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  • Used Vehicle Blues

    Used vehicles are increasingly popular with Americans as consumers turn to the used market for more affordable options, but a recent survey from Ally finds many Americans still hold outdated notions about used cars.
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  • When’s the Best Time to Write a Business Plan?

    Writing a business plan is an essential part of building a successful business. At its core, a business plan is a road map for your project: it establishes your purpose, it sets goals and expectations, and it forecasts the relationship between cost and revenue.
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  • Dreaming of Living in a New Place?

    Even if you love your home, there’s a chance it isn’t in your ideal place to live. But the space between fantasizing about your dream location and actually moving there is potentially miles and thousands of dollars apart.
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  • Buying vs. Renting a Home

    The average person moves residences about 11 times in their lifetime. That provides a lot of opportunity to confront the following question: is it better to own your home or to rent it?
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  • The Dos and Don’ts of Debt Repayment

    Consumer debt is an extremely contradictory part of our personal finances: it’s at once common and incredibly personal.
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  • Personal Loan Purposes

    A personal loan can help you consolidate high-interest credit card debt into a single, lower-interest loan. These loans can also be used for a variety of other things.
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  • Financing your Home Renovation or Remodel

    Being a homeowner can be an extremely rewarding experience. Making a house into your home creates feelings of pride and security, but it also comes with a lot of responsibility and expense.
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  • Macro & Micro Housing Prices

    All over the country, housing prices are soaring and markets are on fire, which may be leaving you wondering how exactly housing prices are determined and what affects these markets.
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  • What You Don't Know About Credit Cards

    Credit cards are an everyday part of most people’s lives. From making purchases to providing some extra financial cushion, there are lots of positive to appreciate about that little piece of plastic.
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  • Credit Score and Age

    A new study from online loan marketplace, LendingTree, finds that older Americans tend to have the best credit scores.
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