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Should I Consolidate Bills into One Loan?

  There are times in our financial history where we may feel overwhelmed by the amount of bills that we have to pay each month. Maybe you have experienced a job loss or a medical emergency that has added more … Continue reading

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The Best Financial Planning Apps

It takes practice and effort to find a suitable financial plan for your personal budget and also your business budget, should you be a small business owner. Many say that creating a habit can take up to 21 days. Tracking … Continue reading

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6 Tips on How to Pay Off Mortgage Faster

One of the biggest expenses that we have is usually the mortgage on the home that we live in. Making the choice to own a home is a huge step in any ones life. I have known plenty of people … Continue reading

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Tips for Closing a Credit Card Without Hurting Your Credit Score

  Managing your credit score can be a big balancing act. The credit companies have been using a balance to limit ratio to determine your credit score and having that ratio move can impact your credit score positively or negatively. … Continue reading

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Quiz: What’s Your Financial IQ?

When we think of improving areas in our lives we often focus on exercising more, getting enough sleep, eating healthier, etc… Sometimes our financial IQ’s are overlooked and can hurt us in the end. This quiz will help you to … Continue reading

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How to Use Credit Cards to Build Your Credit

  Having some sort of credit is necessary for your financial health. Even if you are a young adult and plan on paying cash for everything, you still need to build your credit. It is something that you will need … Continue reading

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Tips to Achieve a Healthy Credit Score

  Your personal credit score is something that can affect your buying decisions in more ways than one. If your score is in the poor or bad range, you can be denied for loans and large purchases. You can also … Continue reading

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The College Student’s Guide to Finances

Moving out on your own for the first time is both exciting and scary. The excitement stems from being completely in charge of your own life, making your own decisions, and doing things on your own time. It is scary … Continue reading

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Pay the Most Pressing Bills First When Reducing Your Debt

We have looked at a few different ways to help with reducing your debt. The snowball method and the highest interest methods are both great options for you to look at when selecting the best way for organizing your debt … Continue reading

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Do You Feel Safe Using Smart Phone Banking Apps?

I don’t know about you but it seems like every time I watch TV I am hearing about another bank allowing scanned images of checks for deposit or a bank coming out with a banking apps for your smart phone. … Continue reading

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