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3 steps to improve your credit score

A good credit score can make a real difference in your life, whether it’s getting a loan, buying a car, or renting an apartment. According to Forbes, a good credit history saves about $35,000 for every $100,000 you borrow for a mortgage. If you are trying to improve your credit score, it is important to […]

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6 tips for a successful competition without spending

The no-spending challenge is what it sounds like: you commit to not spending money on unnecessary things for a set period of time. You then use all that extra money to push your financial goals a little faster. I like to think of the no-spending issue as a juice cleanse for your finances. It removes […]

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How do they work and when to get them

Want to buy an investment property but can’t afford the 20% down payment? Well, welcome to the party. Fortunately, like Bruce Willis in tenaciousWe Millennials and Generation Z have several tools at our disposal to defeat evil money investors, gain approval, and get the keys to our new home. One such tool that’s coming back […]

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Buying or Selling a Home in 2022? 5 real estate trends to watch out for

Last year’s perfect storm of supply constraints, low interest rates and record high demand sent home prices soaring. The median home price in the US reached a record high of $404,700 in the third quarter of 2021, up almost 20% from the same period in 2020, according to data from the US Department of Housing […]

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How to Earn Dividends on Your Savings Using PrizePool

* Note: This is a sponsored post reviewed and approved by PrizePool. Earning interest in a savings account is nice, but better yet, getting a bonus. Traditional savings accounts let you earn pennies in interest, but prize-tied savings accounts like PrizePool offer a fun way to boost your savings. By a raise, we mean BIG […]

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How to know how much debt you owe

You can’t fight what you don’t see. So if you’re on a mission pay the debt offfirst, you must know how much you Indeed be to. But keeping track of your debts can be like a scavenger hunt. You will have to search in several places as there is no centralized platform (or at least […]

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Should I take an interim year?

The intervening years are a hotly debated topic. Some people like the idea of ​​taking a year off from the traditional trajectory of their lives to explore the unknown. But others choose to stick to their own path. No matter where you are in life, a year off may be the right choice for you. […]

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Credit Karma Home: Free Tools For Home Buyers

Buying a home is stressful. Real estate can cost a lot of money. For many, a home is the most expensive thing they will ever buy. Aside from the price, buying a home involves visiting potentially dozens of homes, a huge amount of paperwork, and an intense mortgage process that can tire anyone. Credit Karma […]

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Freeing Up Funds: Your Best Budgeting Secret

How many times have you been busy with life and suddenly remembered “Shit! My car insurance expires this month. How could I forget ?!” or “Damn it! I completely forgot that my cat needs an annual vet this month … It is not known how much it will cost. “ These costs are routine and […]

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Good bad evil

Whenever I see funding at 0% per annum, I look at terms like young Indiana Jones in In Search of the Lost Ark: Our generation is smart enough to know that financing at 0% per annum is a gimmick or some kind of trap. But we’ve come this far … times are tough, money is […]

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