The financial camps are divided between paying off your smallest first vs. your highest interest student loan. So whoâs right? Finance people can agree on a few things. Some debts like payday loans and IRS back taxes are worse than…
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The Chase Freedom Flex and Chase Freedom Unlimited cards share similar names, so you may wonder if their rewards structures are the same, too. While there’s plenty of overlap, each card has unique advantages.
Itâs time for a new mortgage match-up. Since paying down the mortgage early seems to be so en vogue these days, it makes sense to compare â20-year mortgages vs. 30-year mortgages.â The most common type of mortgage is the 30-year fixed. It amortizes over 30-years and the mortgage rate never changes during that time. Each [&hellip
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Here are the six best ways to deal with tandem parking.
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Mr. Market is a manic-depressive investor. And if you pay attention, you’ll realize that the *real* stock market acts just like him.
In borrowing, there are two types of debts, recourse and nonrecourse. Recourse debt holds the person borrowing money personally liable for the debt. If you default on a recourse loan, the lender will have license, or recourse, to go after … Continue reading →
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Your grocery bill can add up fast. From dinner entrÃ©es to snacks, the amount you spend directly affects your other financial goals. Luckily, there are some guidelines to ensure youâre not overspending.Â Use the grocery calculator below to estimate your…
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A corporate credit card may be on your radar if your company earns tens of millions of dollars in revenue annually. Before deciding which one is best for your company or organization, consider the following factors.
In a recession itâs common for many people to rely on credit cards and loans to balance their finances. Itâs the ultimate catch-22 since, during a recession, these financial products can be even harder to qualify for. This holds true, according to historical data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. It found that […]
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