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Texans Are Paying Down Credit Card Debt
It may be hard to believe, but during the middle of a pandemic, Texans are actually paying down their credit card debt.
According to a study from WalletHub, it's not just Texans that are paying down credit card debt during the coronavirus pandemic...
Texas Has The 9th Highest Need For Loans Due To COVID-19
On Wednesday, August 19th, personal-financial website, WalletHub, released an update to the study for States Where People Need Loans the Most Due to Coronavirus.
According to the study, more interest in getting a loan is an indicator that people are struggling to make ends meet...
Texas Lottery's Mega Millions Has Changed
Get ready to spend more for those Mega Millions lotto tickets.
The Texas Lottery announced changes to the game that went into effect on Saturday.
From the Texas Lottery:
"Starting jackpots for the multi-state game will more than double from the current $15 million to $40 million and the ticket…
Student Loan Borrowers Might Not Be Getting What Was Promised
Seeing that I am about to enter student loan repayments, I have been keeping up with what our lovely Department of Education is doing in order to protect prior and existing borrowers. And from what I have seen from education secretary Betsy DeVos, it isn't much...
And Another Rate Increase Is On the Horizon for LP&L
So everyone is unhappy with their LP&L bill for whatever reason, myself included. But it looks like the next fiscal year will bring what LP&L claims is one final rate increase.
For the fiscal year 2017-2018, expect a 5 percent increase in rates. This i...
Do you want to learn how to handle your money better?
The Trejo center is hosting a free literacy workshop beginning Monday, February 20th at 6:30 p.m.
From City of Lubbock Press Release:
“Want to be smart about your money?  The Maggie Trejo Supercenter will be hosting a two-part Personal Financial Literacy Workshop with Part I to be held on M…

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