A judgment is an order issued by a court of law. When you borrow money, you are legally required to repay the debt. This includes opening a credit card account, getting a line of credit from your bank and obtaining financing for a big purchase. You can also become indebted to service providers. This can… Read More
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According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), raising a child to the age of 18 sets families back an average of $233,610, and thatâs for each child. This figure doesnât even include the cost of college, which is growing faster than inflation. CollegeBoard data found that for the 2019-2020 school year, the average in-state, […]
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Are you new to investing? Not sure where to start? Investing for beginners can be overwhelming. There are so many moving parts. With that said, we hope the process we’ll show you today will make it easier for you to get started. What follows are ten steps you can take to become a successful investor…. Read More
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10 million workers are self-employed in the country. Being a self-employed worker can be liberating, but it also means youâre your own HR department, too. One of the biggest challenges youâll face is finding affordable insurance options. With a traditional employer, you had a limited array of […]
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An umbrella insurance policy is defined as an additional level of liability insurance coverage that exceeds the limit of the insuredâs house, car or watercraft. Umbrella insurance adds an extra layer of security to people who find themselves at risk of being sued for damages caused to others in an accident or damages done to… Read More
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Every time thereâs a large credit card breach, youâll hear some expert say risks for consumers are low, because itâs easy to cancel a credit or debit card and get a new one. Not so fast. If fraud appears on your bill, but you donât notice it, youâll pay for it. More important, changing account… Read More
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A wholly-owned subsidiary of PulteGroup since 1972, the third-largest homebuilder in America, Pulte Mortgage gives customers a financing option that differs from those of banks and online lenders. As an imprint of the larger conglomerate, Pulte Mortgage leverages construction experience and a personal touch to take borrowers through the home purchase process, helping them understand […]
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While I love making healthy recipes, I often get messages from people who think that eating healthy is expensive.â¯To some degree, I can agree with that because in my family of four I can spend overâ¯$300a week at the grocery store. Itâs important to me to share nutritious and delicious recipes, but I also understand that affordable recipes are just as important so that budget canât be an excuse to have a fast food diet and skip healthy eating.
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Change has to start somewhere, and for many people that change is easier to make if the starting point has some meaning. It can be a birthday, an anniversary, or any other date with some symbolic weight. Most commonly, people…
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