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You’re in a financial rough spot and you’re looking into taking out a loan to keep yourself afloat. You’ve heard about installment loans, but what is an installment loan? An
Whether you are into true crime, daily news, or human resources, there is a podcast out there for you. Podcasts have been growing in popularity over the past few years,
No matter how you spin it or score it, credit can be as stressful as it is necessary. Those new to having a line of credit find themselves consumed by
When a credit score can make or break you, it’s easy to wonder, “What is the highest credit score possible?” The Fair Isaac Corporation (creator of FICO credit scores) uses
It’s been projected for years that the Social Security trust funds will run out by 2034. In its 2019 annual report, the Social Security Administration’s Board of Trustees pushed that
Tax season is over and if you were paying attention when you filed your taxes, you probably noticed that you (hopefully) qualified for a tax return! So why is the
In the early 1940s, Abraham Maslow wrote a paper called “A Theory of Human Motivation.” This paper was based on what we now call Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Basically, Maslow
The holiday season is an amazing time of year. There’s more time with family, people are more friendly and the seasonal food is amazing. Sadly, there is one serious downside
When you’re a student, you need to save as much as possible to pay rent, tuition, and avoid getting too deep into debt. Thankfully, there are some great ways to
If you’re like many people you may often find yourself overspending when you go to the store. While it may be difficult, there are many ways you can learn how
Living frugally doesn’t necessarily mean living on the cheap. Learning how to live frugally and save money for important things can actually free up finances and give you more money
According to the Federal Reserve, 30 percent of all American adults have incurred student debt, and they typically owe between $20,000 and $25,000. Monthly payments can be hard to manage,
Navigating the sea of student loans can be difficult. In the process, you may have heard the terms “unsubsidized student loan” and “subsidized student loan.” You might even have a
If you are getting ready to begin your college journey, you have probably started to realize just how expensive school can become. There’s tuition to pay and books to buy.