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It’s not uncommon to make a mistake on your federal tax return or leave out important information such as a tax deduction or credit that you’re entitled to—but the IRS has a process that gives you a second chance. “An amended tax return is filed when a taxpayer realizes a mistake was made on the […]

Travel can come with unexpected expenses, now more than ever. While the Covid-19 pandemic and the Omicron variant continue to wreak havoc, a whole new category of unexpected travel expenses are arising. If you test positive and are stuck, a hotel quarantine can cost you a chunk of change. Understanding the potential costs involved is […]

Mexico has been the go-to vacation spot during the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic due to its loose rules and restrictions on travel. But with the Omicron variant slowly creeping its way into society, many countries are adding tighter border control measures in hopes to keep the mutated strain at bay. Here is what you need to […]

Countries are quickly changing travel guidelines as concerns grow over the Omicron variant. Currently, U.S. travelers are permitted to travel to the UK whether they’re vaccinated or not but must show a negative PCR test taken before entry. Here’s what you need to know before your visit to the UK. Requirements to Enter the UK […]

Chase and Air Canada have teamed up to launch a new co-branded U.S. credit card stuffed with benefits and features likely to appeal to anyone who has an affinity for flying. “The card itself, simply put, is about unlocking rewards flights faster and delivering unparalleled travel benefits,” said Ed Olebe, president of co-branded cards for […]

The Omicron variant is spreading—and countries are quickly reacting with fresh travel restrictions and entry requirements. As of November 30, six cases of the Omicron variant have been confirmed in Canada. U.S. travelers are permitted to travel to Canada for leisure but only if they’re vaccinated. This applies whether you’re entering Canada by land border […]

This article will be updated regularly as new information becomes available. With the emergence of the potentially highly contagious Covid-19 Omicron variant, new travel restrictions and requirements are going into effect for U.S. travelers heading to Europe. Americans can still travel to European countries for now, although each country makes their own decisions about who […]

With the recent discovery and subsequent spread of the new Omicron variant of the Covid-19 virus, many countries are tightening up their rules for international travel. Whether it is with increased testing, mandatory quarantines or outright travel bans, the lengths that different countries are going to in an attempt to stop the introduction and spread […]

As the world continues to slowly open back up after shutting down in 2020 due to the Covid-19 worldwide pandemic, it only makes sense that the urge to get back out and explore the world will strike many of us –– and for some of us, it strikes with a vengeance. Unfortunately, so does the […]

November began with stocks on another tear, setting record high after record high, but ended abruptly with the market in retreat. By the end of November, the S&P 500 had fallen 2.9% from its latest all-time high, and closed out the month down 0.8%. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) tumbled 3.7% and the […]

A new variant of Covid-19, known as Omicron, has sent countries scurrying to try and prevent the spread. Many countries have completely shut down their borders while others are sticking with tighter restrictions on travel for the time being. As the situation continues to evolve, the rules are short to change, possibly on short notice. […]

This post was last updated on Dec. 1, 2021. If you’re vaccinated and planning on heading to France this holiday season, you’re in luck. In light of the newly-discovered coronavirus variant Omicron, la Republique Française has not implemented fresh travel restrictions for vaccinated visitors coming from the U.S.—for now, at least. Here’s what you need […]

Here’s the latest on travel to and from the United States, including quarantine requirements, testing and rules for foreign countries. We’ll update this page with information as we get it.  Report: Biden Administration to Require Stricter Testing Requirements For Travelers to U.S. On Tuesday, the Washington Post reported the Biden administration is planning to roll […]

As the global Covid-19 pandemic rages on and the Omicron variant brings new concern, countries are once again implementing tighter restrictions and requirements on travel in hopes to slow the spread. Can You Travel to the Philippines? The short answer?  It depends. U.S. citizens who already have valid visas may enter the Philippines and will […]

Despite concerns about the Omicron variant of Covid-19, travel between Germany and the United States is open. But vaccination and testing requirements make it imperative to prepare before you embark on your trip. Requirements to Enter Germany from the U.S. The United States is not considered by Germany to be a virus variant or high […]

Despite concerns about the Omicron variant of Covid-19, travel between Italy and the United States is open. But vaccination and testing requirements make it imperative to prepare before you embark on your trip. Requirements to Enter Italy from the U.S. Travelers from the United States are allowed to enter Italy, and there are no restrictions […]

Ah, the good old days—of June when the world was our oyster.  Freshly vaxxed and passport in hand, we planned long-awaited trips to newly opened destinations. Then we started learning the letters of the Greek Alphabet: first Delta, now Omicron.  Now every plan we have made, as well as any going forward, has a question […]

Buying a house can be a challenge in itself, but if you’ve had to file for bankruptcy, owning a home may seem all the more difficult to achieve. However, it’s still possible regardless of whether you’ve filed for chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy. Your biggest hurdles to getting a mortgage will be the mandatory […]

Many students depend on student loans to pay for their education. But for most, they won’t make their first payment on that debt until after graduation. If you’re struggling to remember the details of that freshman year loan, learn what steps to take before you make your first student loan payment. When Is Your First […]

Real IDs are the federal government’s way of creating minimum security standards when it comes to issuing driver’s licenses in the U.S. The deadline for getting a Real ID driver’s license has been pushed back until May 2023 but you’ll want to make sure you get one far in advance of the deadline. You don’t […]

Detached single-family homes, like townhouses and condominiums, are some of the most popular types of dwelling in America. They tend to be great starter homes and are often less expensive than a single-family home. Both options also provide less responsibility for the exterior or landscaping since a homeowners association (HOA) usually handles that, and then […]

Most people get money from various sources: wages from a job, investment returns, income from a business, Social Security benefits, and more. Some of that income is taxable, and some isn’t, which makes calculating your taxable income—and estimating how much tax you’ll owe—challenging. However, estimating your taxable income before filing your tax return can help […]

Congress took a big step today toward repairing deeply rooted affordable housing issues as the House passed the Build Back Better Act. Now, the bill goes to the Senate, where it’s expected to meet unified resistance from Republicans. President Joe Biden’s sweeping $1.75 trillion social spending bill aims to lessen housing burdens through widespread investment, […]

The U.S. economy is acting strangely these days, and Americans are highly conflicted about the state of their financial prospects. Take the job market. Employers added 531,000 jobs in October, while the August and September labor market reports were revised higher by a combined total of 235,000 jobs. The unemployment rate dropped to 4.6%, and […]

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In August, 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs. Then in September, another 4.4 million did the same. We refer to it as the great resignation, though others call it the great reshuffling or the great reorganization. Whatever you choose to call it, the Covid-driven phenomenon looks the same: People are rethinking their careers and making […]

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