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6 Tricks To Save Money With Coupons

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7 Ways To Combat Homebuyer’s Remorse

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The Truth About Following Your Passion

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How To Negotiate With A Creditor

Debt can be overwhelming, but it does not have to be. The thought of negotiating with your creditors may feel scary but by doing so, you can help yourself and your finances tremendously.   Household …

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What Debt You Should Pay Off First

Anyone in debt should know about the different types of debt you should pay off before the other types. Debt needs to be prioritized and paid off in the least damaging way to your bank account and credit.  And …

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6 Tricks To Save Money With Coupons

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8 Easy Ways To Make Extra Money In College

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7 Ways To Combat Homebuyer’s Remorse

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Your Survival Guide To Condo Buying

A condominium is a residence that is owned by a private entity within a larger building. In particular, a condominium has shared spaces, like a courtyard, garage, or gym. Condo owners don’t need to maintain …

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Home Ownership Plummets To 51 Year Low

Owning your own home has long been part of the American dream. This has been the case since Roosevelt’s New Deal, which worked under the idea that owning property was integral to the American way …

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Should You Refinance Now?

As U.S mortgage interest rates fall to a record low, it may be highly beneficial to consider refinancing. Is It Worth It? U.S. mortgage interest rates have fallen to a record low last seen in …

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How Student Loans Affect Your Credit

Whether we like it or not, credit reports and credit scores are crucial indicators for financial institutions. When we apply for a mortgage, credit card, student loan, etc. our credit score will dictate our eligibility to most …

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How Secure Are Your Financial Apps?

In a world where there is an app for everything, finance has recently become the latest area where apps are now the norm for personal management. However, the safety of these has recently been called …

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Spending Wisely in 2016

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How To Invest Your Money

Learning how to invest your money can help you build wealth over time. It takes years to grow your investments to the level you want them to be at… But it only takes hours to …

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