Must Read: Student Loan Debt Suspension Explained, Should You Apply For A 0% APR Credit Card During The Crisis?

Ashley Rogers
April 3, 2020

These are the must read stories in personal finance this week.

1. Can’t Miss Tax Tips For Small Businesses

Small businesses can use all of the financial business help they can get right now. Here are some tax tips to possibly take advantage of. And remember, tax deadlines have been pushed to July 15 so there is lot’s of time to research what is best. (Debt.com)

2. A Personal Finance Blogger Reveals Her Family’s Personal Finance Pandemic Plan

The Coronavirus has turned personal finance on its head in so many ways. A personal finance blogger recently laid out her family’s plan for the crisis.  (Business Insider)

3. In The Future Will People Bank Without Banks?

Is banking with a bank on its way out? Forbes seems to think so. (Forbes)

4. Everything You Need To Know About Student Loan Debt Suspension

Because of the Coronavirus economic crisis student loan debt payments have been suspended. Here’s what you need to know. (CNN)

5. Should You Apply For A 0% APR Credit Card During The Coronavirus Crisis 

With all of these 0% offers floating around, let’s ask the question of are any of them any good? Is it a good thing to take advantage of these in a crisis? Let’s get to the bottom of it. (Fool)

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