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The Effects of Cosigning a Loan

Co-signing on a loan is a big responsibility that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Knowing the pros and cons of doing such an act for someone else is essential. Let’s take a deep dive into what co-signing means, the effects of co-signing, and more.

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Getting Ahead When Your Family Isn't Wealthy

For some, instead of generational wealth, we are relying on trial and error when making financial decisions, breaking generational curses, and working to achieve financial freedom.

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How to Overcome 4 Common Financial Fears

by Nailah Herbert
Four Money Topics to Discuss Before Moving in With Your Partner

Often, one person or both people will bring their financial baggage into the relationship without warning. If you haven't ripped the bandaid off by now, then you should start having the conversation about money with your partner as soon as possible.

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Real Reasons That You Run Out of Money Each Month

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Top Gift Ideas for College Students

If you know a college student and you want to help them adjust to college life while excelling in their college career, here are some of the best types of gifts to give this holiday season and beyond.

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Three Different Ways to Split Rent When Living with Others

For many Americans, rent or mortgage payments are their largest annual expense. When living with roommates or significant other, dividing rent payments is a smart financial decision. Splitting rent with roommates allows you to have a better financial situation since a lower portion of your income will be used for paying rent.

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Finding Your First Home After College

Life after college can be a challenging yet rewarding process. For many, the two things that most recent graduates focus on right after college are finding a place to live and finding a job that either they are passionate about or is good enough to start back paying student loans.

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Top Financial Tips for Young Adults

The word adulting means having characteristics that resemble one’s transition into adulthood. A person who is adulting is becoming more mature and responsible in most aspects of their life. Below is a list of some critical financial characteristics to have when entering adulthood so that financial mistakes will not be made later on in life.

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How to Invest and Build Wealth Without College

Parents have traditionally encouraged kids to attend college due to a long-standing belief that a college degree would improve the chances of landing a high-paying job and beginning wealth building. However, nowadays, college is not a requirement for building wealth.

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3 Calculators To Help You Understand Your Student Loan Options

Don't settle on thinking that you will be making student loan payments for the rest of your life. These three calculators can take away your stress and get started on a pay down plan.

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This Rule Will Change How You Deal With Student Loans

Dealing with student loans can be overwhelming. However, one tactic that can make your life a whole lot easier is knowing your numbers.

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How to Deal and Negotiate With Creditors

It is almost guaranteed that some type of emergency will happen during your life that will impact your pockets. Paying bills is part of adulting, but if you cannot make your monthly payments, the key is communicating with a creditor.

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This One Action Will Improve Your Credit Score

by Kathrina St Flavin
What You Should Know Before Getting Your First Credit Card

by Kathrina St Flavin

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