College Grads: How To Boost Your Retirement Savings Right Now

Even though retiring is the furthest thing from the minds of most twenty-somethings, you need to invest sooner, rather than later for one reason – you have an advantage over everyone else: time. Time to let your money grow exponentially. There is a reason Albert Einstein is credited with calling compound interest “the 8th wonder…
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Why You Should Read Your Credit Report

When you apply for credit, your potential creditor must assess the odds that they will get their cash back if they lend you money. Your credit report, which contains your credit history, gives that creditor some objective evidence to see how well you have handled debts in the past. If you were lending money to…
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4 Common VA Loan Myths Busted

Home sellers and their agents may be limiting their potential base of buyers by ignoring a growing pool of them. Inside Mortgage Finance recently noted that loans acquired through the Veterans Affairs (VA) Department are rapidly increasing, reaching a holding level of one-quarter of primary insured home loans. This tops the number of loans backed…
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Infographic: Countries With The Largest Military Budgets

President Trump announced his budget for America this week, including $639 billion in military spending. How does this compare to other countries and earlier budgets? If you’re having trouble making your budget balance, see if you can lower your interest payments through a personal loan. This article was provided by our partners at moneytips.com. To…
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The Advantages Of VA Loans

Veteran’s Administration (VA) loans are invaluable for homebuyers. Their advantages include little or no money down, qualifying with a lower credit score, competitive interest rates, potentially lower closing and auxiliary costs, and no private mortgage insurance requirements. VA loans are administered through approved lending institutions, and backed through an entitlement of up to $36,000. This…
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