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What to Consider Before Buying Your First Home

Rents are crazy high. I regularly meet with people who tell me they want to buy a house because that rent money is just going into someone else’s pocket. On the surface this seems like sound reasoning, but there are

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Buying vs. Leasing a Vehicle: The Eternal Battle

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I’m going to break down leasing a car versus buying a new vehicle. Let’s use, for example, a $300/month lease at 12,000 miles/year for 36 months – over the life of three cars. (That is 108 total months or 9

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What’s The Deal With 529 College Savings Plans?

Many parents think about saving for their children’s college tuition. We’re flashing back to this post on 529 college savings plan. Read on for great info! Let’s face it . . . raising kids today is an expensive affair. Making

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5 Energy Saving Tips That Really Work

It’s not always easy to find ways to save money, but it’s a necessity for most people in order to build emergency savings, avoid debt, and even increase retirement savings. While there are many ways to save, reducing energy costs

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How to Minimize the Potential for Identity Theft

Identity theft can literally happen to anyone. From children and teens to adults and seniors, no one is 100% protected from being scammed. However, there are ways that you can minimize the possibility of being a victim of identity theft.

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