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Auto Loan: Preparing For Your First Car

December 15th, 2015

Buying a car is an exciting thing to do but it’s also a huge financial responsibility. It’s best to go into the car buying experience well equipped with the knowledge to make the best decisions for your financial future. The first thing you will need to do is figure out what type of loan you will need to get yourself a car.


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Student Loans: Steps For Payment After College

December 15th, 2015

You’ve graduated from college and you’re ready to take on the world. One of the most fear-inducing thoughts is how you’re going to pay off your student loans. You might wonder whether or not that job you’ve been studying to get is really going to make a dent in your debt or how your student loans might affect your credit. Here are a few things you should consider after you’ve taken off the cap and gown.


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Loans: 3 Things You Didn’t Know

December 15th, 2015

Money can be a touchy subject for anyone, lenders and borrowers alike. Some people don’t know what they’re getting into when they approach a lender for a loan. Even with common knowledge that is available anywhere, it still might not be enough to effectively inform a person about all that comes with a loan. Sometimes the fear of the unknown holds people back from what they could accomplish with the money to buy a new car or home. Well here is an insight to the facts you could have missed when it comes to getting a loan.


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Home Loans: Preparing To Buy A House

December 15th, 2015

No matter where you look there’s an advertisement telling you that it’s either the best time to buy a house or it’s the worst time to buy a house. With the many changes in the economy and interest rates for home loans jumping all over the place it’s hard to know what this generation of home buyers should be looking for. What are the signs you should look for in a good home loan? Can existing debt have a negative impact on your home buying ability? Here’s a list of some common things people don’t know about home-owning.


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Debt Consolidation: Does It Fix The Problem?

December 14th, 2015

Chances are, if you’re in debt, you have multiple sources from which that debt stems. Credit cards, bank loans and other types of unsecured credit can pile up before you know it. One of the most annoying features of paying off debt is keeping track of everything you owe. Sometimes you miss a payment simply because you never knew you needed to make it. When debt accumulates in this way it becomes stressful to try and tackle it altogether. Debt consolidation is meant to help with this issue by taking all of your debt and compiling it into one lump sum. With multiple debts rolled into one debt the payment process is streamlined, but does it make consolidation the right choice for you?


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Debt Settlement: What Should You Expect

December 11th, 2015

When taking that first big step towards eliminating debt from your life you might be overwhelmed by the amount of options you have. Debt settlement is one of the most common and advantageous offerings in debt relief. But what comes with debt settlement? Are you getting the entire story with third party providers? It’s important to know what it is you’re stepping into when you choose debt settlement as your method of debt relief.


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Money Saving Tips with Secret Santa

December 11th, 2015

By now you know that the holiday season is often hard for frugal spenders. It is the one time of the year where you are seemingly contractually obligated to be generous. This obligation can seem daunting for those who are already dealing with a heap of debt approaching the holidays.


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Can Bad Debt Put A Dent In My Pension?

December 11th, 2015

After spending most of your adult life working and saving (or trying to save), you’re finally ready to call it quits. You’re ready to relax and enjoy your golden years. You’ve spent enough time working for others and now you’re ready to focus on yourself. It’s entirely possible that you’re overlooking one thing as dreams of sandy beaches and ignoring your alarm clock swim through your head. Is debt something that will hinder your ability to enjoy your retired years? In short, it can, but there are also actions you can take to reduce or potentially eliminate the impact debt can have on your pension, your savings or your investments.


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Can You Manage Your Debt With Debt Management?

December 11th, 2015

There are many ways to rid yourself of debt, but not all of them offer the best solutions for your financial future. These methods that allow you to handle your debt vary in terms of performance, personal cost and financial impact. Debt management offers the ability to have your debt handled in a structured manner through a third party, but is it the right option for you?


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