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5 Hidden Costs of Homeownership

The home buying process can cloud your judgment about how much you can actually afford to spend. You might focus solely on the listing price of a home instead of focusing on the overall costs of homeownership. If you look

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6 Reasons Why Avoiding Credit Is Costing You

1. Potential Lenders Can’t Properly Evaluate Your Application Turns out having no credit is just as bad as having poor credit. Reasoning: lenders use your credit profile to gauge your credit risk based on several factors, such as payment history.

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Can Poor Credit Affect My Job Search?

You spend hours perfecting your resume and cover letter for your dream job. The interview goes smoothly and the employer wants to offer you the position. But there’s one more hurdle to pass: the background check, which includes a credit

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6 Ways Dropping Debt is a Lot Like Dropping Weight

1) Real American problems. Roughly two-thirds of American households carry credit card debt and two-thirds of American adults are overweight or obese. Chances are that you or someone you know is struggling with with at least one of these issues.

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5 Easy Ways to Wipe Out Credit Card Debt

1. Freeze the Cards While this technically isn’t a way to get out of the hole, it’s the first step towards eliminating credit card debt. Reasoning: if you continue to swipe away, any payments made will only offset the balance

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6 Lies About Credit Cards You Actually Believe

1. Credit card applications are bad for my credit score. Whether you’re seeking a temporary money fix or looking to take advantage of an irresistible introductory offer, chances are you’ve been warned to proceed with caution when applying for credit

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