Budgeting For Beginners: A FREE Five Day Quick Start Course

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  If you feel stress about money, worry about paying your bills or are just tired of trying to find a way to rob Peter to pay Paul, you aren’t alone.  In fact, I get it. I really get it. I tried to figure it all out on my own and failed miserably. That lead … Read More about Budgeting For Beginners: A FREE Five Day Quick Start Course

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Is LendingTree Legit, Safe or Scams?

If you’re asking yourself whether LendingTree is legit, you have every right to do so. After all, you’re about to take on a big financial obligation (whether it is a mortgage loan or a personal loan). Your objective is to save money, so you want to find a lender with the best mortgage rate. But …

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How Much House Should I Afford?

The internet is a treasure trove when it comes to finding information that can help you buy your first home. Unfortunately, searching for “How much house can I afford?” will mostly lead you to online calculators that use an algorithm to come up with a generic estimate. To come up with a figure, these calculators […]

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Choosing a Health Plan

In a lot of cases, our health insurance coverage comes from a group plan that is offered to you by your employer or by your spouse’s employer. For individuals who do not have insurance through their employer, individual policies exist as an option as well.  Of course, you can also opt for having no coverage […]

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What Are the Best Car Loans When You Have Bad Credit?

If you have bad credit and need a car loan, there are some challenges when compared to obtaining a standard car loan. However, pick your head up because there are a handful of great lenders that specifically tailor their programs to people with bad credit. We researched the landscape of lenders that can help you […]

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10 Crucial Steps To Getting Out of Debt

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In 2017, the average American consumer debt rose around 8%.  That results in the average American owing more than $15,000 in credit card debt. Holy smokes!! Why so much debt?  While some are the result of medical debt and the need to cover living expenses due to a layoff, the majority is due to financing … Read More about 10 Crucial Steps To Getting Out of Debt

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Red Flags for Credit Cards: 7 Things to Watch for When You Have Bad Credit

Let’s say you’re in a bad credit situation, but you need a credit card. It can be hard to qualify for credit cards if your credit isn’t up to par. But there are credit cards out there that can help those with bad credit improve their score. Unfortunately, there are also credit cards that can… Read More

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A Parent’s Guide to Setting a Successful Budget for a College Student

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 You are getting ready to send your child off to college. Before you start helping them pack their belongings, there is one thing you need to do. You need to help them create a budget. You need to teach them how to manage their money so they can learn the tools they’ll use long after … Read More about A Parent’s Guide to Setting a Successful Budget for a College Student

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