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September 14, 2014

How Do I Get A Higher Credit Limit On My Card?

I have a friend that works for a large credit agency and we’ve had a handful of conversations about it. He said that it is fairly simple to do. Most people don’t even realize they have the option to request these things… Contrary to popular belief, you’ve got 100% reason and right to just call them …

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September 13, 2014

Is The Government Bumping Up Your House Value?

Here’s an “out there” thought to chew on: the federal government may be trying to coax the recession away by bumping up your house price. It would give everyone a happy feeling, possibly woo’ing them out of saving and into spending. What do you think of conspiracy theories? I think that it would make sense. My house hasn’t …

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September 12, 2014

Are You Keeping Up With the Joneses?

So I’ve written and re-written this post about 15 different times, but figure the best way is to just start at the start – What am I talking about? What is ANYONE talking about when they say “keeping up with the Joneses”. Well the all-knowing Wikipedia says: “Keeping up with the Joneses” is a popular catchphrase in many parts …

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September 11, 2014

In What Order Should You Invest and Why?

One of the biggest steps after deciding that you want to save money is deciding WHERE to put the money? There are so many options out there, and so many different people suggesting places to put it. I’ve actually lurked on dozens of sites that have their own choices on where they put their money. …

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September 10, 2014

Should I Get a Financial Advisor?

I first got into investing back in 1997 when I had a summer job that paid a few more bills than I needed to pay, in a town that had too few things worth paying for. So I opened up a ROTH IRA in the first “investment” branch I could find which was both a …

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Getting a Credit Score of 800 Isn’t as Hard as it Seems

This week, I went through the mortgage pre-qualification process. With mortgage interest rates as low as they are, it really makes sense to make the leap and buy a home, provided we can find something worth buying in the area. I was honestly a little bit surprised to discover that my middle credit score was …

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August 10, 2014

Is Your Home an Investment?

For much of the late 90s, people invested in real estate. We’re not talking about buying mortgage-backed securities here, but buying an actual home and viewing it as an investment. In addition to the family home, many people bought another home to act as a rental property. The rental income paid the mortgage, and as …

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How Can I Vacation on a Budget?

As the weather warms, many families are planning summer vacations. Although going on a luxurious trip seems like just the thing after a long winter, this may be out of reach if you haven’t budgeted for it. Let’s look at some ways to help you plan a vacation without breaking the budget. Get a Weekly …

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August 7, 2014

Did Your Parents Teach You Squat About Investing?

I am 33 years old and I have limited, but learning comprehension of how investing works. I wasn’t taught my my parents, I wasn’t taught by my school, I wasn’t taught by my friends. I came into learning about it more forced than anything else. I went backwards from the standard. I went Date–>Child–>Marry–>Child–>House–> Save/Invest. …

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August 6, 2014

Frugal Ideas For Your Food Budget

In the midst of all the big financial decisions you have to make when managing your money, there are lots of little ones you make on a daily basis as well. These can have just as much of an impact on your bottom line, which is why we’re going to look at some ways to …

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Help! I’m Upside Down on My Mortgage! What Can I Do?

By Jason Van Steenwyk The problem of negative equity – owing more on your home than your home is worth, has become a severe economic challenge. Many homeowners find themselves out of work, and if they live in an area with limited job prospects, they find themselves unable to move. This makes unemployment more severe, …

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Want To Invest In Going Green?

I’m a fan of going green especially when it saves me money! I’ve always been a big fan of making green, but lately I’ve been a big fan of slinging green. I enjoy helping out where I can, but for the most part, “being green” is associated with “spending green”. It’s not cheap (yet) to be on the cutting edge of …

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August 3, 2014

What is a 401k?

So I got to thinking yesterday in writing about changing the funds around in my 401k, that people may or may not know the reasoning and benefits of a 401k; and I may be putting the cart before the horse.  So I figured it best to start at the ground floor… Many companies offer a 401K retirement plan.  …

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August 2, 2014

How Is My Credit Score Calculated These Days?

While anyone can tell you that late payments will hurt a credit score, what most people don’t know is that there are subtleties in just how the FICO scoring formula treats one late payment from another. While most credit advice (rightfully) recommends paying on time, it takes a deeper look in to the workings of …

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