Stimulus checks, money for vaccines, schools, small businesses, and much more
Now that 2020 is finally in the rearview mirror, it’s time to start thinking about everyone’s favorite topic: taxes. As a result of the pandemic, there are a few changes to the normal tax rules. Here is some important information to know as you prepare to file your 2020 tax return!
The COVID-19 health emergency has caused significant challenges for many Americans. Recently, President Biden signed an Executive Order to help Americans to overcome the health challenges they face.
From yoga instructors to life coaches, hair stylists and nutrition consultants, all freelance businesses need to be protected from the cost of defense in a lawsuit, injury payments, and even things like a data breach. General and professional liability insurance policies are an investment in your future and your financial security.
Saving for retirement isn't easy for anyone, but it's especially tricky for those who are freelancing. Here are some tips on how to get on track and save for your future.
Health insurance is complicated! Let's break down how Catch helps you get health insurance.
Health Insurance is complicated. What are the important things to know?
We get it, trying to choose a health insurance plan is hard. That’s why we created the Catch Health Explorer!
How can Catch help navigate the difficult parts of health insurance so I can get the most out of it?
Health insurance plans are difficult to understand. Catch makes it easy
With the current global pandemic, getting the care you need can be hard.
Today, we're excited to introduce new investment options: Social Good Portfolios. Social Good Portfolios provide the same quality investment allocations as standard Catch portfolios, except funds are invested only in companies that meet specific Environmental, Social, and Governance ("ESG") standards.
We hope that the spread of the disease is contained soon, but in the meantime, it’s worth thinking about how to best prepare and protect your finances.
Take a deep breath. We've got everything you need to know to avoid a five-figure tax bill you didn't expect.
Welcome to Open Enrollment! You may have started getting emails or advertisements for the start of Open Enrollment on November 1, but it’s possible you don’t quite know what that means.
The important thing about saving for retirement is getting going (and then sticking with it). After all, the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
The way people work is changing. In the past, traditional benefits covered people against emergencies and disasters, but in a growing gig economy, those safety nets aren't always there. Let's look at the way work and savings have changed and what we can do to shift the landscape for financial stability.
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are turning, the red cups are back at Starbucks, scarves and boots are back in style, and people are talking about Open Enrollment Period (OEP). Ok, maybe you haven’t seen the last one, but it’s pretty important.
Ever thought about quitting your nine-to-five job? Did you feel at some point that you can’t take any more of your boss’s whines? It happens. As a freelancer myself, who has been in formal employment before, I will give you some insight on what to expect if you decide to go down that road.
Do you want to know the real truth about being a freelancer?