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Snowball vs. Avalanche: What’s the Best Way to Tackle Debt?

The Snowball Method and the Avalanche Method are two popular approaches for paying down debt. Here are the pros and cons of each.
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Home Buying: The 20% Down Myth

If you’re saving for a home of your own, you’re likely saving up until you have 20% of your dream home’s total value. But the fact is you don’t need to put down 20%.
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Top 5 Reasons It May Be Time To Refinance Your Auto Loan

Whether you want to lower your payment or pay less interest – see when refinancing your auto loan may be a good idea.
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Is Zero-Percent Financing a Good Deal?

Dealers offer 0% financing to get you into the showroom, but find out why it may not always be the best deal.
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How to Build Up Your Credit from Scratch

If you’ve never had a credit card or loan, here are some steps for building a solid credit history.
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Why Was I Denied? Common Reasons for Being Declined for a Loan

Learn the top 5 reasons you might be denied and what you can do to improve your chances for next time.
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What Does a Federal Reserve Rate Cut Mean to Me?

Find out how the the Fed’s recent rate cuts affect rates on loans, credit cards and savings accounts.
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5 Ingredients in Your Credit Score

Learn about the key ingredients that make up your credit score and what you can do to improve it!
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The Dos and Don’ts of Credit Repair

Looking for ways to improve an unfavorable credit score? Look no further! Our handy guide will help you get on the road to improving your score.

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Student Loan Consolidation: 7 Things You Need to Know

With the average student owing $37,000 by the time they leave school (many with multiple loans!), it’s important to know the options on the best way to repay these loans.