College kids wanting to make extra money can always drive for Uber or deliver food for DoorDash, Grubhub or similar apps. They can also bus tables, wait tables, work in commercial kitchens or provide childcare, of course. But traditional jobs have become scarcer during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are five less obvious ways college entrepreneurs [â¦]
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The holidays bring a lot of excitement and cheer. But is also a time characterized by a lot of spending. Statistics show that holiday spending goes up every year in the last few years. Unfortunately, holiday expenditure can take a big chunk out of your credit card. It may feel great while the holidays last […]
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Itâs time for a new mortgage match-up. Since paying down the mortgage early seems to be so en vogue these days, it makes sense to compare â20-year mortgages vs. 30-year mortgages.â The most common type of mortgage is the 30-year fixed. It amortizes over 30-years and the mortgage rate never changes during that time. Each [&hellip
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With mortgage rates at or near all-time record lows, youâve likely pondered a refinance if youâre an existing homeowner. But you probably have a lot of questions too, especially if itâs your first time refinancing a home loan. Letâs clear up some of the confusion by tackling some of the most common refinance questions out [&hellip
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If youâre scratching your head wondering why home prices continue to go up and up, consider the fact that itâs actually cheaper now than it was a year ago. Itâs also less expensive to own a home today than it was back in 2019, 2018, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, and even during parts of 2004. [&hellip
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We’re all looking for an angle, especially if itâll save us some money. Whether itâs a stock market trend, a home price trend, or a mortgage rate trend, someone always claims to have unlocked the code. Unfortunately, itâs usually all nonsense, or predicated on the belief that what happened in the past will occur again [&hellip
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In case you havenât been paying attention, the housing market is en fuego. This is actually nothing new. Itâs been pretty red hot for years now, and home prices have risen consistently for about a decade since they bottomed around 2012. But amazingly, the housing market has become even more competitive lately, despite us being [&hellip
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Theyâre certainly not as romantic to discuss as your dream house or your honeymoon, but prenups and postnups can be a financial lifesaver in the event your marriage does come to an end. Both prenups and postnups are about figuring out who gets what if you and your spouse get divorced. But these two types […]
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