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November 28, 2014

An Introduction to Mortgage Insurance

When getting a mortgage, you often feel like you’re swimming in a sea of fees, half of which you don’t understand at all. For many buyers, especially those that are buying for the first time, mortgage insurance is one of those fees. But what exactly is it, how much will it cost, why do you …

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November 27, 2014

Debt Problems? Watch For Debt Consolidation and Credit Repair Scams

Phot Credit: Tim Nichols Credit and debt counseling organizations come in two primary varieties: Nonprofit and for-profit. The not-for-profit organizations are generally organized as tax-exempt corporations under IRC Section 501(c)(3). The for-profit organizations are, of course, trying to make a buck or two (not that there’s anything wrong with that!) These organizations will generally seek to negotiate …

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November 26, 2014

How to Make Sale Shopping Work for You

Who does not love a good bargain? Buying anything on sale is very tempting but it can also be very deceiving. You probably have experienced buying something which you thought was a great buy but when you got home ended-up hating yourself for buying it. That is sale-induced, impulsive buying madness right there. But here’s …

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Do I Need Long Term Care Insurance?

By Jason Van Steenwyk You’ve worked hard your whole life. You’ve scrimped and saved, and diligently contributed to your 401(k) plan at work, or your 403(b) plan, and you have an IRA as well, that you’ve been contributing to for years. You’re doing all the right things, and voila… at the end of your working …

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November 24, 2014

Please Quit Sending Me Phonebooks…

I’m serious; if you’ve got the time and a big truck let’s fire it up. I absolutely hate the fact that they think I want a phonebook. Did they ever ask me? No. Did I ever ask them to give me one? No. Well this is an open letter to the phonebookers of the world and some …

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November 23, 2014

Evaluating Your Auto Insurance Policy

If you pay your auto insurance bill without thinking about your coverage, it’s time to take a look at your policy and see where you could cut your costs. We’ve all heard the commercials about how switching to specific insurance companies can save you specific percentages. But you can also save just by adjusting your …

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When and How to Make Debt Consolidation Work

The claims that debt consolidation services make are often outrageous ones, giving the most extreme scenario and leading you to believe that you’ll get the same results. The truth is that consolidation is not for everyone. Although it’s a good idea to consider consolidation if you have a big chunk of debt, also look at …

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November 21, 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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The European Financial Crisis and Why Should It Concern You and Me

First, the European Union has the world’s largest economy. The 17 countries using the Euro – belonging to the Eurozone – accounts for over 75% of the EU’s GDP. Its largest trading partners are the North American and Asian regions. For the US alone, a good 20% or more of US exports goes to Europe …

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Tips for Managing Student Loan Debt

The average graduate these days has over $20,000 of student loan debt, and that’s just for an undergraduate degree. Add a masters or doctorate, and you could be nearing six figures, or in the case of medical and law degrees, well over that. This can be a discouraging fact. Having too much debt can impair …

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Is There Such a Thing as Good Debt?

Many primers on getting out of debt break your debt up into two categories: good debt and bad debt. This distinction is a very black-and-white one, though, and the categories may not be as useful as financial experts make them out to be. Few experts would argue against the case that there are types of …

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November 17, 2014

Teaching The Entreprenuerial Mindset to Your Kids

How are great entrepreneurs made? The answer is a classic nature versus nurture debate! Sure we have heard of successful, famous entrepreneurs and leaders, as well as well-known creative artists with the “CEO Disease”. People like Ted Turner, Pierre Peladeau, Abraham Lincoln, Vincent Van Gogh; even Steve Jobs was said to be diagnosed with this …

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November 16, 2014

Finding the Perfect (Priced) Gift This Year

  Remember what that few thousand now can be in 40 years!  Buying sensible gifts can really make you and the gift receiver feel much better about it; but the key is finding the RIGHT gift. Nobody wants the multicolored, penguin embroidered, flowery tie,unless the kids are the ones giving it to you. So how do I find that …

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November 15, 2014

How I’ve Paid Down Student Loan Debt

Student loan debt is a beast. In a way, it reminds me of the bosses you would encounter in side-scrolling video games back in the 80s. They’re absolutely huge, and all you can do is punch them in the face a bunch of times, and eventually they go away. My student loan debt isn’t quite …

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