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9 Personal Finance Tips for Young Savers

It’s widely believed that financial intelligence is, for the most part, hereditary. Think about it: what they don’t teach you in school, you’re left to figure out on your own. Your parents or guardians are most likely your go-to resource, but if their own financial

The Right Way to Use Balance Transfers to Pay Off Debt

Balance transfers are beautiful things. They’re one of the most popular debt consolidation methods that help you get rid of high-interest payments so you can pay off your debt faster. But should you use balance transfers to pay off debt? And if so, how do

The Difference Between Debt Verification and Debt Validation

The collection agency called. What you do next could have a significant impact on your finances and your credit score. If you’ve ever been the target of collections calls and letters, chances are you’ve heard the terms debt verification and debt validation somewhere in the

Your Guide to Credit Card Utilization

Your credit score is a combination of multiple calculations, one of which is your credit utilization rate. Lenders look at how much credit is available to you and how much of your credit you are using as part of their decision-making process. This number matters

Student Loan Forgiveness 2021: Where Do We Stand?

It’s been nearly nine months since President Biden took office, and millions of students and their families are still holding their breath waiting for student loan forgiveness. This was a key pillar of Biden’s campaign, as the $1.57 trillion in outstanding student loan debt is

The Eviction Moratorium is Ending: Now What?

For months during the pandemic, renters were largely safe from eviction. An eviction moratorium prevented landlords from ousting renters that couldn’t pay, which provided a much-needed cushion to millions of Americans who were out of work. That moratorium just recently expired, however. The Supreme Court

How to Create a Debt Payoff Strategy

Life gets expensive. Sometimes, going into debt is part of life: for example, you need money to buy a car to go to work (so you have money to pay off your car!). For some people, debt becomes comfortable. It lets us finance the things

How Many Credit Cards Are Too Many?

How many credit cards should I have? That’s a common question, one that doesn’t have a straightforward answer. That’s because the “magic number” of credit cards depends on a lot of things, such as income level, debt, spending habits, expenses, and a myriad of other

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