If you feel like you don’t know where to go for concrete answers these days, you’re not alone. Everyone’s lives have been upended in one way or another, and the timeline for when we will be back to ‘a new normal’ is a rapidly changing situation. When “safer at home” guidelines were more or less…

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Credit report mistakes are more common than you think. Federal Trade Commission studies have found that almost 15% of consumers have an error on at least one of their credit reports. Try not to freak out if you find any mistakes; it’s very common and more than likely can be solved! There are several ways…

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Life Insurance is a Financial Lifesaver… Except When It Isn’t Obtaining life insurance can help provide your family with financial security during tough and sometimes unexpected times. Life insurance not only provides funds when a provider within a family passes but also when a stay-at-home parent has an unfortunate demise to make the remaining financial…

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Reducing Your Debt Debt can be one of the most crippling factors in your financial life. Americans owed a staggering $1 trillion in credit card debt as of 2018, and auto loan and student loan balances are around $1 trillion combined as well. These numbers do not include debt from personal loans, payday loans, or…

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If you’re applying for your first credit card, you may be wondering about all of the options. Before choosing an offer, it’s important to consider these seven credit card secrets: 1. Fixed Rates Aren’t Always Fixed Credit card companies may increase your annual interest rate under certain circumstances. It’s not always a big secret, but…

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