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Did You Know? Credit Unions provide big benefits for students, entrepreneurs and families

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Have you ever needed to borrow money to fund a new business or a new home? Usually, people go to a bank in hopes of being granted a loan. However, credit unions are often considered better alternatives to banks, because they aren’t tied to any private investors. Credit unions are usually created and supported by […]

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The Right Mortgage: Minding Your Individual Situation

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When financing a house with a mortgage, it’s normal to wonder what the best loan option is. Some believe that mortgages with low rates are the ideal choice, but this is not always the case. The right loan will depend on your individual situation and a number of other factors. You need to determine how much […]

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Take a Hold of Your Finances in 2018

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Earning and saving money can be troublesome for the most of us. You may have a modest salary, but your expenses on your mortgage, student loans, credit card debt, car loan, and other monthly expenses are keeping you from enjoying a little of your income. How can you change that? Learn a few tricks here: […]

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Here’s Why Businesses Should Offer More Payment Options to Their Customers

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Imagine this scenario: A customer has inquired a lot about your product, and you can see them turning into a buyer at this moment. Right before closing the sale, they ask if you offer any in-house payment options. Now, if your answer to this is “no,” you will most likely lose the sale — and […]

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Why Workers with Cancer Should Immediately Apply for Disability Benefits

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You may find it difficult to make ends meet as a worker when you have cancer. As a cancer patient, it is critical that you get proper medications as the disease considered the second leading cause of death in the U.S. after heart disease. Depending on the type of cancer you have, it could cripple […]