We are coming up on that time of year again. No, not the holidays â Iâm talking about tax season. Trends from the last 10 […]
If youâre a homeowner who’s retiring soon, here’s why you should consider selling now and moving to your retirement destination early.
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Years ago, qualifying for a mortgage was easy. Now, the Federal Housing Administration’s standards, such as debt requirements and acceptable credit scores, has been raised. Can first-time buyers get an FHA loan?
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If 2020 is to be the year you want to become a homeowner, here are seven New Year’s resolutions that will help you not only buy your first home, but be able to do so comfortably and happily.
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After diligently filing your income taxes, youâre greeted by a pleasant surprise: you get a refund. And where others may see a surprise windfall as […]
Some people can escape college and graduate with no debt or hardly any. I graduated with some debt, and I can proudly say that I am not ashamed of it. I worked full-time throughout college and managed to graduate with two degrees in less than three years after the time that I graduated from high […]
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Over at Girl with the Red Balloon, she announced that she just recently paid off the rest of her loans, and she’s now completely debt free! Go over there and congratulate her. I honestly can’t stop thinking about this, because I bet this is such a great feeling. I am extremely jealous, but I know […]
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You can find scholarships in many places. If you have applied for a college, then when you get your acceptance letter usually you will also get some sort of financial aid package letter also. First you need to fill out your FAFSA form at FAFSA.org. The deadline to fill this out by FAFSA is in […]
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Understanding the different types of debt can help you make smarter financial decisions. Learn the difference between good and bad debt in this blog post.