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How to Save Money on Your Mortgage [Infographic]

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Mortgage Checklist for First Time Home Buyers

Buying a home will most likely be the largest expenditure anyone will make in their lifetime.  With median home prices more than triple the average U.S. workers annual salary, buyers will need to obtain a mortgage in order to purchase a home.  For first time homebuyers, the process of obtaining a mortgage can be daunting, […]

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New Age Couponing – It’s Everything You Don’t Think It Is!

Clipping coupons is so 2000. There used to be a time when all you could is clip coupons in order to save money. If you didn’t clip, you didn’t get to use coupons. Do you remember those days?  Well, if you don’t, then you should consider yourself lucky. The process of couponing has completely changed […]

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Why do Many Traders Prefer Crude Oil Futures?

Trading crude oil futures is exceedingly popular. Many traders worldwide choose to incorporate this commodity into their portfolio on a regular basis and they have many reasons to do so. Oil trading has quite a few advantages and we will list some of the main ones right here. Read through and decide if you ought […]

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Mortgage Loan Protection: Protect Your Mortgage Payment in Difficult Times

Three Ways to Protect your Mortgage in Difficult Times If you are among the Americans affected by the struggling economy, you may be wondering how you’re going to cover larger expenses like mortgage payments. The first step to minimize financial fallout is to be open and honest with your lender. They want to help you […]

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The Secret of Successful Millennials? – Low Debt

Who are Millennials? There have been many surveys of this age group, perhaps the best know is the 2014 Wells Fargo Millenial Study.    The Millennial Next Door Project (MNDP) takes a different approach and looks at the things that this age group is doing that has made a positive impact on their financial wellbeing. […]

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