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Understanding Mortgages: Commonly Used Terms (Part 2)

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Understanding Mortgages: Commonly Used Terms (Part 2)

When you plan to buy a home, you will have to go through a very intricate process. In fact, this may be the biggest transaction you will ever make. That is why it is necessary that you...

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Understanding Mortgages: Commonly Used Terms

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Understanding Mortgages: Commonly Used Terms

When you plan to buy a home, you will have to go through a very intricate process. In fact, this may be the biggest transaction you will ever do. That is why it is necessary that you understand...

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How to Properly Manage Credit and Debt?

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How to Properly Manage Credit and Debt?

Both credit and debt are directly related to each other. That’s why the amount of debt you owe and the way you manage it and make payments have implications to your credit score. It is...

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Monthly Savings: How Much to Keep? (Part 2)

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Monthly Savings: How Much to Keep? (Part 2)

The definite answer to the above question greatly depends on the amount of how much you can save. Everyone meets at different income every month; everyone has also various financial...

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Questions to Ask Yourself Before Getting a Loan

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Questions to Ask Yourself Before Getting a Loan

Every time you borrow money you should cautiously think if it is the right decision to make. Borrowing money means pledging to pay the amount back within a given period of time. You should take...

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Monthly Savings: How Much to Keep?

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Monthly Savings: How Much to Keep?

The definite answer to the above question greatly depends on the amount of how much you can save. Everyone meets at different income every month; everyone has also various financial...

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Secured Loan: Is it Worth a Try?

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Secured Loan: Is it Worth a Try?

A secured loan is a loan that comes with a collateral. The collateral serves as a security for the repayment of the loan once you miss payments or nonpayment on the loan, the collateral will be...

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How to Properly Deal With “No Savings”?

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How to Properly Deal With “No Savings”?

Saving money regularly is an important habit to learn. Savings will help you in times when unexpected financial events show up in your finances; it will aid you when you suddenly lose your job....

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Financial Errors College Students Should Avoid

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Financial Errors College Students Should Avoid

Getting into college means getting prepared to face and handle the future. A lot of students nowadays do not think of how much their financial decisions in the present times can impact their...

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