6-month CD rates can be a smart strategy for your short-term saving goals. If you’re saving for a house, you may be wondering where you can park your hard-earned cash safely and earn interest at the same time. If so, you should consider a 6-month CD, because the rates can still be very competitive. In …
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For millions of American homeowners, their mortgage payment is one of their greatest financial commitments. With mortgage rates hitting record lows this year, itâs no wonder that people are interested in the possibility of refinancing their homes. Instead of only…
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Thereâs this mansion in Beverly Hills that a large part of the worldâs population has already seen, even though they might not realize it. Itâs a historic house thatâs been used in endless Hollywood movies, TV series, and music videos. After you finish reading this article, you might just realize that youâve seen this house More
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When it comes to borrowing money, you have a few options like loans and credit cards. With a loan, you receive a lump sum all at once. You then have to repay that amount, plus interest over time.Â You also have … Continue reading →
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I’m loving this new interview series that focuses on people who are doing extraordinary things with their lives. All of these stories have been incredibly motivating, and I can’t wait to share more! Past interviews include How This 28 Year Old Retired With $2.25 Million, How This Couple Paid off $204,971.31 in Debt, and How
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Hello! Today, I am publishing Part 2 to my post from yesterday Unplanned Road Trip Planning. As a recap, we left our house on Wednesday and we are not sure when we will be going back. This will probably be a 10 to 14 day road trip. This is nothing crazy, but it is more than what
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