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Tips When Buying a New Car

Tips When Buying a New Car

It’s officially the new year, and you know what that means: all the 2018 car models are starting to appear. If you’re in the market for a new car, or simply just window-shopping for the future, here are some steps you should take before buying. Make Sure You Aren’t...
How to Get Out From Under Student Loans

How to Get Out From Under Student Loans

If you’re a recent college graduate who took out student loans, you likely owe about $35,000. As eye-popping as that average debt figure is, you’re certainly not the only one wondering how you’ll possibly get out from under your loans. As with any...
Refinancing Auto Loans 101

Refinancing Auto Loans 101

If you’re paying too much in interest for your car or truck loan, refinancing could be a great way to save some serious dough. Interest rates for vehicle loans may have dropped since you financed your auto. Or maybe you’ve improved your credit score, which...
Why Payday Loans Don’t Make Financial Sense

Why Payday Loans Don’t Make Financial Sense

Life happens. The washing machine dies in the middle of a load, or you discover that your last visit to urgent care wasn’t covered by insurance. It’s not always possible to pay for these surprise expenses on the spot. This is when payday loans may become...
Saving Money During the Fall Semester

Saving Money During the Fall Semester

With college expenses getting higher and higher, more students are looking towards loans and federal aid. Asking for loans/aid without knowledge is dangerous because there are a large amount of banks and lenders that will try to rip you off. The best move is knowing...
Back to School Money Saving Tips

Back to School Money Saving Tips

Set up a monthly budget Get thrifty with coupons Pay for tuition with a loan Heading back to school is always exciting. However, sometimes heading back to school can lead to overspending. Here are some tips for making sure you aren’t blowing all your money during your...