Tag Archives: financial literacy

Co-Signing For A Loan

Here’s a good question, “Is co-signing for a loan an idea you should entertain?” Keep watching to learn why you might want to dodge this strain, and avoid possibly sending your credit down the drain..

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How To Take Advantage Of Great Credit

It’s often said that too much of a good thing can actually be bad, but when it comes to your credit score there’s no such thing. Let’s take a look at the benefits of having great credit, and how to … Continue reading

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How To Save With Holiday Sales

Whether it’s the winter holiday season, celebrating the birth of our great nation, or even the celebration of your contributions as a part of the American work force, nowadays just about every holiday has something in common… department store sales … Continue reading

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How To Set Up Automatic Payments

Today we’re going to dig into a topic I’ve been wanting to discuss for awhile… It’s something that, when done correctly, can seriously make your life easier. Let’s talk about how and why to use automatic payments!

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Am I Financially Literate?

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You don’t have to have a degree in finance or economics to become financially literate. Across the nation efforts to help empower consumers to become more financially literate have been popping up in schools, and even by financial institutions themselves. But what exactly does “financial literacy” mean…

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