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Every year, Americans look around at their homes and decide it’s time to make a change. In 2020, Americans Spent Nearly $420 Billion On Home Improvement Projects, many of which were do-it-yourself projects. While deciding what room, which cabinets, and what color of paint is important, one of the first things any homeowner has to decide is how to pay for these renovations; big or small.
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Every year, millions of people enter retirement. For those Americans planning to do so in 2022, there are a few things to consider to ensure starting things off on the right footing.
The holiday season is upon us, which means a lot of money trading hands. From gifts to decorations, to travel expenses, it’s the busiest shopping season of the year. Be sure to make smart financial decisions to protect yourself this November and December to ensure a happy holiday.
The holiday season is upon us, which means a lot of money trading hands. From gifts to decorations, to travel expenses, it’s the busiest shopping season of the year.
Be sure to make smart financial decisions to protect yourself this November and December to ensure a happy holiday.
Use a Credit Card Online
Last year, more than $188-billion dollars were spent on holiday shopping. That is a lot of opportunities for the Grinch to get your financial information.
That’s why it’s important to use a credit card when shopping online.
Debit cards are linked directly to your checking account. That’s why when money is stolen, it’s taken straight from a bank account, making it harder to get back. Most major c ...
We’ve all heard and seen the terms “credit score” and “good credit” a million times. We understand their importance; that they are needed for some major expenditures in life like buying a house or car. They can be the difference between getting a good interest rate on a loan or possibly paying thousands more or not even getting the loan at all.
A credit card and debit card look about the same when you’re holding one in your hand. A plastic card with 16-digits, an expiration date, your name, and probably the logo of a credit company you’ve heard of in one of the corners.
You may not care that much about your credit score while in college, but after graduation, it’s going to be just as important as that diploma you’re working toward.
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