How to Dispute an Error on Your Credit Report

If you notice a blemish on your credit report that doesn’t belong to you, you might be wondering how to dispute the error on your credit report. Fortunately, there are several institutions in place designed to help you.

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How to Dispute an Error on Your Credit Report

How to Dispute an Error on Your Credit Report

If you notice a blemish on your credit report that doesn’t belong to you, you might be wondering how to dispute the error on your credit report. Fortunately, there are several institutions in place designed …

Financial Literacy, Risk Reduction

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Currency Brokerages 101: How to Use and What to Avoid

Currency Brokerages 101: How to Use and What to Avoid

Currency brokerages are, in essence, wholesalers who deal with currency. As this industry is relatively new and not well-regulated yet, you need to be careful when choosing a currency broker.

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To Snowball or Avalanche Your Debt?

To Snowball or Avalanche Your Debt?

Paying off debt can seem like a momentous task. If you have several loans or credit lines, it can be tough to know where to start and which loans to prioritize. There are several philosophies …

Personal Finance

2020 Results for CPI, Stocks, Bonds - Calculators Updated

2020 Results for CPI, Stocks, Bonds - Calculators Updated

Our calculators have been updated with 2020 data for CPI, S&P 500, bond, and cash returns.

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Are Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Worth It?

Are Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Worth It?

Hybrid and electric vehicles are often more expensive than their gas-exclusive counterparts. At the same time their operating cost is lower. With federal and state tax incentives in the mix it can be difficult to …

Personal Finance

What is a Target Date Fund?

What is a Target Date Fund?

A target date fund is a retirement fund that automatically reduces risk the closer you are to retirement.

Financial Literacy, Net Worth

7 Hidden Benefits of a Good Credit Score

7 Hidden Benefits of a Good Credit Score

If you have a credit card or other debt, and make regular on-time payments, you probably have a good credit score. Having a good or excellent credit score is important for several reasons.

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Is It Time to Refinance Your Mortgage

Is It Time to Refinance Your Mortgage

Low interest rates have led many people to wonder if it is time to refinance their mortgage. Low interest rates, as well as several other scenarios, might mean that it is a good time to …

Homes and Real Estate

8 Financial Benefits of Volunteering

8 Financial Benefits of Volunteering

Volunteering is a great way to do something you love while helping others. Although you do not get paid for volunteering, that does not mean that you can’t benefit from it.

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Advanced Financial Terms

Advanced Financial Terms

Here are a few advanced financial terms that you should know along your way to mastering your money.

Financial Literacy

What to Do About Low Interest Rates

What to Do About Low Interest Rates

Record low interest rates have left people wondering what they should do and what will happen in the future. Here are are several things you can do about the current situation of low interest rates.

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How to Capitalize on a 0% APR Credit Card

How to Capitalize on a 0% APR Credit Card

There is a simple “trick” to saving over $600. It only takes about an hour of work. All you need is a decent credit score and some high interest debt you want to eliminate. On …

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What If Your Parents Are Not Able to Retire

What If Your Parents Are Not Able to Retire

Studies have shown that a third of boomers and seniors have no retirement savings. Read on to discover how to start the conversation and help get your parents to the best position possible as they …

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