Inside The New ACA Website

The newest version of Healthcare.gov, the website used to sign up for health insurance coverage on the federal exchange, is now open for business. The open enrollment period for 2016 began on Sunday, November 1st and will run until January 31st, 2016 — although if you want your coverage to begin on January 1st, the…
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4 Disturbing Credit Card Stats

Credit cards offer an easy way to tide you over until your next paycheck comes, but that easy money comes at a hefty price. Interest rates vary anywhere from zero percent promotional introductory rates to 29.99% or even more in some cases. With interest rates this high, it is easy to see why horrifying statistics…
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4 Ways To Throw A $19.99 Holiday Party

MoneyTips You want to throw a holiday party but simply cannot afford to spend big bucks in the process. The holidays are full of expenses already without dropping hundreds or even thousands of dollars on festivities. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to cut down on holiday party costs and still create a great atmosphere.…
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5 Considerations To Improve Your Investments

MoneyTips The end of a year is a time to assess what happened over the past 12 months and look forward to the promise of new opportunities. That is true with most aspects of life, and your financial portfolio should be no exception. Give your holdings a year-end review and consider these strategies as you…
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7 Ways To Avoid A New Year’s Credit Hangover

MoneyTips The holiday season and New Year’s Eve are known for excesses, and for the subsequent regrets. We cannot help you with the traditional form of holiday hangover, but we can help you avoid the “credit hangover” caused from excessive holiday spending. With some forethought and willpower, you can make it through the holidays unscathed…
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