Years ago, merging finances after marriage wasn’t something people had to put much thought into. It was assumed that a new husband and wife would open joint bank accounts, get a mortgage in both names, and share credit cards together....
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Once upon a time, Scott Henderson used credit cards like âfree money,â maxing out his balances and getting cash advances to pay for wedding expenses – then carrying those balances forward monthly, paying the only the minimum. He wasnât alone:...
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Holidays are a time to give, vacation, and catch up with family and friends; simply put, holidays are a season to spend. Even with a proper budget, itâs possible to find yourself losing track and spending more than you should. One of the best ways to avoid the stress that comes with wasteful expenses during […]
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Over the past several months, it has become somewhat clear (insert gigantic grain of salt here) that home prices may have bottomed last year, at least in some areas of the country. While itâs still too early to say so definitively, it looks like some homes were snatched up at rock-bottom prices a year ago. [&hellip
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