holidays are over, but the credit card debt remains for many. In fact, four in 10 U.S. adults report willing to go into debt – or deeper debt – for holiday shopping.1 Your balance payoff strategy will have to include more than a crackling fire and hot chocolate this winter.