The five steps to the home buying process, explaining the different parties, fees, and other surprising things that pop up when trying to buy your first house.
If you're not using these apps to save and build money then you're leaving cash on the table.
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Hint: Change your name, address, and phone number, don't give any to ANYONE and pray you don't get bankrupt, sued, or murdered.
Only 8% of us actually stick to our New Year’s resolutions. Tackle the behaviors holding you back with these 4 tricks that will jumpstart your finances in 2016.
To say investing is daunting would be a huge understatement. Jumpstart your portfolio with these 9 investment terms.
And you thought sticking to your own budget was tough.
Now that you've graduated, the real cost of college becomes unfortunately more clear. Understand the basics and you won't feel as overwhelmed.
Take control of your personal economy.
Moving to a big city often seems like step 1 to achieving your dreams – but are you sure that's what you really want?
You may not be in a place to put away a ton of money, but it's never too early to start thinking about where you'll start.
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Growing up we hear a lot about the importance of investing in the stock market, but unless you were a finance major or took some electives, no one ever teaches us anything about it.
We've heard all our lives that we need to save. But what does that actually mean, and what if the cash flow is limited?
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Don't just blow your tax refund on some Blu-rays or let it sit idle in your checking account again. Treat it like more than free money, this year spend it deliberately.
When you finally start pulling in some money, investing in your retirement may seem like the last thing you want to put it towards. Having a lot of confusing choices like 401(k), Traditional IRA, 403... [more]
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Sure you've heard the term tossed around a lot lately, but do you know what it means? Or better yet, who's behind this whole mess? You may never be rich enough to invest in a hedge fund - most ... [more]
If you haven't been using the internet to enhance your finances, then you're about as up to date as Friendster. We may not make you the next social media mogul, but these hacks will start making you... [more]
Your credit score is powerful, but it doesn't need to be a mysterious, elusive beast. Recently the rules have changed but the game is the same. Get a grip on the new info, or understand your score ... [more]
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