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Common Mistakes That Weigh Down Your Personal Credit

July 27, 2016

Personal Credit History can be a mysterious concept. Most people understand that they have a credit score, but they might not know what it is for. This one piece of information would be very helpful in getting people on the right track, financially speaking. Top credit repair services can do it, and your own learning […]

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How Much Space Can You Get for $1,500 in Rent?

July 27, 2016

Rental rates in top cities across the US can vary widely. If you set a cap at $1,500, the amount of room and quality of rental you can get will also be vastly different, ranging from just over 200 square fee in NYC to almost 2,000 square feet in Memphis, TN. Curious about what you […]

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Should You Sell Your Home When You’re in Debt?

July 25, 2016

For many people, their home is their biggest asset, and if they find themselves in financial difficulty, they may consider selling their home to release its equity. However, this course of action isn’t for everyone, and it’s shouldn’t be taken lightly. It’s important to get independent financial advice before you sell, and think about the […]

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3 Investment Myths You Need to Ditch in 2016

July 18, 2016

If you search the words “investment advice” in Google, you’ll get over 500 million results. It’s a good bet that if you click on a few of those links, you’ll see lots of conflicting information. In fact, much of the advice you see online is nothing but fantasy. Here are three investment myths you need […]

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Save Money on Commuting Costs

July 18, 2016

We have written before about saving money on travel costs, but what about those day-to-day commutes? They can be just as costly as the big trips, but they are also unavoidable. Here are a few tips on how you can save money on your daily commute, and help to put a little bit more money […]

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6 Things You Should Never Wear on a Motorcycle (But People Still Do)

July 8, 2016

Of all vehicles used on public roads, motorcycles are the least stable. The fact that they don’t offer structural protection to the riders makes them even more unsafe. According to a U.S. Department of Transportation report, the number of deaths resulting from motorcycle accidents were 26 times over that of car accidents. The government agency’s […]

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Finding a Good Corporate Finance Solicitor

July 6, 2016

So your business is doing well, so well that running its finances is stepping beyond your knowledge and ability, but you want to avoid making errors would be, at best costly, and at worst not legal. Your best bet at this point would be to look for the services of a corporate finance solicitor, who […]

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Financing Home Improvements to Up Your Selling Price

July 5, 2016

If you are planning to sell your home shortly, then you might be wondering how to enhance its value so that you can increase your selling price. The best way to reach that goal is to start a few home improvement projects before you put your house up for sale. Although they know it’s a good idea, […]

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Luxury Living on a Budget

July 5, 2016

Living a life of luxury may seem out of reach, but some luxury items are more of a bargain than you might think. Luxury. Its a Bargain Created By: ForRent.com

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