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budgeting tips
Budgeting 101: Skip the Expensive Coffee
Have you ever considered how much money you spend on coffee a week? What if you started making coffee from home, how much money could you make by investing it? The answer is simple: through market returns and compound interest...
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buyers market vs sellers market
Real Estate 101: Buyer’s Market vs. Seller’s Market
Whether you are looking to purchase a home or sell a home, it’s important to understand what kind of market we are in and adjust your expectations accordingly. Purchasing a home is a major life event and being able to...
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should i refinance my mortgage
Refinancing at its Finest: Should I Refinance My Mortgage?
Among the list of the bills individuals pay, mortgage payments are likely to be one people worry about the most. While owning a home is a dream many have, it comes at a cost, and quite a pricy one at...
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debt snowball vs debt avalanche
How to Pay Off Debt: Debt Snowball vs. Debt Avalanche
Debt: just the word itself has the ability to cause stress. Debt can create an overwhelming feeling of dread that just won’t seem to go away. This blog will discuss two popular ways to tackle debt - the debt snowball...
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emergency fund
Do I Need an Emergency Fund?
Do I need an emergency fund? The quick, easy answer is yes. Unfortunately, that tends to lead to more questions such as, what is an emergency fund, why should I set one up, and where do I save the funds...
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