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5 Ways to Get a Loan with Bad Credit: Below 620

People with bad credit used to despair about their chances of getting a loan, but those days may be over. The marketplace for lending is so crowded with opportunities that it’s not only possible, but quite probable that you can borrow money, even with ...

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Considering Refinancing? Do It NOW!

Interest rates are going up, so it’s time to seriously consider refinancing your home loan. Or if you want to buy a house, it would be wise to seriously consider doing it soon. How seriously? Consider this example and hold onto your wallet. The median ...

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The 6 Biggest Debt Consolidation Myths: Know the Truth

If you’re looking for a way out of debt, chances are good you’ve come across the term “debt consolidation” and chances are just as good that everyone you talk to has a different opinion about it. The simple truth is that debt consolidation most ...

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Dining Costs Eating up College Students’ Budget

As the cost of college skyrockets, students are searching for ways to cut expenses. A good place to look is on their dinner plates. Food expenses can wreck a budget if a busy student eats out regularly. What might surprise you is how much a student spends ...

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10 Biggest Mistakes People Make When Paying Off Debt

The decision to get yourself out of debt is a life changer, if you are willing to make the necessary commitment that goes with that. You can learn how to get out of debt and how to avoid the mistakes that could torpedo the whole thing. Getting out ...

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How to Pay off Holiday Debt Fast: 5 Strategies

The holiday season ended months ago, but it is far from a distant memory for millions of credit card holders, who are still paying for it. American consumers spent a record $692 billion dollars during the 2017 holiday season, but less than half of them say ...

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What Happens When People Die with Debt: Who Pays?

Millions of Americans are getting buried in debt, literally. A shocking number are dying with unpaid mortgages, car loans, student loans and credit cards. It’s shocking in the sense that half of those people would be stunned to find out they’re going ...

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New Study: Veterans More Likely to Suffer Credit Problems, But Save More

Military veterans are more likely to suffer through credit problems, underwater mortgages and late house payments than the civilian population. Those are some of the findings from a 2017 analysis funded by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, an ...

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2018 Financial Planning Calendar

Would you like to save an extra $1,000 in 2018? Maybe you should eliminate that latte on the way to work. How about earning an extra $3,000? That can easily happen by having your hobby work for you. Interested in putting $5,000 into the bank? Would you ...

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Millennials Using Side Jobs to Pay Off Debt

In the words of rapper/philosopher Jay Z: “You can’t knock the hustle.” Millennials are having to hustle to pay their student loan debt. Over 44 million American have student loan debt, and the average Millennial who graduated in 2016 owes $37,172. ...

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