When it comes to excuses consumers give for their poor credit scores, banks and lenders have heard it all.Â Maybe you lost your job and couldnât pay your student loan payment for a few months.Â Or perhaps you thought youâd gotten a deferment but were too busy job hunting to find out for sure.Â Maybe you […]Read More
Recently, I published the post How I Graduated From College In 2.5 Years With 2 Degrees and Saved $37,500. While I did graduate quickly and there are benefits related to that, there are things I missed out on by rushing my college experience. Now I wouldn’t say I had the worst college experience, but I also wouldn’t […]
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Your first salary is the steppingstone to becoming financially independent, learning healthy savings habits and building your nest egg.
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If you donât pay your mortgage, it will set you on the path to foreclosure, which means losing your house. It may take a while, but it’s a likely outcome.
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Credit cards, interest rates, loans, even where you liveâthese all depend on your credit score. If you have a good credit score, youâre more likely to get better financial offers. But if you have a low or nonexistent score, the chances of getting prime financial offers are pretty slim. If you have low or nonexistent… Read More
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Whether youâre trying to buy a home or looking to get a college degree, you may need to take out a loan to finance your goals. If youâre seeking out your first loan, know that borrowing money is a common…
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Credit card balances dipped in November, as the COVID pandemic fallouts continued, and with the government continuing to wrangle about a second round of fiscal stimulus measures.Read More
Ever wish you had money to play with? More cash to save? Here’s how to make the most out of those extra dollars you earn.
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Recent data suggests that the average driver will spend close to $100,000 onÂ car insuranceÂ over their lifetime. That’s a staggering sum of money, especially when you consider estimates that suggest Americans will pay over $500,000 in that time just to own, operate, and maintain a car. $100,000 is a lot of money to spend on something […]
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The VA cash-out refinance program enables veterans and active-duty service members to tap into their homeâs equity and, depending on current refinance interest rates, lower their interest rate at the […]Read More