Got Money Back After Doing Taxes?

You’ve hopefully filed your taxes by now. Maybe you had to pay more, but maybe you’re getting a refund! If so, do you know what you’re going to do with it? While it might be fun to spend it all on a treat, how about putting some of it toward something more beneficial in the long run?

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Managing Your Money in College

We know college is a huge expense, especially if you don’t get a lot of scholarships or grants. The average yearly tuition can be anywhere from around $10,000 to $25,000, and that’s just for a public four-year college. Getting financial aid can be a huge help and students should focus their efforts there. However, they shouldn’t forget they will still need to manage their money well in order to not go into more debt than necessary!

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Before You Buy A House

Owning a house is part of the American Dream for many. But first-time home-buyers might not know everything they need to have ready. The process can get pretty overwhelming if you don’t know what to expect and find yourself unprepared! If you’re thinking about buying a home soon, here are some ideas on how to start.

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Start The New Year Off Right

Are you ready for the New Year? There isn’t much more time until 2019 is here! What are your New Year’s resolutions? Maybe you’ve got at least one that has to do with you money situation. If so, here are some ideas on how to start yourself off right and make 2019 your best financial year yet.

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What Are Personal Loans?

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by all the loans you have to pay off? Maybe you just wish you had enough extra money so you can finally afford that vacation you’ve been saving up for. You could be planning on renovating your home, or thinking about the dream wedding you’ve always wished for. Maybe an unexpected and unavoidable expense came up, like a trip to the hospital. No matter what the occasion, a personal loan could be the help you’re looking for.

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Buying a Car Like a Pro Part 2: At the Dealership

Buying a car can be an exciting experience. It can also be daunting and expensive, especially if you’ve never bought a car before or have limited experience with car buying and dealerships. That’s why we’ve put together this helpful list of tips you should have ready to go when you walk onto the car dealer’s lot. Now that you have everything ready to with your credit score, financing, and budget, you’re ready to buy your car.

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Car Buying Like a Pro Part 1: Before You Go to the Dealership

Buying a car can be an exciting experience. It can also be daunting and expensive, especially if you’ve never bought a car before or have limited experience with car buying and dealerships. With the information in this post, you’ll be able to walk out with a great car at a great price once you understand these terms and ideas.

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Funding Baby: Financial Tips to Make Things Easier for New Parents

So you’re expecting a baby, or maybe you just had your first. Your bundle of joy is a wonderful addition to your family, but you might not realize just how much money new babies can cost. We want to help take some of that financial worry off your mind by offering some easy and useful tips that will make paying for baby significantly easier.

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