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Everyone makes mistakes, it’s only human. Personally, I made a lot of money-related missteps throughout my 20s. But I learned from them and have since made different choices in my 30s. Here are four financial mistakes I made in my 20s that cost me thousands of dollars, and what you can do to avoid them. …

In June, Britney Spears told a Los Angeles court she was forced by her conservatives to keep an IUD implanted, even though she wanted more children, forced to take medication and forced to perform on stage, no matter how she felt, according to a report in the Los Angeles Times. Britney has been under the …

Erika Girardi’s level of involvement in her ex-husband’s bankruptcy lawsuit continues to be questioned. The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star has been criticized in new legal documents obtained by Fox News. The trustee overseeing the case involving Tom Girardi’s law firm, Girardi Keese, insists Jayne knew his expenses were being paid by the firm. …

Some people find themselves in credit card debt when too many surprise bills hit. Other times, credit card debt is something that slowly but steadily accumulates over time, to the point where it becomes less and less manageable. As a rule of thumb, it’s best not to run into credit card debt at all. The …

In a recent public announcement, Atlanta Bankruptcy Associates explained why it’s important for residents to hire a bankruptcy lawyer when it requires one. Cumming, Georgia – Atlanta Bankruptcy Associates, one of Atlanta’s top bankruptcy law firms, recently saw fit to share with locals why it’s important to them to hire a professional bankruptcy lawyer. The …

Now you don’t need us to tell you that our relationship with money has fundamentally changed over the past two remarkable years. While about half of the population emerged from the early stages of the pandemic stronger financially than when we arrived, we smashed our credit card balances, recovered our overdrafts and discovered the insurance …

The state of health of a Ukrainian journalist detained in Simferopol, on the Crimean peninsula, is said to deteriorate, following allegations of torture by Russian security services. Vladyslav Yesypenko, a freelance journalist who covered environmental and social issues in Crimea, including for US-funded Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty (RFE / EL), was arrested in …

Paying for college is a challenge for many students. Grants and scholarships are only expanding so far, so borrowing money may be the only way to afford higher education. © Tatiana Frank / Shutterstock A woman studies in the college library. You can get a student loan from the federal government by completing your Free …

The best personal loans offer competitive rates, flexible loan amounts, and a wide range of terms. Here’s how Upgrade Personal Loans stack up against other popular lenders: Upgrade Vs. SoFi SoFi personal loans start at $ 5,000 and go up to $ 100,000 depending on the purpose of the loan, much higher than the loans …

Lawyers for the Boy Scouts of America are postponing a key bankruptcy hearing scheduled to begin this week, following a court ruling that casts uncertainty over the future of the case. Lawyers filed court documents on Friday postponing a hearing until September 21, which was scheduled to begin on Wednesday. The hearing must determine whether …