If youâve been keeping your eye on real estate home listings, you mightâve seen more foreclosed properties for sale at a reduced price. With record levels of unemployment and underemployment, many homeowners are falling further behind on their mortgages. Currently, thereâs a federal moratorium on the most common mortgage programs through December 31, 2020. Unless […]
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Everyone wants to have more money, less debt, and greater financial freedom, but very few will attain it. Simply telling yourself that youâll earn more cash and clear more debts isnât enough to realize those goals, but writing those tasks down, setting realistic targets, and steadily working towards them can significantly increase your chances.Â Nothing […]
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If you need to borrow money but your credit is less than stellar, itâs possible youâll wind up with a bad credit loan. These loans are geared toward individuals with imperfect credit histories who can prove their income and ability to repay the loan. As a result of their bad credit, however, consumers who use […]
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When it comes to borrowing money, you have a few options like loans and credit cards. With a loan, you receive a lump sum all at once. You then have to repay that amount, plus interest over time.Â You also have … Continue reading →
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More and more people are choosing to attend college and work at the same time. This can be those who are going straight from high school to college or adults going back to college. Whichever applies to you, balancing school and work will be an important part of how successful you will be. Whether you […]
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The Braves’Â Dansby Swanson has purchased a new home base in Atlanta for $1.63 million. He also sold a condo in the city’s Sandy Springs neighborhood in December.
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Attention, educators. Here’s how to enjoy your much-needed summer breakâeven if it comes without a paycheck.
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Are you stressed by an income reduction? Try these budgeting tips to survive a pay cut and thrive during this challenging time.
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If this past holiday season looked and felt a lot different than previous years â understand that you are not alone. The unexpected rollercoaster ride that 2020 forced us to take part in was one for the books that created…
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Credit card balances edged down in December, even as consumers engaged in holiday shopping, as uncertainty about a second round of stimulus checks extended to the latter part of the month.