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    Buying health insurance online
    Buying your own health insurance can be intimidating. If you can't buy health insurance through your job, then you’ll have to buy individual health insurance. A great place to start your search is online. Tips...Read More
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    5 tips to save money every day
    Let’s assume that you are already having money for your tax-assisted savings plan (like a 401(k)) deducted from your paycheck. What else can you do to increase your savings? Here are five ways to save...Read More
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    7 smart insurance strategies
    Insurance is kind of a lose-win, win-lose situation. You pay your premiums every term, and, generally, you don’t see a dime unless something terrible happens. You get sick, you crash your car, your house...Read More
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    Credit Repair - Borrowing Tips for Young Singles
    As a young single person, you are now making it on your own. However, if you have already made some financial mistakes, you may be in need of credit repair. Following a few simple tips can help get your...Read More
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    Which is more important: Credit score or GPA?
    As a young person starting your career and financial life, there are two numbers that are critical to your success: Your grade point average, or GPA, and your credit score. Both can help or hinder you...Read More
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    Eliminate debt during your empty nest years
    Being an empty nester can make you feel like a newlywed again. You get to enjoy your home and your spouse while your kids are living independently. You probably see retirement on your radar screen. This...Read More
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    Young families, start managing your credit early
    As your family grows, your tactics for managing your credit will probably change. Read on for some tips that you can use to manage your credit while your family is young. Prioritize your debt You...Read More
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    Smart debt vs. dumb debt
    One of the most critical elements of learning to manage your finances is knowing the different between smart debt and dumb debt. Dumb debt This is the kind of debt you rack up from making impulsive purchases...Read More
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    Getting out of debt while you're in college
    Going into debt while you’re in college is frighteningly easy. With the demands of your classes and a new social life, you might find that swiping that credit card is the easiest way to get the things...Read More