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Simple steps to prioritize your debts

Published on April 25, 2015, by in Personal Finance.

All forms of debt are not equal, so it’s important to prioritize your obligations before you pay them down. It actually pays to have some forms of debt. Home mortgage interest, for example, on acquisition loans of up to $1 million are fully tax deductible. Mortgage interest on a second home can also be deducted

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Save more by Freezing Your Spending

Published on April 12, 2015, by in Saving Money.

The first step toward paying down card balances is to stop adding to them. There are a couple of easy ways to start this process. First and foremost, stop using your cards to make basic purchases. Wherever possible, use cash for day-to-day transactions, such as paying for groceries or buying clothes. There is a tendency

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Where to Store Your Emergency Funds

Published on April 5, 2015, by in Saving Money.

Where should you put the money? Keep in mind that this is your emergency savings, not your emergency investments. Not a single drop of this money belongs in the stock market, not even in the most well-diversified, dividend-paying blue chip stock fund you can find. During the bull market, many of us were literally using

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