Residual interest is the interest that’s accrued on an unpaid credit card balance in the time that you’ve not been paying it. Read to learn how it works, and how you can avoid paying it.
Written by Alayna Okerlund, Content Management Specialist for BestCompany.com Most people try not to think about taxes until they absolutely have to. Thanks to the […]
Have you ever applied for a credit card, car loan or mortgage? If so, then one of the first things the lender looked at was your FICO score. It has a major impact not only on getting approved in the…
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Lately, I have received many questions asking how I was able to pay off my student loans so quickly. I haven’t talked much about my student loans since I paid them off in July of 2013, but I know many struggle with their student loan repayment plan each and every day. Due to this, it is a topic […]
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If youâve said your vows or joined your finances with your partner, it might be time to move past the credit card thatâs been by your side all through your single years. Hereâs a rundown of some of the best rewards cards for couples.
Paid biweekly? You get two shots a year to get ahead. Here’s how.
The post The Magical Third Paycheck: 5 Budgeting Hacks If You’re Paid Biweekly appeared first on Discover Bank – Banking Topics Blog.
House hunting in rural areas is becoming more common. If you’re planning a move to the country, a USDA home loan may be a great option for you.
The post Moving to the Country? This Overlooked Loan Makes It So Easy appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.comÂ®.
If you want to keep utility costs consistent month to month, budget billing may be for you.
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Once upon a time, you loved your car. You loved it so much that you agreed to the payment terms and drove it home from the dealer or, dare we say, a private seller. But now, that love has grown cold and you wish youâd never laid eyes on it. And to make matters worse,… Read More
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Full coverageÂ car insuranceÂ covers you for most eventualities, but it is also expensive. You get what you pay for, and in this case, what you pay for isÂ liability coverage,Â collision coverage, andÂ comprehensive coverage. The question is, how essential are all of these coverage options and at what point do they become surplus to requirements? YourÂ insurance coverageÂ is never […]
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