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What You Should Know about Credit by the Time You Turn 25

March 12, 2019

For most people in their early to mid twenties, life can be challenging. After all, by the time you turn 25, you’r...

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Experts Explain How to Build Credit from Scratch

September 18, 2018

Building good credit can be difficult, and building good credit from scratch may seem like an even greater challenge. Mo...

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True Stories of the Best and Worst Credit Advice

April 19, 2018

Most friends, family, and coworkers love to give advice. If you've asked them for credit advice, however, you've prob...

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    What Home Buyers Need to Understand About Credit
    Guest Post by Shannon McNay-Insler The home-buying process has a way of making people nervous about their finances, especially their credit. What’s worse, it can take a long time and pre-approved mortgage offers can ...
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    The Worst Credit Mistakes the Middle Class Keeps Making (and What to Do About It)
    Guest Post by Jeff Rose The middle class makes plenty of financial mistakes, including not saving enough money for retirement. But the financial errors most of us make extend far beyond long-term financial planning. We also h...
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    Just Married: Finance Tips for Newlyweds
    Congratulations! You just completed one of life’s greatest milestones: marriage. Whether you had an elegant reception or a lovely, intimate ceremony, you and your spouse are likely making plans for the life you two wil...
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    Is Now a Good Time to Take Out a Loan?
    Guest Post by Lexington Law It can be tricky to get the timing right when you want to take out a loan. For instance, you want to wait for relatively low interest rates to keep your payments as low as possible. Rates may seem ...
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    Should I Buy a House with Bad Credit?
    Guest Post by CreditRepair.com It is very easy to make financial mistakes that damage your credit. Once your credit score drops, it can be challenging to obtain financing for a large purchase such as a home. If your past fina...
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    5 Ways to Start Rebuilding Your Credit
    Guest Post by Kristen BakerIf you’re reading this, you’re likely looking for ways to rebuild your credit. Whether you maxed out a credit card, made too many late payments, filed bankruptcy, or have too many hard i...
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    Unique Financial Gifts for College Graduates
    With the end of the semester approaching, many students are preparing for graduation. Those on track to graduate this spring are most likely focusing on finishing end-of-semester projects, studying for finals, and purchasing ...
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    Do I Need a Financial Planner?
    Guest Post by Lexington LawSaving and investing are important. Not sure where to start or what to do? In that case, consider working with a financial planner. These professionals can help you make sound decisions regarding yo...
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    Pros and Cons of Applying for a Mortgage Online
    Guest Post by CreditRepair.comOwning a home is a central part of the American dream — and so are mortgages. According to Zillow, the average home in the United States is listed at $250,000. There aren't many house shopp...
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    Expert Advice: How to Care for Your Child's Credit
    Parents have a long list of responsibilities that range from being a caregiver to being a child’s most trusted friend. Fortunately, most parents accept these many responsibilities because they know their children are c...

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