Financing Furniture- A Disaster Waiting to Happen

Offers for financing furniture are everywhere these days. You’ll see commercials on TV, offers in stores, signs on streets, and more. I see them all the time, and I can’t believe the “deals” they are promising people. To be honest, I have never once seen a good deal on furniture financing. I’ve seen offers for […]

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9 Financial Strategies for Padding Your Bank Account in Case 2021 Goes Sideways

Sure, we’re glad 2020 is over. But here are nine financial strategies for padding your bank account — just in case 2021 goes sideways, too.

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One Important Phone Call You Should Make Before You Buy A House

Any house that you buy “used” has a history to it, and that history may affect your finances. Here’s one key call you can make to check out your new home.

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How to Maximize Credit Card Rewards and Earn Cash and Perks

If you’re looking for ways to put some extra cash in your pocket, make sure to take advantage of credit card rewards programs. Credit card companies and banks make some of their money from the merchant interchange fees that are charged when you use your card. As an incentive for you to use their cards, […]

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Downsizing Your Home? Here’s How I Went From A 2,000 Square Foot House To An RV

Downsizing your home can be a big process. And, less and less people seem to be doing it these days. The average home size in 1950 was less than 1,000 square feet. Fast forward to 2013, the average home size has increased to nearly 2,600 square feet, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. We were […]

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