From Bankruptcy to Paying $22,000 Cash for a Car

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I was recently a guest on the Masters of Money podcast.  One of the statements Phil made was “Wait a minute.  How does one go from declaring bankruptcy to paying $22,000 cash for a car?” I had never really looked at my journey in that way.  But, when I thought about it, I realized – … Read More about From Bankruptcy to Paying $22,000 Cash for a Car

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Red Flags for Credit Cards: 7 Things to Watch for When You Have Bad Credit

Let’s say you’re in a bad credit situation, but you need a credit card. It can be hard to qualify for credit cards if your credit isn’t up to par. But there are credit cards out there that can help those with bad credit improve their score. Unfortunately, there are also credit cards that can… Read More

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Self-Employed and Applying for a Mortgage? Here’s What’s Changed Since COVID-19

Freelance workers are a big part of the U.S. economy, but the pandemic has put extra hurdles in their path to getting a mortgage. Here’s what has changed, and what you should expect.

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The 8 Best Vanguard Funds for Long-Term Investments

If you’re busy and want to invest your money in the long term, you will love the best vanguard funds. They are cheaper. They are high quality funds, well diversified, and professionally managed. Thus, vanguard funds are a favorite for long-term investments and for retirement. Vanguard mutual funds, like any mutual funds, are money invested …

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What Are the Consequences of Not Having Life Insurance?

Before I started writing in the personal finance space, I spent nearly 8 years working alongside my husband in a funeral home. My husband Greg worked as a mortician, and I was the Director of Family Services. I learned so much about living and dying during my years in the mortuary business, but there’s one […]

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5 Online Learning Platforms to Help Bolster your Resume

Being a lifelong learner is one of the best ways to stay engaged in your job, whatever field you’re in. There are a lot of ways to exemplify curiosity and a penchant for learning new skills: meeting regularly with your boss, attending professional development days and taking classes to hone a professional skill. It has […]

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