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How To Save For A Real Estate Down Payment: 20 Financial Experts Share Their Tips

SEP 6, 2016 @ 11:59 AM The Little Black Book of Billionaire Secrets Brandon Turner ,   CONTRIBUTOR I show how anyone can succeed at residential real estate investing.   Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.   It was backbreaking work for … Continue reading

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12 Money-Saving Moves That Are Actually More Expensive In The Long Run

  Maya Kachroo-Levine , WOMEN@FORBES I cover personal finance and money issues millennials face. AUG 17, 2016 @ 11:00 AM Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. – 1. Buying cheap household furniture or appliances. It’s difficult to convince … Continue reading

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8 things that will be more expensive next month

MORGAN QUINN Jul 20th 2016 1:00PM X As the summer season starts to wind down, you’ll find plenty of discounts from retailers that are trying to clear their shelves. But that doesn’t mean you’re going toscore a great deal on … Continue reading

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How to Stretch Your Last $20 Until Your Next Paycheck

GoBankingRates By Holly Hammersmith May 8, 2016 Your next paycheck can’t come soon enough. Unfortunately, it’s not here yet and you need to stretch your last $20 until then. If you’re trying to make extreme cuts to your spending, whether … Continue reading

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6 Reasons You Should Still Go to the Bank

WiseBread By Dan Rafter on 6 May 2016   Did your bank close your local branch? It wouldn’t be surprising. According to a report from SNL Financial, banks closed 1,614 U.S. branches in 2015. JPMorgan Chase & Co. led the … Continue reading

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3 Easy Ways to Build an Emergency Savings Fund

  CheatSheet By Sheiresa Ngo May 06, 2016 Life rarely goes as planned, so it’s important to prepare for those moments when you need additional financial cushion. Establishing an emergency savings fund is essential to your financial health. An unexpected illness, … Continue reading

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A Butcher’s 6 Secrets for Saving Money on Meat

Credit.com April 30, 2016 by Adam Danforth When I think about thrift and meat — specifically in the U.S., but increasingly in areas like Europe — the first thing that comes to mind is the devotion folks have to tenderness. … Continue reading

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15 Things You Can Get for Free From the Government

March 24, 2016 by Constance Brinkley-Badgett Government Freebies You’re probably familiar with the various forms of government assistance that are available in the U.S.: Medicaid, student loans, the GI Bill, food stamps. But there are many benefits available to the … Continue reading

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20 Ways to Save for a New Home While Renting

Ditch cable, scale back on your vices and get a roommate. Cameron Huddleston / GoBankingRates March 21, 2016 If you’re renting, but dream of owning a place of your own, you’re not alone. Only one in 10 people who rent … Continue reading

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5 Free (or Almost Free) Ways to File Your Tax Return

Taxpayers can take advantage of online tax software, fillable forms and expert advice at no cost. Volunteer programs offer taxpayers free in-person assistance with filing their tax return. U.S. News By Teresa MearsMarch 10, 2016, at 11:59 a.m.+ More It’s … Continue reading

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