Monthly Archives: October 2015

5 Financial Tips For New College Students

For the millions of Americans who start college every fall, college can be an exciting time. However, the reality is that college, for many Americans, can also be a very expensive time. With most college grads accumulating an average of $30,000 in debt, college freshman could benefit from some helpful financial advice. 1) Understand Your Financing Options Most students today ...

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4 Stock Market Trading Tips Every Beginner Should Know

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Everything is getting costly these days. Housing, grocery, mobile, the Internet; all seem to be more expensive than before. On the bright side, several money-making avenues have opened up, allowing people to earn extra. It’s better to earn extra than to spend like a miser and cut expenses on grocery, broadband, and mobile phones. But diversifying the income stream is ...

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Benefits of Re-mortgaging Your Home

Your mortgage is more than likely to be the biggest single expense in your household budget and one that has to be paid for anywhere up to 25 years, sometimes more. Why remortgage? With the pressure on household finances continuing it’s important to make sure that you’re getting the best possible deal on your mortgage. You could benefit from shaving ...

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