Sean Finucane

Fall is here, and health officials warn that the COVID-19 pandemic could potentially see another spike amid indoor activities and the start of flu season. For the 55 million Americans that have been deemed essential workers, this potential spike is especially scary. Not only do you need to worry about what to do if you […]

It’s no secret the self-care and wellness industries have taken off in recent years. But the truth is, you don’t actually need to spend money to improve your health and give yourself some much-needed love. While spa days and professional massages are great, you can boost your wellness and develop a self-care routine right at […]

Your auto insurance premiums can go up for a lot of things. From speeding tickets to at-fault accidents, violations and claims can make insurers upcharge your insurance premiums for the next three to five years. If you’re already struggling to pay your auto insurance as-is, these upcharges can be a major blow to your budget. […]

Approximately 160 million people recently received a one-time stimulus payment from the IRS. This money can be used for a variety of things, including putting down a down payment for a home or making a few repairs. Whether you plan on buying, selling, or renovating a home, it’s going to be a major investment. These […]

The last thing you want to do is throw away your hard-earned money. But when you’re not paying attention to your finances, you might as well be tossing dollars in the trash. Here are some of the most common sources of wasted money that many of us fall victim to in order to help you […]

Approximately one out of every four Americans avoid seeking medical care because of high out-of-pocket medical costs. According to a Bankrate survey of 2,500 U.S. adults, up to 22% of Americans in 2019 said they steered clear of some sort of medical care because it was too expensive. Americans aren’t imagining these expenses, either. Between […]

Flexible side jobs and on-demand gigs are a great way to make a little extra cash when you need it. Odd jobs give you the ability to work as much or as little as you like, and you can gather new skills to add to your resume. From pet sitting to taking online surveys, there […]

Nearly 160 million people received a one-time economic stimulus payment from the IRS between April 10 and June 3 to help mitigate the financial burden brought on by the novel COVID-19 pandemic. While the check did little more than help Americans pay their bills for a single month, another stimulus payment may be around the […]