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Smart Loans for Students

28 July 2015

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Spoiler: There is no such thing as a smart loan for students, or anyone else, for that matter. There is only smart lending and smart borrowing. No loan is designed for the borrower’s best interest. They are always designed to benefit the lender. That is as true for a bank as it is for a […]

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What is Indirect Automobile Financing & How Will it Help You

28 June 2014

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Are you looking to purchase a new car? If so, multiple financing options are available to you. Some car buyers prefer to secure their own financing from a bank or credit union. And to be perfectly honest, many financial experts recommend this type of financing.  Securing your own financing can typically result in a lower […]

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My experience getting a mortgage with a bad credit report

19 May 2014

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I would like to share my experience getting my first home loan in Australia. I was walking around one day and came across a great looking apartment. It was close to my work, and it was on the top floor of the apartment block, so it had some nice views across the nearby parkland. I […]

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How Does Wealth Affect Auto Insurance Coverage and Costs?

6 April 2014

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Financial decisions people make generally depends on their wealth. People with sufficient money have many options to choose from. When you don’t have enough money you will have to cut corners and try to make until the end of the month. This is something that to a point shapes our lives. Actually, there is a […]

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4 Debt Consolidation Resolutions That Will Change Your Life

24 January 2014

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4 Debt Consolidation Resolutions That Will Change Your Life

Many people take the New Year as an opportunity to come up with financial resolutions that will help them get their lives in order. Often the most popular financial New Years resolutions regard the successful consolidation of debt. Whether you are struggling with a little bit of debt or a mountain of unpaid bills, there […]

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Four Questions To Help You Determine If You Need To Hire A Lawyer After An Accident

22 December 2013

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Four Questions To Help You Determine If You Need To Hire A Lawyer After An Accident

Injuries sustained in a car accident can be a costly burden that may sometimes feel unfair. Dealing with insurance companies and the other driver might prove to be a difficult task. The idea of hiring a personal injury attorney may be the best solution when it appears that you might not get the settlement you […]

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Unusual Ways Graduates Can Pay Off Their Loans

18 July 2013

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There is no doubt getting a college education can be great for anyone’s future career. The downside is the huge expense for students. Many students take out loans to cover their education and before they even start working they are often deeply in debt. A recent study revealed that four out of ten students never […]

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How to Find the Right Comprehensive and Collision Insurance for Your Vehicle

21 May 2013

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How to Find the Right Comprehensive and Collision Insurance for Your Vehicle If you are in the market for car insurance, it is important to understand how the various coverage options work. Chances are your state requires that you carry a minimum amount of liability protection, which covers property damage and medical costs to other […]

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Eight Points to Consider When Comparing Critical Illness Cover

9 March 2013

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As with most products and services today, the correct critical illness insurance comparison can save you a lot of money on your monthly outgoings. In fact, by choosing the right cover, you could not only reduce the cost of the insurance itself but also obtain better coverage than you may find possible if you go […]

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Working past retirement – more of us are doing it

24 January 2013

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Guest post courtesy of Warde Graham’s independent financial advisers in Glasgow, Scotland (www.wardegraham.co.uk). They have a wealth of experience with retirement planning and other types of financial advice. More of the over-50s than ever before expect to have to work past the state retirement age, according to research from LV. On average they intend to […]

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