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When you start shopping around for a home loan, you are likely to run into terms like “pre-qualified” and “pre-approved” to describe whether or not you are eligible for a certain mortgage amount. Before you start your house-hunting, it’s a … Continue Reading
When it comes to interest rates, a few percentage points may not seem like a lot. But a few measly points could mean the difference between hundreds or thousands of more dollars in your pocket. To help you save the … Continue Reading
With tax season underway, one of the questions that many people ask is this: What if I can’t pay my taxes? I know the feeling. When I first started freelancing, I didn’t know about quarterly estimated taxes or the realities … Continue Reading
Get ready. Change is coming. Since the market collapse in 2008, we’ve been riding a historic wave of low interest rates – the mortgage industry, companies, lenders, banks and above all consumers have benefited from these extremely low rates that … Continue Reading
Does your stomach flip every time you get your student loan statement in the mail? If you’re one of the millions of college grads with tens of thousands of dollars student loan debt, managing your monthly payment – let alone … Continue Reading
If you graduated from college this year, you’ve likely just hit your 6-month anniversary in the real world. And if you’ve graduated with student loan debt, you’re likely about to hit another major anniversary: the end of your grace period. … Continue Reading
With many college grads entering their student loan repayments this month, one important number will affect how much they’ll pay over the lifetime of their loans: their student loan interest rate. President Obama and Congress spent a significant amount of … Continue Reading