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Debt Perceptions: How To Not Bankrupt Your Retirement & More

Bankruptcy, 401K loans, and settlement companies.  Are they easy solutions to the mess you may have made?  Let's discuss and make sure we have all the information first.

Welcome back for the final installment of my debt perception series. Today, let me share with you four common areas...

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Debt Perceptions: How to Not Get Conned & More

Learn how to steer clear of the top three debt traps in part two of Debt Perceptions. Stay tuned!

Let's focus on three areas where people commonly fall into debt (overdraft, cars and consolidation) in this second installment of Debt Perceptions: How to Not Get Conned and More.

Overdraft...

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Debt Perceptions: The Truth About Credit and Cards

Debt is a normal way of life and unavoidable, right? What if I told you there was a better way that was sustainable?! Read on further to find out how.

Tell someone you don't have debt and they'll likely give you a strange look of disbelief, jealousy or even confusion. Well, in this first...

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How to Best Use Your First Paycheck

Congratulations, all your hard work has paid off!  You've got your first paycheck!  This week, let's discuss how to best use it and get the biggest bang out of your buck.

Whether that first paycheck comes at the tender age of fifteen or after you graduate college, it is important to...

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7 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a House

It's finally time to buy a house but are you really prepared? Let me share with you 7 common mistakes to avoid when buying a home.

Ahh, homeownership. The cornerstone of the American dream. Ask anyone and this landmark is likely on their radar. Possibly the largest purchase you'll ever make,...

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The Debit Card: How to Really Use It and Avoid Theft

Stop! Don't use that debit card just yet because the way you are using it may be setting you up for fraud or identity theft. Before swiping, let me explain how to use it properly.

Do you know how to properly use your debit card? Most don't know how to use it properly and it is putting them at...

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6 Ways to Make Sure Your Roommates Don't Make You Broke

You're ready to move out of your parents and live with friends? Here are six areas to consider and prepare before you take the leap.

Moving in with friends can seem like an appealing way to leave the nest but also save some money; however, it can also become a stressful situation if everyone's...

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How to Crush Moving Out of Your Parents

Yearning to get out of your parents house and find a place of your own? This week, I'm going to discuss how to make sure your plan to launch doesn't backfire.

It's time to get out... out of your parent's place that is. Trust me, they are probably just as excited. Let me share with you how to...

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How to Essentially Watch Free Movies with a Theater Subscription

Are you tired of paying a fortune every time you want to go see a movie? It's ridiculous how much it costs. This week, I'll provide a list of theater subscription options and show you which one is best.  Plus, a free downloadable comparison chart!

Going to the movies these days is a...

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4 Important Ways to Beware that Your Car May Own You

Cars. We all need them, but what puts us in the position to where they actually own us? Let's discuss four points on how you fall into this position and how to get out.

In this day and age, it can be very easy to justify a car you should have but end up where your car owns you. Let me share...

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