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If you're in need of some motivation to get you back on track financially, or if you're interested in starting your own successful business, sit down and listen to these podcasts. They'll help you become the best financially, and all you have to do is lend an ear.
If you only have one person in your household working or if you live by yourself, debt can still be manageable and paid off. Check out these 4 basic steps to help you get started on paying off your debt by first finding a realistic debt payoff method.
Considering buying a car soon? Keep in mind these few costs of maintaining your car throughout the year and find out if you should buy used or new.
Are you going to receive a nice bonus at the end of this year? Congratulations! We know it's tempting to just spend your bonus, but there are more beneficial ways to make the most out of your extra funds. Check out 7 ways to stretch your bonus dollar.
These 5 money-saving habits are what will separate financially stable, wealthy individuals from those who are not as invested in their financial health. Learning to think long-term and automating your savings contributions are just a couple of the ways to save money like a wealthy person.
Although it's only December, it's time to start thinking about filing your taxes. If you've been donating to charities, contributing to your retirement fund, traveling for business, or other things, you might want to start considering those at tax deductions now.
Whether you need help with budgeting, saving, investing, or anything else, there's probably an app for it. Check out these 6 best personal finance apps to help you get your money on track.
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Have you heard a lot about auto insurance and aren't sure what to believe? We're debunking several auto insurance myths so you can separate fact from fiction. For example, red cars actually don't cost more to insure, and even in an accident that is not your fault, your rates can go up. Read on to learn more about auto insurance myths.
If you're using your credit card in the ways mentioned, you're probably not helping yourself or your credit score. Doing things like carrying a monthly
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Use your first credit card carelessly, and you could wind up damaging your credit and paying avoidable interest and fees. Learn the basics of how credit cards work and how to pay them, however, and they could become a valuable financial tool. Here's what you should know.