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The new year seems to bring goals and changes for lots of people. Is this the year you change the vehicle you are driving? If Trusty Rusty is on his last legs you may need to spring for a new vehicle or buy a pre-owned one?
If you recently graduated from college, there’s a good chance you are carrying student loan debt. Sources report that 60% of grads leave school owing on student loans.
With the average debt per student being $37,172 as of 2016, it’s also quite likely you may be having trouble making payments. If that’s your situation, make sure you are aware of the options available for getting relief.Read More »
If you’ve recently been rejected from a credit application of any kind, you may be looking at a poor credit score for any number of reasons. You may have been late with your credit card payments, have an outstanding judgment against you or have even been defrauded or victimized by identity theft.Read More »
Retiring early is the dream. You get to spend more time with your family and enjoy your hobbies while you’re healthy enough to do so. You can say goodbye to the workday world and begin your permanent vacation.
Maybe it’s less of a dream and more of a necessity. Maybe health problems, like chronic pain or arthritis, are forcing you to consider giving up your career before age 65. Perhaps your children need you to help with caring for your grandchildren.Read More »
The holiday season is supposed to be a time for relaxing and celebrating with friends and family. Sorry to be a Grinch, but the most wonderful time of the year can also prove hazardous to your health and safety. As temperatures drop and holiday activities pick up speed be sure to keep your family and property as safe as possible. Here’s what to keep in mind.Read More »
You’ve made your gift list and checked it twice. But, now you have to pay for all this stuff! What's the best way to get through this expensive season?
Relax! You can keep your budget and your sanity, too! You can do it without having to dip into your savings or rack up a high-interest credit card bill that you'll be paying off well into 2019. Instead, learn about your choices so you can spend responsibly and keep your holiday cheer all through the season.Read More »
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