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5 Things to Know About Mortgage Loans and Bad Credit

5 Things to Know About Mortgage Loans and Bad Credit Believe it or not, your credit doesn’t have to be stellar to get a mortgage. Many banks and mortgage lenders only extend mortgage loans to applicants with at least a 640 credit score. However, not all lenders are created equal. And it is possible to […]

Weatherization Projects That Save Money

Weatherization Projects That Save Money We’re in the thick of winter! Colder weather can bring in high utility bills derailing the budget, and making credit card debt relief even more difficult. Therefore, the timing is more than appropriate to share some weatherization projects you might want to consider. Weatherization projects that add energy savings and warmth to […]

Tuesday Tip – Debt & Valentine’s Day

Tuesday Tip – Debt & Valentine’s Day To some, debt & Valentine’s Day go hand in hand. But there’s no reason a holiday should put you in consumer debt! We want to help you have a special day with your significant other that won’t wrack up costs. Here are some ideas. Debt & Valentine’s Day Whether […]

What You Need to Know About Filing Taxes Jointly

What You Need to Know About Filing Taxes Jointly As a married couple, you and your spouse have the option of filing taxes jointly or separately. The IRS does encourage you to file your income tax returns jointly by providing a host of resources and incentives to do so. There are a lot of advantages […]

Co-Signing a Loan: What to Know

Co-Signing a Loan: What to Know So, let’s say you’re doing pretty well managing your money. Your credit score is good, you’ve been able to pay your bills on time and in full each month, and are feeling financially successful. Hooray! Financial stability is something we all want to hold on to. And we want […]

Do You Know Your Student Loan Options?

Do You Know Your Student Loan Options? Are you struggling to repay student loans, are delinquent on your student loans, or have already defaulted on your student loans? Do you know your student loan options? You may be able to get temporary or permanent relief from making student loan payments. This is just one option. Learn […]

Creative Ways to Save this Valentine’s Day

Creative Ways to Save this Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and hopeless romantics are likely thinking of ways to show how much they love their significant other. If you have someone special in your life, you probably want to show them your affection by buying them a gift or taking them out for a […]

Chore Chart & Allowance Tips

Chore Chart & Allowance Tips Financial literacy can start very early. In fact, the sooner the better! Teaching your children about money and responsible financial habits can be done through a chore chart and allowance. Learn more about creating your own chart and giving an allowance. How to Make a Chore Chart With Allowance Experience […]

Celebrating Valentine’s Day On A Budget

Celebrating Valentine’s Day On A Budget Valentine’s Day is around the corner and you are probably wondering how to go about celebrating it the big day on a budget. Celebrating any special occasion need not be expensive. Especially if you are struggling to get out of debt. So how can you go about celebrating valentine’s […]

How Do I Redeem Credit Card Rewards?

How Do I Redeem Credit Card Rewards? From getting free gift cards to getting free trips, you can redeem credit cards to save money. The trick to redeeming rewards for what you like is to know which credit card account offers you the best kinds of rewards for where you spend the most money. If […]