How My Husband and I Are Planning to Buy Our Next Car With Cash

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Most drivers have a car note. I used to be one of them and I hated it. Granted my monthly payment was pretty low, at least $100 of it went straight toward interest when I first started making payments. Plus, I had to get work done on my car and only had a partial warranty. My car was probably largest expense in 2014 thanks to my loan, repairs and maintenance and transportation costs. I know I’m...

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6 Frugal Ways to Keep Kids Entertained This Fall

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Now that school is back in session, some of you may think you’re off the hook in terms of finding fun and educational activities for your kids to do. On the contrary, kids like to stay busy year round and there’s nothing wrong with getting involved with some activities each week to prevent you and your kids from getting extremely bored. With the holidays being right around the corner, it’s...

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5 Free Services Your College Campus Probably Offers

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Even though college is expensive, it provides a lot of opportunities for academic and personal growth. Many students can agree it’s the services colleges offer that provide various opportunities for them, attracts them to the school and helps them consider whether or not they wish to attend. In addition, it’s always nice to get more bang for your buck when you can take advantage of the freebies...

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Student Loan Consolidation Rates; Make it Easier Like Never

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  And unlike government loans in which payments starts almost immediately, applicants are given the chance to choose payment options they are most comfortable with. The money you borrow may be used for any of your financial needs, including tuition, housing, or personal living expenses as long as you provide proof of enrollment in a Title IV school (any school that receives federal funding, such...

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