Ultimate Guide to Retirement

September 8th, 2014

How much should I save? “As much as you can” is the standard advice. Many financial planners recommend that you save 10% to 15% of your income for retirement, starting in your 20s. But that’s just a general guideline. This is your retirement we’re talking about, so it pays to get a little more specific

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How to Save Money on Auto Insurance

September 1st, 2014

We all need car insurance these days and what is more everybody loves saving money. So if we speak about an insurance you should understand that there are tons of opportunities to save money on auto insurance, you should only read the following tips and follow them. Steps 1 Compare: Feel free to visit as many

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Buy a New Car or a Used Car?

August 31st, 2014

There’s nothing like that new-car smell. Buying a new car has a lot of allure: It’s brand new and it’s all yours; nobody has abused it. You can get the vehicle equipped just the way you want, and you get the full factory warranty. But hold on. Your best deal could well be a late-model

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Identity Theft & Credit Card Fraud – How to Protect Yourself

August 25th, 2014

Identity theft occurs when someone obtains your personal information, such as your credit card data or Social Security number, to commit fraud or other crimes. The Federal Trade Commission estimates that 9 million Americans suffer identity theft annually. It sounds like a big number, but it isn’t. For one, the hysteria has been stoked by much-publicized data

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Retirement Savings: No Excuses

August 18th, 2014

The list of excuses for why it’s impossible to save for retirement is endless. Some people may be just getting started in their careers, making small starting salaries. Others may be stay-at-home parents with no earned income. Everyone is juggling a plethora of different financial goals, of which retirement is just one. And those who

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10 Ways to Save Money on Auto Insurance

August 12th, 2014

How to Lower Your Auto Insurance Rates without Sacrificing Coverage or Service in the Process Let’s face it. We all like to save money, especially when it comes to auto insurance. But does lowering your insurance premiums mean less-than-adequate coverage or working with a provider whose customer service leaves a lot to be desired? Not at

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Nine Tips for Protecting the Identity of Your Child at Back-to-School Time

August 5th, 2014

As you’ve prepared to send your child back to school this fall, you’ve likely been hit with a mountain of paperwork for class enrollment, youth sports, and other after-school activities. But as you share your child’s personal information with teachers and administrators, carefully consider how and why the information will be used in order to

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Tips on Getting a Used Auto Loan with Bad Credit

June 2nd, 2014

More and more people are coming to realize the benefits of buying a used car. If you’ve decided the same, you have definitely made a smart decision. The fact of the matter is you can purchase a car that is almost as good as a brand-new one and save up to 50% off the original

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Auto Loan Financing

May 21st, 2014

The decision to buy a new car will probably be one of the most important financial milestones in your life. In addition to the investment of money, you will spend a great deal of time looking for the right vehicle that caters to your needs. Similarly, you also need to spend time when looking for

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First Impressions Count with a Used Car

April 28th, 2014

Just as with selling a house, first impressions count when selling your car. It can even make or break a deal. If you’re planning to sell your car, help it make a good first impression on potential buyers. Here’s how: Clean it up. Going to the car wash may not be enough. Make sure the

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