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Student Money: Finding the Best Bank Accounts and Credit Cards
Published on 12/20/2020

Many students will leave home for college with little direct experience of managing their own money. Which financial accounts may a student need to take care of their finances? How should they choose bank accounts and credit cards?

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How to Reduce Debt: Useful Suggestions to Cut Down Living on Credit
Published on 12/20/2020

These days, reducing debt has become a priority for many families, especially those living on a low income. There are many budgeting methods to achieve that. But it all boils down to one thing: discipline.

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How to Reduce Financial Debt: Debt Reduction Strategies for Personal Money Management
Published on 12/20/2020

Personal debt becomes a financial drain with high interest rates and monthly payments that destroy a person's cash flow. Reducing one's debt becomes much more difficult when there is no money left over (after paying bills) for today's purchases. People turn to credit cards when the cash runs out, which only continues the vicious cycle.

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Money Making Ideas for Families: Useful Tips to Earn Extra Cash
Published on 12/20/2020

The current financial crises have left many families struggling to make ends meet. Many people have even been made redundant. The need to make more money becomes more pressing. Here are some money making ideas that may work for many families.

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How Does Unsecured Debt Settlement Help? A Viable Bankruptcy Alternative
Published on 12/20/2020

If you are looking for a bankruptcy alternative, it is worth considering unsecured debt settlement. It is amongst the most effective strategies to save money for those who are over-burdened with debt. It not only helps reduce the principal (amount owed), but it also improves affordability.

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How to Repair a Credit Report: Tips to Raise Your Score Now
Published on 12/20/2020

Good credit is needed for many things - from purchasing a home or vehicle to receiving a low interest rate on different types of loans. Those without a good credit score can really suffer when it comes time to make large purchases. Unfortunately, many people suffer with a low credit score and aren't sure how to change it. The information in this article will show individuals how to raise credit score, how to repair credit report, and how to maintain that good or excellent credit score.

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Save Money by Reducing Monthly Expenses
Published on 12/20/2020

Anyone can cut back on spending to save money for an emergency fund or savings account. It’s critical to work on reducing one’s debt by cutting spending on a regular basis. Once a person has enough savings to cover his living expenses for six months, he has stability to afford extra luxuries.

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Debt Management Tips
Published on 12/20/2020

Getting out of debt is much harder than getting into it. Getting rid of loan and credit card debt requires sacrifice and consistent effort. This article will give a few tips on how this can be done.

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Using the New First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit: Do you Qualify for New Credit? Should you Take it if you Do?
Published on 12/20/2020

The government's new first-time homebuyer tax credit was included in the Housing and Economic Recovery Act - better known to most taxpayers as the $700 billion bailout passed by Congress late last year. The goal of the tax credit is simple: government officials hope it boosts the flagging housing industry by encouraging people who are otherwise uncertain to make the investment of purchasing a home.

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How to Set Up an Emergency Fund
Published on 12/20/2020

People experience natural disasters, unexpected job losses, and costly medical bills. When someone experiencing a financial emergency has an emergency fund set up, he is more likely to get through the crisis without going into debt.

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Should I Refinance My Mortgage? Mortgage Refinancing Tips
Published on 12/20/2020

When interest rates have dropped and the end of the mortgage term arrives, many homeowners ask themselves, "Should I refinance my mortgage now?" The answer is never simple. Many variables must be considered, including mortgage refinancing fees, credit history, the amortization period of the loan, other personal debts, and other financial investment opportunities.

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The Benefits of Working at Home in the Recession
Published on 12/20/2020

Some people can make a career out of the work at home opportunities they find, while others work to meet the increasing cost of bills. Home working can be notoriously hard to get right and requires a serious amount of dedication and commitment, but when the right idea is found it can be very fulfilling and sometimes lucrative.