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Personal Finance for the ‘Average Joe’ College Student

As a college student, you are going to learn a lot about personal finance regardless of your major. You may have a drive to learn about bookkeeping and accounting or you may want to keep your head stuck in your

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Posted in Budgeting, Credit, Emergency Savings, Financial Wellness, Retirement, Savings, Student Loan

Building Great Credit

Do you hope to purchase a home, apply for a loan, or upgrade your current vehicle? Having a strong credit record will help you achieve these goals with better rates than with low credit scores. Like building a home, a

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Posted in Budgeting, Credit

Don’t be haunted by financial ghosts of the past

Just because you made a financial mistake in the past doesn’t mean you have to pay for it forever. That is of course as long as you’ve taken care of the issue and made sure that it’s showing up in

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Posted in Collection, Credit, Credit Report, Debt, Financial Wellness

Managing credit through different phases of life

Happy Friday! We’re flashing back to this post about credit and how to manage credit through different stages of your life. People have different views of credit depending on what’s going on in their lives. How good (or bad) our

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Making Late Payments: More than just a late fee

Have you ever missed a bill payment or made late payments? Most people have at some point, whether it was accidental or on purpose because it wasn’t affordable by the due date. While there’s a bigger issue if you’re constantly

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Posted in Budgeting, Credit, Credit Report
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