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5 Ways Your Credit Score Can Affect Your Life
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Some people assume they don’t need to worry about their credit score because they plan to live their lives debt-free. While it’s certainly possible to get through life without using credit, there are many “hidden”…

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Are You Emotionally Invested In Your Credit Card?
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I was listening to the Dave Ramsey show on my way to work this morning, and Dave was talking to a caller on his show that had just taken the plunge, pledged to go no further into debt and then cut up his credit cards. He was talking about how it had been extremely hard […]

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What You Need to Know About Joint Credit Cards
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If you’ve ever had a hard time getting approved for a credit card, or your goal is to be approved for a card that’s a bit out of your league, then you might want to consider a joint credit card....

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Cheer Up, You’re Not as Far Behind on Retirement Savings as You Think
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If you’re like the average American, retirement savings has you totally bummed out. The Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) reports that 27 percent of Americans are “not at all confident” about having enough money for a comfortable retirement, and only 13...

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5 Software Stocks That Analysts Love
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Software is long into its migration from CDs and disks into the cloud. But this maturing industry continues to grow ... and these software stocks should benefit.
Pay Down Your Debts Before You Apply for a Mortgage to Increase Purchasing Power
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With home prices (and interest rates) on the rise, it’s getting more and more difficult to qualify for a mortgage. One simple strategy you can employ to boost your purchasing power is to pay down existing debts. I’ve already warned prospective mortgage applicants to avoid swiping their credit cards before and during the mortgage process, [&hellip

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How Old Do You Have to Be to Get a Credit Card?
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Getting your first credit card typically indicates a sign of maturity and increased financial responsibility, but how old do you have to be to get a credit card? It’s a question that makes sense to come up for a teenager....

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EverQuote Can Help You Pay Final Expenses for as Low as $26/Mo
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Did you know funeral costs and other final expenses can cost $7 to $15K? If you’re over 50, you can get coverage for this through EverQuote for as little as $26 per month.

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10 Steps for Boomers Approaching Retirement
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The Great Recession has hit many baby boomers hard. They're dealing with depressed retirement porfolios and homes values, plus layoffs. As a result, more baby boomers are ill-prepared for retirement is. If you're a boomer who wants to retire, here are 10 steps to take to prepare for the transition.

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9 Reasons to File a Tax Return Even If You Don’t Have To (Warning: They’re Due May 17!)
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Although you might not be required to file a tax return, it might be wise to file one anyway. Here are a few reasons why.
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