April is Financial Literacy Month

April is Financial Literacy Month

NEWS FLASH: The deadline to file taxes has been extended to May 17th. “Individual taxpayers can also postpone federal income tax payments for the 2020 tax year due on April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021, without penalties and interest, regardless of the amount owed. This...
September: 2020 Is Not What Any of Us Expected It to Be

September: 2020 Is Not What Any of Us Expected It to Be

Since COVID started, we have all had to make changes to our daily routines. Tasks that we used to do without a second thought now take extra planning and preparation … When is the best time to go to the grocery store? Do I have my mask? Do I have my hand sanitizer? Do...
Be Aware of Coronavirus Scams

Be Aware of Coronavirus Scams

With the novel coronavirus spreading rapidly across our country, most of us are thinking about how to protect ourselves and our loved ones. Add to this the misinformation readily available on the internet and in social media, and we have a ripe opportunity for...
And Now For Something Completely Different: Are You Prepared?

And Now For Something Completely Different: Are You Prepared?

COVID-19: Be Prepared “Be Prepared” was the theme for AADMM’s 2019 Annual Conference. Who could have imagined last November in beautiful Savannah, GA how timely this theme could be? That time seems so long ago and innocent now as we attended sessions titled “Avoiding...
COVID and Cash: Paying Bills In Uncertain Times

COVID and Cash: Paying Bills In Uncertain Times

Not only has the COVID-19 pandemic upended life across the globe, it has also affected the financial lives of millions of individuals and families. In the United States, more than 22 million people applied for unemployment (Washington Post) by mid-April.  Those who...