Day: November 2, 2020

How To Have Financial Leverage When Signing A Lease

November 2, 2020

How To Have Financial Leverage When Signing A Lease When you rent an apartment, you attain the flexibility to move anytime and still get suitable rent rates for your budget. It also allows you to have a place you can call your “home” until such time you will be able to save enough money to […]

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3 Smart Ways To Attain Debt Freedom Even With Credit Cards

November 2, 2020

3 Smart Ways To Attain Debt Freedom Even With Credit Cards   It is pretty certain that you have heard the advice that if you don’t want debt, you have to avoid credit cards at all costs. However, such a notion is a misconception. When you can manage your credit card pretty well, you will […]

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7 Tips to Save Money on Thanksgiving

November 2, 2020

The pandemic will not stop Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, a short budget would. Make sure you plan well for this year’s Thanksgiving by following the tips below on how to save money and get better items for your big feast this year. 1. Plan early. How many people are coming? What do you want to serve? Do […]

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What We Know About The Future Of Unemployment Benefits

November 2, 2020

In early August, President Trump approved an executive action that directed funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to support out-of-work Americans after the supplemental payments provided by the CARES Act expired. While far from the $600 recipients originally received, the move extended an additional $300 per week to qualifying recipients. However, the deadline […]

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How To Apply For A Personal Loan

November 2, 2020

Personal loans are a great way to cover a big-ticket purchase or unexpected expense. If you have good credit, you may even receive a lower interest rate versus using a credit card. Applying for a personal loan is as simple as opening a bank account. Here’s how to do it. Check Your Credit Score The […]

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How To Apply For A Home Equity Line of Credit

November 2, 2020

What is a home equity line of credit? A home equity line of credit, or HELOC, is a second mortgage that gives you access to cash based on the value of your home. You can draw from a home equity line of credit and repay all or some of it monthly, somewhat like a credit […]

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Consolidating Your Debt With A Personal Loan Vs. A Balance Transfer Card

November 2, 2020

Debt consolidation is a management strategy that combines all of your outstanding payments into one bill. Personal loans and balance transfer credit cards are the two most common ways to consolidate debt. Each suits various situations and needs differently, so Marcus.com breaks these two methods down so you can better understand them and pick the […]

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Best Bank Bonuses For November 2020, Pt. 2

November 2, 2020

Many banks are offering generous rewards for new customers who open an account with them throughout November. Depending on the financial institution, the bonus, and your financial situation, you can see anything from $100 to $500 (or more!) when you qualify. Rewards like these are a great way to start the new year off on […]

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6 Ways To Maximize Your Rewards Credit Card

November 2, 2020

Credit cards can be versatile tools that help you build credit and raise your buying power while offering a range of benefits. Many cardholders only use them for bills or unexpected expenses, but doing so prevents them from taking full advantage of their card. If you already have a credit card (or a few!) or […]

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