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First-Time Homebuyer Tips You Don’t Want to Miss

You have just made a really big decision. The decision to stop renting from someone else and buy your own home. Buying your first home is not only a big life decision it is a big financial decision. It will change the way you spend money and your priorities within your budget. But it’s also ...

Your Educational Guide On How to Pay for College

So you’re thinking about going to school – or going BACK to school – or helping someone you love to go to school. Whether it’s you, your partner, or one of your kids, it’s always exciting to think about the possibilities of post-secondary education. Sometimes that means living on campus and taking on the full ...

How Much Do Lawyers Make Based on Type of Practice?

If you are an average, middle-class person, thinking about becoming a lawyer, be prepared to study hard, go longer to school (a four-year university and then a two-year law school), go deeply into debt, have to pass a difficult Bar Exam to get a license, and hear bad lawyer jokes for the rest of your ...
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The Top Places to Shop for a Mortgage Loan

You want to buy a house and you know it is going to cost a large amount. That might be all that you know about buying a house for the first time. There is much more to it and you should understand more of the details. In order to get the best deal that you ...
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A Business Loan Terms and Definitions Handy Guide

You might have come into contact with certain loan terms. That is if you ever tried obtaining an auto loan, student loan or a mortgage. But when you business loan shop, you need to understand business loan terms and definitions. Because this type of loan includes a lot of specialized languages, this is our topic ...
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Various Types of Student Loans: Borrow Smarter

It isn’t easy to pay for a college education. The average price of one year at a public university, including tuition, fees, room, and board at the in-state rate is almost $21,000. The private school rate is almost $47,000. That can exhaust 529 plan savings pretty quickly. That’s why so many college students and their parents take ...
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The Best Places to Shop for a Car Loan

It’s time to shop for a car loan, but how do you make sure you get the best deal? If you have bad credit or limited income, you may wonder if any lender will even consider your application without laughing you out of the dealership. For starters, the secret is not to limit yourself to ...
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Debt Consolidation Truths and Myths Revealed

Debt consolidation is one of the ways you can tackle your debt. Debt consolidation helps simplify your payments by rolling your multiple bills into one payment and it can often lower your interest rate and help you get out of debt faster. However, if you want debt consolidation to work then you need to know ...
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How to Find Your Student Loan Servicer: Smart Tips

Student loan or campus loan repayments can be confusing. You know you have to make the payment. But where do you send the payment and where do you find your student loans? You won’t necessarily be paying the same entity that lent you money. Your student loan servicer and lender could be different so there are some ...
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How to Repay Your Student Loan On-Time, Every Time

Congratulations on your college degree! You worked hard and you deserve it. But guess what? College wasn’t free. Even if you worked your way through your 529 savings, won a few small scholarships and participated in a work-study program, you might have had to take out a loan to bridge the gap. National student debt ...