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Buying a Home Without Maxing Out Your Budget
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Are you looking to buy a home, before you purchase that house of your dreams, be sure that you know how to buy a home without maxing out your budget.

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What is a Home Equity Line of Credit?
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As housing prices continue to rise homeowners are looking into how they can leverage their home’s equity to receive low-interest financing. A home equity line of credit, or HELOC, is a great way to gain access to a line of credit based on a percentage of your home’s value, less the amount you still own […]

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Credit Unions Vs Banks: Think Local, Save Money? – Money Under 30
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Credit unions, the local alternatives to big banks, are seeing record growth. They have better interest rates, lower fees, and better customer service.
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How to negotiate with creditors – Lexington Law
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Learning how to negotiate with creditors can be helpful as you work to improve your credit score and financial future. Try these tips for better success.
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How Buying a Car Can Lower Your Credit Score
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How Buying a Car Can Lower Your Credit Score The end-of-year car sales are upon us and while the deals are usually really good during this time of year, you should also consider how buying a new car could affect your credit. Specifically, how it could affect, or lower, your credit score. Your FICO credit […]

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eFile Review 2021 – Is This Low-Cost Tax Prep Really Less Taxing?
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Tax service eFile is ideal for frugal tax return filers. Before you jump on board for the attractive pricing, learn if it's for you here.
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Schedule B (Tax Form 1040) Instructions – Interest and Dividends
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Your investment income is taxable. Learn about Form 1040 Schedule B, the tax form for interest and dividends, and how to complete it.
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What’s the Worst Mistake First-Time Buyers Make?
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In times of stiff competition, rising costs of buying a first home, and short supplies of affordable houses, first-time buyers have little room for error. Buying and financing a first home is more complicated today than ever. But what's the worse mistake you can make as a first-time buyer?

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The evolution of the good faith estimate – Lexington Law
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A good faith estimate (GFE) is a comparison of mortgage offers. Recently, it has morphed into a loan estimate—a similar concept with a few small differences.
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