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529 College Savings Plan: What You Need to Know

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529 College Savings Plan: What You Need to Know Many parents today suffer from sticker shock when they learn what it costs to send their children to college. The price for higher education in this country has grown astronomically to the tune of $33,480 for tuition at a private university and nearly $25,000 for out-of-state […]

Should You Try Debt Consolidation Loans?

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Debt can be scary, but the worst thing you can do is hide from your debt and pretend it isn’t there. Take back your life and financial sanity by consolidating your debt with a debt consolidation loan. What Is Debt Consolidation? Debt consolidation refers to the action of a borrower taking out a new loan […]

Too Good To Be True?

I have this friend. I know, you thought all I did was sit on the computer to blog and update facebook. But, I have a friend, and she has been telling me for years about these books that tell her if she saves x amount for x years, she will be a millionaire by the time she’s […]

What Are Your Means?

As a kickstart to our four week budgeting series, we found this article very real and useful. Yahoo Finance shares “Signs You’re Living Beyond Your Means”.  It’s not always fun to look at the facts and realize that you aren’t doing all you can to make the most of your financial situation. Whether you are living beyond your means or […]