Five Steps to Improve Your Finances in 2022

Disclaimer: This article is intended only for educational purposes. I am not a certified financial planner, and do not recommend specific investments, including stocks, securities or cryptocurrencies.

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2021 was a challenging year for many Americans financially. According to NerdWallet’s annual household debt study, household debt and the overall cost of living increased by 7%, while median

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Vic Danh

Vic Danh

Associated Research Scientist and MBA candidate. A life-long learner and observer of technological, health and social trends, and a part-time creative writer.

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