For homeowners everywhere, it seems the costs of maintaining the home, particularly as the home gets older, continues to spiral skyward. It also often seems that once one situation is taken care of, another issue arises that requires attention. From the deepest recesses in the cellar to the peak of the rooftop, regular maintenance must take place, and issues that come up that can affect the comfort or safety of the residents quite naturally should take precedence over other projects that may be currently underway.
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A good credit score can unlock many possibilities in your life, making it easier for you to secure a loan, rent an apartment, or start a business. However, according to a recent survey conducted by LendEDU, about 25 percent of millennials do not know what a credit score is. A total of 500 people aged 17 to 37 participated in the poll, which tested their credit score knowledge.
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Have you got a plan for how you’re going to pay off your student loan debt? If not, it’s probably something that you should start thinking about. It’s not going to go away if you ignore it, so it makes sense to confront it in one way or another. When the sum is so big, it can be pretty daunting, but don’t let that scare you too much. There are always ways to whittle down and eventually pay it off.
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Your credit score might just be a few numbers on a screen, but it can determine a surprising amount of factors in your life. For example, did you know the following can – and do – check your credit score?

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The Three Best Places To Invest Your Money

by Pam on August 23, 2017

If you’ve got a lot of money saved up and want to do something with it, investing is a good idea. By using it to purchase certain goods, you can play the markets and make money out of money, which is something that everyone wants! However, playing with markets often comes with risks, and you have to know which markets are the safest in order to not lose your hard earned cash, so carry on reading if you want to know the best 3 places to invest your money!
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What You Can Do To Avoid Credit Card Debt

by Pam on August 21, 2017

Many of us are all too familiar with the weight of credit card debt. American families owe an average of $9,600 on their credit cards, which equates to around 17 percent of the average U.S. household income. Considering today’s steep interest rates and the growing number of Americans with poor credit, we can expect to see this debt grow by thousands each year.
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A lot of people think about the question of whether they should rent or buy. And a lot of answers are offered that frame the question as if it’s about investment first and foremost. But the truth is that if it’s your primary residence, you should be considering much more than the factor of buying a home to sell later on. Here, we’re going to take a much closer look at the question of renting a home and why it may be more worth it than many readers believe.
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