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The Five Best Resources for Coupon Savings

Who doesn’t love to save money? And let’s face it, with the uncertainty of today’s volatile and global market, it never hurts to have a few extra dollars tucked away in the old mattress. But where are the best places to find great savings? Take a look below and I will share the secret to […]

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5 Tips for Flexible Spending Accounts

Employers often offer a host of options for employee benefits including the FSA or Flexible Spending Account. Deciding which benefits to take advantage of and which to leave behind can be an overwhelming task. Health insurance is a common benefit with lots to consider; often rolled into the conversation is something called an FSA. What […]

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5 Tips for a Financially Successful Marriage

I have found, as well as many of you are probably experiencing yourselves, that handling your money on a day to day basis can be extremely stressful, not to mention irritating. When my husband and I were forced to combine finances upon getting married, we easily learned a lot of about each others spending habits. […]

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5 Online Banking Safety Tips

If you prefer not to visit your local bank to make a deposit or handle some other transaction, online banking allows you to conduct most of your business from your personal computer. However, any time that you use an online site, including your bank, there are certain safety tips for you to keep in mind […]

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How to Avoid 5 Common Credit Card Missteps

This guest post comes from our friends at Card Hub, a leading online marketplace for secured and unsecured credit card offers. Have you ever gotten a cash advance on your credit card or gone over your credit limit in a non-emergency situation? Think everyone should get a rewards credit card? Do you carry a balance […]

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Should You Get a Reverse Mortgage?

A reverse mortgage (also known as a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage or HECM) is a mortgage product available to qualified borrowers who are at least 62 years of age and have equity in their home. The mortgage works the opposite of a “forward” mortgage which is paid down over time in that it grows over […]

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