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Invest or Pay Off Debt – Which Should I Do First?

When evaluating your financial position, you may be wondering what will give you the best result in the long term. Many people feel that investing their money takes priority over eliminating debt, however there are a number of reasons why this approach can be troublesome. 411 more words

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April Student Loan Update

Hi Everyone!

As you may already know one of my personal finance goals is to pay off my student loans. Of course I’m still in college so I’m clearly not quite done dealing with those yet but I have a start. 218 more words

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A Small Pinpoint of Light at the End of the Tunnel

Our Citi credit card is now officlally down to $1000! Two more months, and this baby is DONE! I’m aiming for it to be cleared by June 15th! 85 more words


The best education tax credits

These days, many people across the country are on the lookout for the ways in which they can save some money on their 2014 income tax filings, and that means keeping an eye out for the kinds of education tax credits that can most specifically and significantly benefit them. 432 more words

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What should you observe when you apply for Title Loans?

The process of submitting an asset or the title of the property to get a loan is termed to be title loan. The option should be accessed only if you do not have any other way of raising funds. 500 more words

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Education loan for graduate courses

Graduate courses would cost high when compared to undergraduate courses and so the source of funds should be strong enough in order to supply the demand. 489 more words

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You're Not Going To Believe This

Social Security, Treasury target taxpayers for their parents’ decades-old debts
By Marc Fisher

A few weeks ago, with no notice, the U.S. government intercepted Mary Grice’s tax refunds from both the IRS and the state of Maryland. 1,650 more words