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Kansas Department of Labor warns of texting fraud

Please be aware that a fraudulent SMS (e.g. texting) phishing attempt is being distributed on mobile devices. These texts are not from the Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL). If you receive one of these texts, please do not click on any links and delete it immediately.If a person has clicked on a link, then a […]

COVID-19 mortgage scammers

Commentary by Chara The COVID-19 pandemic has brought out the best in many people. Unfortunately, it also has brought out the worst in some people. One type of bad behavior is scamming. Yes, there are people who want to take advantage of the pandemic by tricking people, generally through emails and/or phone calls. Some of […]

Stimulus Checks: Who Is Eligible and How Much Will They Be?

The law will send $1,200 checks to many, including Social Security recipients Federal lawmakers enacted a $2 trillion economic stimulus package Friday that will send most Americans checks of up to $1,200, as a way to put money directly in the pockets of families struggling to manage the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. The legislation, will […]

Government Announces 90-Day Tax Payment Extension

No penalty for paying late, but tax returns still due by April 15, The Treasury Department has announced that most taxpayers will have an additional 90 days, to July 15, to pay their federal income taxes. However, the deadline to file tax returns remains April 15. “All you have to do is file your taxes,” […]

Many Millennials With College Debt

By Kent Allen, AARP, Vast majority would make one or more different choices for scholarship, school or major If they had it to do over again, the vast majority of millennials who have had or still have college loan debt would change one or more major choices they made when they began school, according to […]

Money-Saving Tips From the Masters | Part 1

Experts rate the effectiveness of 34 popular ways to save By AARP Everybody has advice about how you can cut expenses and build wealth, but which of these tactics are truly helpful? To find out, we asked more than 20 certified financial planners, authors and frugality bloggers to rate 34 common savings tips on a […]

How to use your credit card safely and responsibly

Commentary by Chara Having a credit card is a big advantage. A credit card can help you build your credit score. That, in turn, can help you when it comes time to buy a house or a car. It also can help you track your spending. But there are potential risks that come with a […]

How to boost your retirement funds

By Chara The earlier you start saving for your retirement, the better off you will be whenever you do not want to work anymore or your health forces you to retire. Here are some tips that will help you boost your retirement funds: *Start saving early: The earlier you start saving, the less you will […]

Magazine announces top 15 highest paying jobs for 2019

By Roberta Pardo As 2019 transitioned into 2020, many news outlets made end-of-the-year lists. Recently, for example, 24/7 Wall St. magazine released a list of the top 15 highest-paying jobs of 2019, based on data from the job-searching website Glassdoor. The jobs are listed below, with a few job descriptions and job outlook projections thrown […]