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Q: I’ve heard that mortgage rates have dropped dramatically since the start of 2019. Should I refinance my mortgage loan to take advantage of these lower rates?
A: Refinancing a mortgage is essentially paying off the remaining balance on an existing home loan and then taking out a new mortgage loan, often at a lower interest rate. Read More
You’ve finally finished scrubbing and purging your home from top to bottom in honor of spring. And now, with every surface, closet, and room sparkling clean, you’re starting to see all the areas that could use a facelift. Maybe you’re hankering after a complete kitchen makeover. You might be dreaming of a fresh coat Read More
The best way to teach a child financial responsibility is by encouraging her to earn and manage money on her own. As the weather warms and summer nears, there are many opportunities for your kids to pull in some extra money.
If money-making is not on your children’s minds, you may need to direct them Read More
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming – and your cluttered closets are calling. Time to roll up your sleeves and whip your home into shape. And yes, this means you! It’s been a long winter and you’ve let the clutter grow, all over your garage, across your basement Read More
You probably already have auto insurance and homeowner’s insurance policies. And you’re also likely covered by health insurance and life insurance. You may even have pet insurance for your furry friends. So, it begs the question: Do you need credit life insurance, too?
Let’s clear up some of the confusion and misinformation that exists about Read More
Cash is so overrated. Why fumble through wads of crumpled bills and piles of change when you can easily pay back the $6.75 you borrowed from your friends simply by using your phone?
Peer-to-peer (P2P) payment systems are changing the way we handle our money and our social finances forever. Eating out and splitting the Read More
The United States has one of the lowest minimum wages of any modern country in the world. Our modest salary floor impacts our economy on every level, from the rising unemployment rates to a bloated welfare program that chiefly rests on the backs of the struggling middle class.
But all of this is subject to Read More
If you’re like most Americans, you owe money toward a large loan. Whether that means carrying thousands of dollars in credit card debt, having a hefty mortgage in your name or making car loan payments each month, loan debt it part of your life. This means you’re looking at hundreds of dollars in interest Read More