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    I Can’t Pay My Cable Bill: What To Do

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    Dangers of Using Student Loans to Buy a Car

    When the federal government handed out the first student loans in 1958, the message was simple: This money is to be used for education purposes, meaning tuition, books, fees, supplies and living expenses such as room and board.No mention was made of using ...

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    How to Avoid Jail When You Owe Back Taxes

    A very rich person once said, “We don’t pay taxes. Only the little people pay taxes.”Her name was Leona Helmsley. Guess what? She went to jail for not paying taxes.So can you, though the odds aren’t as high as Helmsley, the hotel tycoon who ...

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    How Payday Loans Work and Lower Cost Alternatives

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    Dorm vs. Apartment: Which is Cheaper

    Where to live at college is annually one of fiercest arguments in every household, but if you think you’re going to win a debate between dorms and apartments based on financial reasons alone, think again. SPOILER ALERT: The competition is too close to ...

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    Compound Interest: How It Works

    Compound interest is a powerful tool for building wealth. It’s also a devastating tool that can destroy wealth. It just depends on which side of the financial equation you use it.On the positive side, compound interest makes the return on investments ...

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    How to Get Out of Debt Fast: Fresh Ideas

    Fed up with being in debt? Congratulations. Rearranging your mindset is the first step to managing, then eliminating, your money troubles.Dumping debt may require a lifestyle change, but we’re going to give you a look at some new ways to do it, jobs and ...

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    Secrets to Buying an Affordable Home that Nobody Ever Tells You

    Mom or Dad were good at saying vague things like “Don’t bite off more than you can chew,” or “Your eyes are bigger than your stomach.” Or specific things like, “Double cheese fries and 64 ounces of Mountain Dew … really?”But it turns out ...

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    Debt Consolidation or Bankruptcy? Which is Better?

    If you’ve got debt in America, you’ve got company. A new study reveals that 80.9% of baby boomers, 79.9% of Gen Xers, and 81.5% of millennials are carrying credit card debt and that can invite chaos into an orderly life.We might as well run up a red ...

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