Avoid These 7 Big Credit Mistakes

Credit is like trust; it must be earned. In order to extend credit to you, a creditor must feel confident that you will repay. Otherwise, you will pay higher interest rates to cover the risk or be denied credit altogether. The key to earning good credit is to avoid making fundamental credit mistakes like these…
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10 Tips To Increase Your Retirement Savings

Are you on track to meet your retirement goals? If not, now is the time to give your retirement account a little extra boost. Consider these 10 tips to increase your retirement savings and set you on track to a more comfortable retirement. 1. Start Early – If you don’t already have a retirement account,…
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How Much Money Will Be Spent On Father’s Day 2017?

Father’s Day will be here soon. Have you picked up anything for Dad yet? You probably will, if statistics count for anything. In 2017, spending on Father’s Day will account for an estimated $15.5 billion in sales, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF). That’s a pretty impressive number – not in the league with…
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Is A College Diploma Really Worth The Debt?

Congratulations, college graduates and soon-to-be graduates! Along with your peers who attended college but did not graduate, you have accumulated $1.44 trillion in outstanding student loan debt according to the Federal Reserve. That is the largest category of non-mortgage household debt, surpassing auto loan and credit card debt. Consider the information provided by Adam Carroll,…
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