Common Ways Your Identity Can Be Stolen and What to Do About It

August 16, 2016

Identity theft isn’t always at the top of our worries list (which seems to annoyingly expand on a daily basis), but as the years go on, the problem only seems to get worse. The more advanced our security systems get, the more wily identity thieves seem to become. Identity theft is probably more common than […]

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What to Consider Before You Switch Insurance Plans

August 15, 2016

Whether you have to wait until open enrollment to change your health insurance coverage or your coverage allows you to switch at any time, there are a few things to consider before jumping ship on your medical insurance. Often, the plan you enroll into has a period of time that you are “locked into” the […]

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How to improve your credit score in 5 easy steps

August 8, 2016 Your credit score is important, and you’ll want to protect it as best you can. With a decent credit score, you can apply for a mortgage, loan, credit card or bank account with relative ease. If a bank or lender sees a poor credit score on your file, this could affect your ability to […]

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How Settlement Loans Can Help You

August 8, 2016

It is no secret that lawsuits cost a lot of money. And unfortunately, they are needed most by people who do not have the financial support to survive otherwise. Even if you have adequate proof and the upper hand in the case, it could take months, maybe even years until the lawsuit is settled and […]

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5 Things All Successful Binary Options Traders Have in Common

August 3, 2016

Binary options trading isn’t for everyone. If you want to be a success, you’ll need to adopt some of the habits of truly successful binary options traders. Here are five such traits they all have in common. Consistency When most people think of successful binary options traders, they tend to imagine something more like a […]

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Catching Some Rays: Top Tips for Saving for Your Next Holiday

August 2, 2016

You work hard for most of the year so those few weeks of holiday are a welcome break and an excellent opportunity to catch some rays, but the bank balance doesn’t always match your destination aspirations. Making up the shortfall in your finances so that you can take a well-earned trip with some short-term funding […]

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Retire early and withdraw from your 401k without penalty.

August 1, 2016

Remember that time I wrote a post about why I hate my Roth IRA and why I would probably never contribute to it ever again. But then, like a week later, I wrote a follow-up post saying I still hate my Roth IRA, but I’ll probably keep contributing to it for the foreseeable future. Or […]

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