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What to Consider Before You Buy a Home

The American dream of home ownership simply won’t go away. You would think that there never was a credit crisis even though it wasn’t that long ago that we were bombarded on a daily basis with stories about underwater mortgages, foreclosures and crashing prices. If anything, it was an American nightmare, not a dream. The

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Is it financially responsible or feasible to own a pet?

In 2012 approximately 70% of all US households had a dog or cat, about 83 million homes. It can truly be said that the emotional bonds that people have with their pets are very strong and growing stronger but, as with any other “family member”, providing the care that they need can prove to be

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Career changes that don’t involve getting a college degree or other big money investments

Let’s face it, whenever you hear somebody talking about making a “career change” it usually involves going back to school or making another large investment in time and money. But what if you could change careers and do something that, while it won’t make you filthy rich, will provide you with a very good income

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The difference between micromanaging your money and putting your finances on ‘autopilot’

Published on February 3, 2014, by in Personal Finance.

If you happen to go on vacation and severely damage your finances, or wake up one day and find out that you haven’t been exactly paying attention to what’s going on in your financial life, is it time to start micromanaging your money? The answer to this depends in most part on your “financial personality”

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