Day: November 20, 2020

Good Debt vs. Bad Debt

November 20, 2020

Good Debt vs. Bad Debt   You can try to avoid debt all you want, but it’s unavoidable.   Whether it’s taking a mortgage to buy a house, a student loan to pay for college, or a personal loan to cover medical expenses, you can go into debt for any reason.   However, it isn’t […]

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Tips To Save For Short-, Mid-, and Long-Term Financial Goals

November 20, 2020

Tips To Save For Short-, Mid-, and Long-Term Financial Goals   Do you consider yourself “financially responsible?”   Are you mindful of how you use your money and where it goes?   If not, creating financial goals may be able to help.    Goals of any kind can keep you motivated as you take steps […]

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How To Choose A Credit Card

November 20, 2020

How To Choose A Credit Card   So you want to get a credit card.    You’re in luck because you have more options to choose from than ever before. There’s a credit card for everyone, regardless of your credit history.    While variety is good, it can also make choosing the right credit card […]

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Common Mistakes Credit Card Users Make During The Holidays

November 20, 2020

Avoid These Common Mistakes Credit Card Users Make During The Holidays   How much do you plan on spending this holiday season? If this year was particularly financially difficult, it might not be as much as before.    But according to the National Retail Federation’s Holiday and Seasonal Trends report, the average consumer will spend […]

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