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All About Renter’s Insurance

Without a renter’s insurance policy, you’ll be 100% responsible for replacing your personal possessions if they are damaged or destroyed. Only 37% of people who rent their residence have renter’s insurance, however.
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Different Types of Scores Help Expand Access to Credit

While you may be familiar with your FICO score, a person’s credit score calculated by the Fair Isaac Corporation, or one of the major credit bureaus, you may not be aware there are several additional types of credit scores. Every American with a social security number or tax identification number that has borrowed money in the past few years has a credit score with ...
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Valentine’s Day on a Budget

There's no need to blow your budget on Valentine's Day this year. You can show your love and appreciation for your significant other while saving money.
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How to Track Your Tax Refund

You paid too much money to the government last year in taxes, have filed the appropriate paperwork, and are due a refund. At this point, you may be wondering how soon you’ll get your money back.
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How to Speed Up Your Tax Refund

While you are at the mercy of the IRS when it comes to getting your money back, there are a few things you can do to help you get your 2018 tax refund as quickly as possible.
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Is Credit Counseling Worth It?

If you’ve had credit problems or challenges with your personal financial situation in the past, you may have considered hiring a credit counseling agency to help. According to the Urban Institute, 71 million Americans had at least one debt in collections in 2017. Overwhelmed, they may search for help from a credit counseling service.
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What You Need to Know About Filing 2018 Taxes

There have been a lot of changes to the tax code, and you’ll see some differences in your 2018 taxes this year as a result. For most people, the changes will be minor.
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5 More Financial New Year’s Resolutions

For many, the holiday season is an inspirational time when adopting new habits for the coming year is a top priority. This blog post is the second in our New Year’s Resolutions series. Here are five more ideas to help you reach your financial goals in 2019.
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5 Financial New Year’s Resolutions

Several Americans make New Year’s Resolutions to help them achieve their goals. Many want to pay down credit cards, and some want to save more money in the coming year. Here are five attainable financial goals that will help you overhaul your personal finances.
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What is Earned Income Tax Credit? Do I Qualify?

Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a benefit for people who have incomes at or under certain levels. This tax credit reduces the total amount of taxes you owe and in many cases, if you qualify you’ll get a larger tax refund.
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