Browsing: Personal Finance

Senior Discounts and How to Get Them
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A senior discount is a lower price presented to individuals who have reached a specific mature age, and are known as senior citizens. The age of suitability for discounts relies on who is creating the offer. Discounts for seniors may begin at any age after 50 years old but a few institutions supply unique prices…

Protecting Your Future With Gold IRA
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Investing in gold is considered to be the best investment these days, even suggested by various financial experts of the world. Some people are making gold investment to become wealthy whereas others are investing in gold IRA and buying silver to protect their hard-earned money for future. Many economists and financial experts are predicting an…

How Shopping Online Can Save you Money
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Want to save hundreds or even thousands of dollars by shopping online? There are many advantages to shopping online and it can prove to be beneficial to buy products from online shopping sites. In this article you will learn how online product prices are dramatically cheaper and how to shop online safely. Many people are…

Engaged? Five Things To Do With Your Money
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Getting engaged is an amazing time in your life and while the proposal is the first step in your wedding planning the next step is considering how you're going to save up for your big day. The big questions to consider are where you are going to get married and whether you can afford a…

Selling? Steps to a Better Open House
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You've decided to sell your home, now it's time to figure out how you're going to manage the selling process and getting your home ready for open houses. No one like the selling process, you have to invite strangers into your home and you could wind up waiting weeks or even months as your real…

4 Things That Can Kill a Home Mortgage Closing
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There is much excitement after a home seller accepts a buyers offer and a mortgage lender approves there home loan application, but there are a few more hoops to jump through first. There is still a process before you get the keys in your hand and become a proud owner of your new home. It…

Teaching Kids About Credit Cards
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When it comes to credit cards, teaching your kids how to use them properly might be the last thing on your mind. However, as they get into their teenage years and mature, credit cards will be on the radar and you should ensure they understand the world of credit. Think back to what you did…

How To Establish Credit Like A Boss
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Establishing a credit history can be difficult and frustrating. It takes credit to build credit. But if you apply for a loan or credit card with no prior credit history, the bank may slam the door in your face. They rely on credit scores and credit reports to determine whether you’re a good candidate for…

5 Questions to Ask Before You Refinance a House
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With interest rates under 4%, and predicted to stay low for the next couple of years, now is one of the best times to apply for a mortgage loan. A low rate increases purchasing power if you’re looking to buy, and if you’re thinking about a refinance, a low rate can drop your current mortgage…

4 Easy Tips for Great Auto Loan Rates
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Are you in the market for a new car? I’m sure you agree that it is exciting but also confusing times with all the different figures floating around in your head. From the number of horsepowers that model has, to the gas per liter, how many seats, to of course the price. One detail that…

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