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Buying a car can be exciting and scary at the same time.  The idea of a driving off the lot with a new set of wheels is offset by the idea of haggling over price and

Buying a new car is exciting. Everything from deciding on

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At the beginning of the year, many consumers want to reduce or eliminate lingering credit card debt.  One of the best ways to accomplish that goal is to take advantage of a low-rate, credit card balance

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Contactless payments also known as tap-and-go payments are gaining popularity. 

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As a homeowner, your home is a valuable asset. It’s not just a place to live, it’s also an investment that can appreciate over time. If you have owned your home for some time, you may

Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or a home-buying veteran,

Tax Deduction Confusion On December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or are looking to upsize

Information security breaches have become commonplace – from large retailers, to government entities to credit bureaus, it is almost impossible to completely protect your personal information.  The good news is, as cybersecurity threats have increased, so

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Lenders use a credit report and income to determine if

Almost 80 percent of global banking customers are dissatisfied with their banks, according to a survey by FIS Global. So, if you’re fed up with your bank and ready to make a change, you’re not alone. Recent

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No matter your age, everybody has financial goals in mind.

On December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act