Robert Cohan
3 weeks ago

Before you apply for a mortgage it is a good idea to compare interest rates. Shopping for mortgage interest rates is not your typical shopping expedition, but some research can save you in the long run. Even the slightest shift in your loan’s interest rate impacts your monthly mortgage payment and the amount of interest
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Jesse Collins
2 years ago

With the federal tax deadline quickly approaching, 83% of Americans can expect a refund on April 15, with the average refund roughly $2,800. Perhaps you want to squirrel some away into savings or maybe you need to make a few minor improvements around the house. But if you’re feeling bold and your finances are in
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Robert Cohan
2 years ago

Renting an apartment or house has a lot of perks: you’re not responsible for most repairs and you can leave with just a few months’ notice without having to find a buyer for your home. But with the continued rising cost of rent (especially in cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles) combined with incredibly
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Jesse Collins
2 years ago

According to Statistic Brain, the average annual spending for Valentine’s Day in America totals $13.19 billion.  But how romantic can you feel when you’re stressing over money?  Keep the love alive and your finances intact with one of our 9 budgeting tips for a memorable Valentine’s Day – without breaking the bank. Valentine’s Day Budgeting Tips
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Robert Cohan
2 years ago

Whether you call it saving for a rainy day or an emergency fund, most financial experts agree that setting aside at least $1,000 is a good financial move. That way, you won’t have to worry when unexpected expenses arrive, such as car repairs, replacing a broken appliance or medical bills in addition to your other
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