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5 Signs You Should Get a New Credit Card

Did you know that the average American has four credit cards? Credit cards have several benefits such as helping you to increase your credit score, earn rewards, give you a free credit report each month, and help you track your spending. Because there are so many different credit cards out there, it is important to sign up for new ...

2021-08-13T14:46:19+00:0005/31/2021|0 Comments

How to Financially Prepare for a Baby: Your Step-by-Step Guide

Financially planning for any situation is a lot more difficult than some would imagine. Not only does it require tons of self-discipline, but it also requires no other surprises along the way that'll force you to tap into your savings. Planning and preparing for a new addition to your family is even more important and challenging. It's understandable for ...

2021-06-15T17:56:20+00:0005/31/2021|0 Comments

Where Can I Find Financial Help for Veterans: Everything You Need to Know

  As of now, we have 18 million veterans living in the US. Your services to the country make you more than deserving of receiving support. Many types of financial support are available to every American citizen. For veterans, non-profit organizations and the government offer various specialized assistance programs. Many of these programs match your needs and help you ease your ...

2021-06-16T07:52:31+00:0005/31/2021|0 Comments

How To Get Your First Credit Card

Most people with no credit history and only an income of 40k or lower, will be looking at getting either a secured credit card – where you have to leave an opening deposit with the bank and that will essentially be your credit limit at which you are even charged interest - or a card with a very low ...

2021-09-06T05:10:35+00:0012/02/2020|0 Comments

Basics Of Credit Everybody Should Know

It’s a statistical fast millennials have the lowest credit scores in the United States, second to that are folks above the age of 30. Without a doubt this is influenced by the lack of a long credit history that older people have. It also a fact young people are increasingly turning away from credit cards. This is definitely not ...

2021-09-06T05:11:51+00:0012/02/2020|0 Comments
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