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How To Help Your Teen Build Credit

June 30th 2016 by
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Parents tend to believe that the best time to help their children start to build credit is after college.  However, the best time may be when they are still in high school – experts recommend junior year is actually a good time to start.  Take a look at these tips to see how you can help your child build credit to put them ahead of the game. Starting Out The first step to helping your child build credit is by walking them through the basics.  Start having conversations about credit when your children as early as possible and continue to build…

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How Can Your Apple Watch Save You Money?

June 29th 2016 by
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If you have invested in an Apple Watch, or are considering purchasing one, you probably know it has a lot to offer.  See how your gadget can pay for itself with the everyday features that can save you money. Health and Fitness No need to get specialized fitness devices: one of the most popular features of this watch is the fitness tracker.  With other devices being bulky or so small that they’re forgotten, the Apple Watch is convenient and there is no need to worry about switching it to different modes for different activities.  It records your steps and movements and can…

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The Numbers Behind U.S. Jobs

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June 28th 2016 by
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There are some jobs flourishing better than others in today’s ever-changing economy.  It’s great for waiters, bartenders and nurses, but what about everyone else? It seems that the economy continues to produce more jobs in large numbers each month and long-term unemployment numbers appear to be decreasing.  However, things still don’t feel like they are that good. Where Job Growth is Happening The economy has produced 12.4 million jobs since March 2011 in many areas: 2.2 million in leisure and hospitality 1.8 million in accommodation and food services 2.6 million in education and health services 2.1 million in health care and social…

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4 Tips for Building Your Credit

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June 23rd 2016 by
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We all have to deal with credit at some point, especially if we want to borrow money for something, so having a good credit history is crucial. If you are just beginning to build your credit or need to start over, there are a few tips that may be able to help you achieve your goals. Get Good Credit by Association One way to establish a borrowing history is to become an authorized user on a family member or friend’s account who has excellent credit and makes their monthly payments.  If this person is concerned about you having access to their credit, that…

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Boating On A Budget: Staying Afloat Without Drowning In Debt!

June 22nd 2016 by
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With summer officially here, many are eager to get out on the water more. Some boat-owners like to joke that “boat” is an acronym for “bring on another thousand.” This can be an expensive hobby, but also a rewarding one. Let’s look at a few ways to save money while keeping your dream boat from becoming a nightmare. 1.) Avoid stuff labeled ‘marine’ Retailers know people who own boats tend to have a little more disposable income and expect to spend a lot for maintaining their watercrafts. This leads them to inflate prices on boating rope or boat window cleaner.…

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