Nobody wants to pay off student loans longer than they have to, yet far too many people are stuck in lengthy repayment plans that seem like theyâll never end. While income-driven repayment plans backed by the federal government ask you to pay down loans for 20 to 25 years before leading to loan forgiveness, even the âstandardâ […]
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According to the Census Bureau, almost 20 million renters allocate at least 30% of their household income towards rent, indicating that they are housing cost-burdened. This can be especially true in larger cities where the cost of living is higher. … Continue reading →
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Send your campers off for summer fun without blowing your budget. Here’s how.
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Learn when to swipe your credit card, and when to go debit all the way.
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Letâs face it. Most of us, at one point or another, have been faced with a financial emergency, or a plain, old-fashioned cash crunch. Itâs definitely not a fun spot to be in. While there are steps we can take to avoid such situations (more on that later), thatâs often the last thing on our minds when we need to come up with money â quick.
To assist, Iâve compiled the following list of money-making ideas. While some of the items included are more lucrative than others (youâll never get rich taking surveys, for example), they all share a common theme: making money fast. Ready? Letâs dive in.
And before anyone mentions it, yes we’re aware of the irony of publishing an article about making money fast at a website called Get Rich Slowly.
CIT Bank CD rates are competitive compared to other Banks’ CDs. For instance, a 6-month CIT Bank CD has a rate of 0.50%, which is way higher than the national average rate of 0.25%. How much you will earn depends on the length of the term. But one thing for sure is that the longer …
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AÂ credit cardÂ is designed to help you in an emergency, to give you options when there are none. But what happens if you have a maxed-outÂ credit cardÂ in one hand and an empty card in the other, can you use oneÂ credit cardÂ to pay off the other and, more importantly, should you? TheÂ short answerÂ is yes and… probably not. […]
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There’s nothing fun about declaring bankruptcy, but those who emerge from it can be thankful for the opportunity to rebuild their personal finances without the burden of debt. Unfortunately, bankruptcy also does damage to your credit, making it difficult to get approved for credit cards and other lines of credit. Since credit cards are a… Read More
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