Online or In-Person Loans: What’s Better?

The growth in the online personal loans industry has made it easier than ever to apply for a loan online. Gone are the days where you had to make an appearance at a physical branch in order to get a loan, since you can now submit all relevant documentation by applying for a loan online. […]

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What Is Austerity?

Austerity policies are nothing new. But talk about them in the news has recently escalated. In response to its ongoing debt crisis, the Greek government is preparing to implement austerity measures aimed at helping the country regain its financial footing. … Continue reading →

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How to Consolidate Credit Card Debt

Credit card debt is on the rise. Millions of Americans are in over their heads. They’re losing sleep, losing control, and worried about what the future will hold. But there are solutions, and consolidation is one of the best. Consolidation works by “consolidating” multiple debts into one. It’s the perfect solution for mounting debt, one […]

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5 Savvy Money Moves to Make This Year

The following is a guest post from The Savvy Couple. As much as we don’t like to admit it, money is a very important tool that can be used to better our lives. So why don’t we take better care of managing it? Luckily, there are some savvy money moves that you can make this… Read More

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I Thought I Was Too Good For Community College

Whether you are about to head to college (no matter what your age may be), if you have a child who is about to attend college, or if you know someone who is about to experience this, then this article is for you. When I was around 17, I applied to several different colleges, but […]

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Partial Claim May Be Option for VA Borrowers Exiting COVID-19 Forbearance

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has proposed a new loss mitigation method to help homeowners with VA loans in COVID-19 related forbearance get back on track. The new program, known as the COVID-19 Veterans Assistance Partial Claim Payment program, or COVID-VAPCP for kind of shorter, somewhat mirrors existing programs offered by the FHA and [&hellip

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