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Best Year-end Tax Savings Strategies

It’s close to the end of the year, with the holidays practically upon us, and before we know it we will be ringing in New Year 2020. The next few weeks go by very quickly as we busy ourselves with gift-giving, parties, and end-of-year functions. However, if one of...

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Budgeting For a Child

The arrival of a new baby is exciting and will bring about many changes to both your life and lifestyle. There will be both newfound appreciation and adjustments to be made when you welcome a new baby. Of course, there will be expenses which you did not have,...

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Mortgage Down Payments: Is Larger Always Better?

  When buying a home the vast majority of Americans will make a down payment to cover a portion of the purchase price. That initial payment plays a crucial role in loan approval and will affect the cost of the loan for its’ duration. For this reason, it is...

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The Worst Type of Debt, Ranked

In the world of finance, a simple, but often overlooked fact is that not all debt is created equal. What does this mean? Simply put, it means that there is debt and there is really bad debt. While it’s not always possible to be 100% debt-free, you should always strive...

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How to Determine if You Have Too Much Debt

In the first quarter of 2019, total consumer debt hit $14 Trillion in the U.S., marking the 18th consecutive quarter for an increase. The primary areas of debt that continue to experience consistent growth are home, auto, student loans, and credit cards. These figures...

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How to Build Your Wealth

Want to be rich? Then you need to learn how to build wealth by making your money work for you. When you become an investor, you seek to acquire things that offer the potential for profitable returns. Whether it be stocks and bonds, retirement accounts, or mutual...

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Six Ways You Can Improve Your Credit Right Now

Personal debt - specifically credit card debt - has reached epidemic-like levels in America. Balances are at all-time highs, with Americans carrying $682 billion in credit card debt that is not paid in full each month. This includes both people paying interest and...

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