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Liya Swift

Author: Liya Swift

Liya is a financial educator with a background in SEO focused content writing. She has been doing copy writing and blog creation for finance companies for over 5 years.

Thanksgiving. How to Save Money!

Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks, and saving money is always a great reason to thank your lucky stars. Here are a few of the best ways to ensure you save money this November while missing out on none of the beautiful festivities. Thanksgiving Potluck If you know people are coming, give them the ...

Halloween. How to Save Money!

Savings during the holiday season is always a great thing, especially if you can save without losing out on any of the holiday fun. Here are some great ways to save money this Halloween while creating countless priceless memories for your family and friends. The Costumes The thrift store should be your best friend here! ...

Shopping for an Auto Loan: What You Should Know

If you get nervous when shopping for a car or auto loan, you’re not alone. Many people want to get the best deal when purchasing a vehicle, but don’t know how to negotiate or get preferred rates with auto loans. Learn everything you need to know about shopping for auto loans so you can buy ...

How to Compare Credit Cards

Before you open those credit cards from a direct mail offer or website ad, compare what else is out there. Taking the step to compare credit card offers can help you get a card that’s right for your needs, has a competitive interest rate, and which offers the kinds of rewards you want — without ...

What You Need to Know About FAFSA

You’re applying for college and want help from the government paying those tuition bills? Then you need to complete the FAFSA. Here’s your guide to filling out the FAFSA. Starting with understanding what the acronym stands for and updates on what has changed this year. What is FAFSA? FAFSA is the acronym for “Free Application ...

The Four Cornerstones of Financial Planning Explained

If you’re a young adult, financial planning probably sounds like something your parents need to worry about, not you. In reality, it’s never too early to start planning for the future you want to have. Explore the four cornerstones of financial planning—investments, insurance, taxes, and estate planning—to understand how to move from wherever you are ...

Handling Unexpected Repairs: Stay in the Driver’s Seat of Life

Have you ever needed emergency cash for unexpected maintenance for your car, your home appliances or computer? Chances are that, even ifyou do, you may still find yourself in need of a repair loan. At least when the need for unexpected repairs arises. Getting those big ticket items fixed is often essential to ensure our ...