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What is Cash-Out Refinance?

Cash-Out Refinance refers to replacing an existing mortgage with a new, higher loan, with the difference paid out in cash. You can then use this cash for home improvements, paying off existing high-interest credit ...

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In-Person vs. Online Loans

When looking for a suitable loan with low-interest rates, one is often faced with the question: bank or online loan? Even though banks have increasingly opened up to the idea of personal loans, they are still ...

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Best Egg’s July Savings Challenge

Saving is an essential part of a person’s journey to financial wellness. However, it can often fall to the wayside when we’re consumed with making our paychecks work, paying off debt, and navigating life’s unplanned ...

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Financial Resolutions to Make in 2021

To say 2020 was a challenging year would be an understatement. Tough on our mental and physical wellbeing, and even tougher on (many of) our wallets. It’s okay if you didn’t get to achieve the financial goals you set ...

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7 Financial Trainer Recommendations

The Financial Gym is a national, personal financial services company with a fitness-inspired approach. Certified Financial Trainers™ work with clients one-on-one virtually and in physical locations across the country on ...

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5 Common Money Traps to Watch Out For

If you’ve researched debt relief products, loans for borrowers with poor credit, or credit repair services before, you know that there is an abundance of businesses in the market offering this type of support. While most ...

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10 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Monthly Expenses

Looking for a few simple tips that’ll help you save some money on your monthly expenses? You’ve come to the right place! Reducing your expenses can be a challenge, particularly when you’ve grown used to a certain ...

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5 Things to Do Now if You Don’t Have Savings

Barely making your monthly bill payments is stressful enough. There might not be any extra cash around to start stashing away in case of an emergency or just to cover costs. A savings account is meant to help you ...

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