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Eviction is a terrible experience.

How to Avoid an Eviction and What to Do if You Can’t

April 22, 2021

Getting evicted is a terrible experience. Here are some ways to avoid it. Many people were financially impacted by COVID-19, some unable to even afford rent. The CARES Act protected renters against evictions and late fees, but that expired on July 24th 2020. Eviction laws vary from state to state, so make sure to review […]


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How to Save and Pay for Travel

April 15, 2021

Now that it’s becoming safer to travel again, learn how you can save and pay for travel. Many people avoided traveling last year, when coronavirus cases were increasing across the country. This was especially true of air travel. According to the Transportation Security Administration, the U.S. government screened 500 million fewer people at U.S. airport […]


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Save cash with a tight budget

6 Ways to Save Cash When Money is Tight

April 8, 2021

Have you ever read a savings article, just to discover that none of the tips apply to you? You have no subscriptions to cancel and don’t eat out often, for example. If you are already a frugal person, but can’t seem to save, it’s probably because fixed expenses are typically the biggest bills, and it’s […]


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Travel Loans: Should I Get a Travel Loan?

April 1, 2021

Coming out of a year of quarantining and budgeting, many Americans are beginning to book vacations. If you are like many people, you have PTO to spare these days and are itching to put them to good use. Unfortunately, as more people begin to book trips, the cost of travel is increasing as well. Experts […]


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A Borrower’s Guide to Online Lending

February 2, 2021

Impact-Site-Verification: -2014930006 Whether you’re facing an unexpected emergency or need help financing a major purchase, a personal loan can get you the cash you need. Traditionally, when you needed money, you would visit your local bank or credit union for a loan; while this is still an option, more and more people are turning to […]


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Borrowing With Your Signature

January 20, 2021

Sometimes, when you apply for a bank loan, you have to agree to put up some type of collateral. This is can be your home, your personal vehicle, your retirement accounts, or any stocks and bonds you may have. Taking out a loan with assets like these as collateral means that the lender can take […]


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