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  • Taking Care of Your Medical Debt

    posted on Thursday, June 16, 2022

    Sure, no one likes paying medical bills. But like all important bills, they need to paid and managed. Here are some ways you can accomplish that

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  • Emotions Aside, How to Choose the Right Home

    posted on Thursday, June 16, 2022

    When buying a home, it is easy to get caught up in emotions. You fall in love with the new kitchen or giant yard, but the largest purchase for most people requires some objective consideration. The best way to determine if a house has the potential to be your dream home is to visually apply your daily life to it.

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  • Plan a Staycation this Summer

    posted on Thursday, June 16, 2022

    A staycation is like a vacation, but without the time, expense and stress of actually traveling. The most expensive part of vacations is usually the combination of travel, accommodations and meals. In an effort to get the most out of the money being spent, there is often temptation to do as much as possible to feel the trip was worth it. While the experiences of a traveling vacation can be exceptional, there's much to be gained from staying home — if you do it right.

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  • Smart Ways to Protect and Save Money in a Tough Economy

    posted on Thursday, June 16, 2022

    Rising rates. Volatile markets. Record-level housing prices. Today, in the world of finance, it's tough out there. And with everything going on, it may seem like you don't have a whole lot of control of your money. But the truth is, you really do.

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  • 7 Things You Can Do When Interest Rates Rise

    posted on Friday, May 13, 2022

    Economics is complicated. But, you don't have to be an economist or professor to realize an important fact: interest rates are on the rise.

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