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A conventional fixed-rate or an adjustable-rate loan (ARM)? These 4 tips can help the older borrower with that mortgage decision.
Pay-off your mortgage financial planning may be in your best interest with a low-interest home loan.
Retirees, here are options to help you qualify for that refinanced mortgage that lets you downsize or age in place.
Even the rich and famous have trouble keeping their finances hassle-free. Don’t follow in their financial missteps.
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Traditional credit card users are slow to adopt the use of virtual credit cards, a method of payment that lets you shop securely online.
A college education is expensive before you add in back-end fees and expenses. Here are 8 that can surprise parents and students.
As the holidays approach, using layaway as part of your gift-buying strategy might just save you money.
Cosigning is a common practice in the lending world. But it can be a dangerous financial move. Here are six loans you should never cosign, no matter what the circumstance.
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