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Adulting Responsively: Steps to Handling Money for Young Adults

  As you graduate from college and begin life on your own as a working professional, you’ll quickly learn that life can be pretty challenging to manage. Rent, car notes, gas and groceries are important enough to set aside money for. Sure, it’d be nice to blow...

4 Ways Which Debt Consolidation Lowers Your Monthly Loan

Debts come off as a necessary evil because, though you may not wish to have a loan, sometimes your situation demands otherwise. Unfortunately, applying for a loan is simple but paying it off is an overly difficult thing to do. So, what do you do when you have a few or several...
Posted On 17 Nov 2016

The Pros and Cons of Co-Borrowing a Home Loan

Buying a home can be a very complex and difficult process, and especially so if you are intending to take a home loan. It can be very difficult for applicants to persuade the bank to sanction a loan of the required amount.Often, the amount approved falls short of the required...
Posted On 16 Nov 2016

Step onUp and Rethink Your Holiday Generosity! Consider Gifts From The Heart!

The holidays may be the most wonderful time of the year, but they also can be the most stressful. I love the holidays because people are in the giving spirit and more family oriented. With that said, a lot of the stress comes from overspending. For some reason, the holidays have...
Posted On 09 Nov 2016

Best 5 Investments You Should Make After Age 25

Once you reach the age of 25, it is important to begin thinking about your financial future. When looking to plan it all out, it will be important to invest your money so that you will be in position to establish financial security. Fortunately, for many people, there are plenty...

What You Should Look Out For When Buying a Car for Family Use

If you are looking to start a family for the first time or even buying a new car to accommodate your growing family, purchasing a family car needs very careful consideration. Even with a multitude of options now available from various manufacturers, the evaluation can be somewhat...
Posted On 19 Oct 2016

How Your Money Can Work For You When You Have A Capital One 360 Money Market Account!

Thank you Capital One for sponsoring this post! This is a paid endorsement. All opinions are my own and were not directed by Capital One.  We all work hard for our money and definitely hate the idea of wasting money. With that said it’s time to put your money to work for...
Posted On 13 Sep 2016

3 Effective Ways to Invest in Your Future

By this point in your life you have probably been working for several years and realize that nothing comes as easy as they make it look in the movies. You go to work every day and even though you have slowly been progressing in your job in terms of additional responsibilities and...
Posted On 17 Aug 2016

3 Reasons It’s Important To Know Your FICO Credit Scores: Get The Facts!

This post is sponsored by MyFICO.com, but all opinions are my own. Please see below for additional disclosure. We learn a lot of things in school but I’ve always said one major thing we’re missing in our education system is how to properly maintain finances and...
Posted On 06 Jun 2016

Best Finance Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

Depending on where you live, buying a home can actually be less expensive than renting a home or apartment. However, there are many financial issues you need to consider before you decide to actually make that purchase. What are some good financial tips for those looking to buy...

What All Newlywed Couples Should Know before Jumping into a Mortgage

Getting married is a significant event in any person’s life, and getting a mortgage may be just as, if not more, significant in the short-term. If you and your new spouse are thinking about buying a home together, there are few things you should know before applying for financing...

3 Tips For Choosing The Right Loan

Taking out a loan and willingly going into debt can be one of the most intimidating financial choices you make. However, going into debt isn’t necessarily a bad choice. Showing that you can take out and repay a loan over time is a great way to build your credit, while taking out...
Posted On 01 Apr 2016