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U.S. Money Reserve Offers Insight On U.S. Debt Issue

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U.S. Money Reserve Offers Insight On U.S. Debt Issue

It is a fact now that the United States has a massive debt. This matter comes out more clearly during national campaigns as politicians give lengthy speeches on how they will address the debt issue. They talk of cutting down its size and, at the same time, reducing the chances […]

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How To Make a Comeback From Bad Credit And Debt

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If you’re looking for a new credit card, you may find your options are slim if you have less than favorable credit.  Often it can come as a total shock if you had no idea that you even had bad credit.  In other cases, people choose to ignore their bad […]

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Finances and Marriage: Managing Debt

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Finances and Marriage: Managing Debt

Managing debt can be challenging, and many Americans find themselves thousands of dollars in debt at the time of their marriage. Subsequently, many newlyweds inherit the responsibility of helping each other pay off any debt they both may have. Without proper planning, helping a spouse pay off debt can become […]

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5 ideas to avoid short-term borrowing

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5 ideas to avoid short-term borrowing

In the modern world, borrowing money, whether it’s a mortgage to buy a house or simply using a credit card to shop for groceries, has become a part of everyday life. In recent years, there has been an explosion of short-term lenders offering payday loans to those who need extra […]

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Judge Orders Debt Relief for Some Students

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A federal judge has ordered that the Department of Education immediately begin to comply with an Obama-era rule that grants automatic loan forgiveness to defrauded students who attended schools that were closed while they were enrolled. Judge Randolph Moss denied a request from a group that represents for-profit colleges to postpone the […]

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3 Ideas To Help You Get Out Of Debt Quickly

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If you have a lot of debt haunting you, it can seem like your options for getting out from under this burden are very limited. While you might be contemplating bankruptcy, there are others options you can explore before you decide to take this route. So if you’re determined to […]

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How Newly Weds Can Get Over Debt

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True love is priceless. But the wedding can carry a hefty price tag. According to a 2016 survey that polled 13,000 recently married couples, the average cost of a wedding was over $35,000, excluding the honeymoon! Common reasons cited for the matrimony splurge were increasingly personalized events and creating the […]

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4 Most Common Ways People Waste Their Money

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Money is one of those things that can’t guarantee your happiness, but it can sure make things a lot easier if you know how to use it as a tool.  Money can open a broad range of possibilities that can broaden and enrichen your human experience.  You don’t even have […]

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Clever Credit – 5 Actionable Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

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Clever Credit – 5 Actionable Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

Having a bad credit score can have a severe negative impact on your financial future, making it difficult to get approval for a mortgage or even a credit card. If you aren’t about to get an A+ rating, don’t despair. We have put together five steps that you can implement […]

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Finding Your Way Out: 5 Ways to Get Rid of Debt

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When you spread out your bills and tally up your balances, do you feel intimidated by what you have to pay off? Getting out of a debt is a top-five goal for a lot of us, and with discipline, it can be done. In addition to creating a budget to […]

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