The Best Student Loan Companies For Refinancing

Refinancing your student loans can make good financial sense, and that’s especially true if your current loans are stuck at a high-interest rate. With a new loan at a lower APR, you could save a bundle of money on interest each month and ultimately pay your student debt off faster. Consolidating several loans into one […]

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Credit Card Balance Transfers

Credit card balances are crippling households across the United States, giving them insurmountable debts that just keep on growing and never seem to go away. But there is some good news, as this problem has spawned a multitude of debt relief options, one of which is a credit card balance transfer. Balance transfers are a […]

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Credit Card Payoff Calculator: When Could You Reach Financial Freedom?

Have credit card debt? You’re not the only one. It’s reported that 43 percent of households carry credit card debt month after month. While credit cards can be a great tool to build your credit score, they can easily impact…

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Are You a Homeowner Seeking Forbearance on Your Mortgage? Watch Out for These Red Flags

monkeybusinessimages/Getty ImagesHomeowners are asking for breaks on their mortgage payments in droves, as millions of Americans face the prospect of unemployment or reduced income because of the coronanvirus pandemic. But

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Average credit card interest rates: Week of February 3, 2021

The average credit card APR rose to its highest point in nearly nine months, but interest rates are still at a three-year low.

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How to Buy a Used Car, Step By Step

Looking for a new ride? Here’s how to buy a used car, what to look out for and why it can be a smart money move.

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Leasing a Car: 7 Reasons Why You Should Consider It

Would you like to spend less money up-front, drive away from the dealership in a brand-new car, and spend less time and money on vehicle maintenance? Consider leasing your next car. What Does Leasing a Car Mean? Leasing a car is a lot like renting one—but for a much longer period of time. When you… Read More

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All About Car Loan Amortization

These days, it can take a long time to pay off a car loan. On average, car loans come with terms lasting for more than five years. Paying down a car loan isn’t that different from paying down a mortgage. … Continue reading →

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Mint Money Audit: Managing Money When You Make Enough

Anna’s email requesting help with her finances began with a unique confession. “Farnoosh, my money problem garners little sympathy,” the 32-year-old wrote. “My issue is that I make too much of it.” Now, THIS is interesting, I thought. I immediately…

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