Dear Dave: My boyfriend lives in a different state, and I’m planning to move there when we get married. I know I love him, but sometimes he is not what I consider to be responsible with money. There have been times in the past when he has taken out small loans or paid bills late in order to …
The Texas Workforce Commission will reinstate pre-COVID-19 requirements to access some benefits starting next month as the state continues to relax business restrictions.
Dear Dave: I decided a couple of years ago to start following your plan. Part of getting out of debt for me included paying off my car. I’m taking your advice, and saving up to pay cash for my next vehicle. I know you like mutual funds, so should I put the money I’m setting aside for that pu…
Dear Dave: Do you have suggestions on how to interact with debt collectors? Sometimes they are reasonable and easy to work with, but others are rude and pushy. Your advice would be appreciated. —Paul
Dear Dave: I have $11,000 in a mutual fund account that is not a retirement account. My wife has a retirement account through her job as a teacher, but I do not have one at all. We’re in Baby Step 2, so should we cash out the $11,000 in the investment account to help pay off debt? — Chris
The number of workers in both Nacogdoches County and the city was up to pre-pandemic levels, and fewer were looking for jobs in August than in the preceding four months, according to the most recent statistics released by the Texas Workforce Commission.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is hopeful that a deeply divided Congress will compromise and deliver another round of coronavirus relief before the end of the month, a regional director for the national business group said Tuesday.