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Three Common Home Loan Rejection Reasons

By |September 9th, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

If you have ever applied for a home loan and been rejected, you know how difficult it can be to determine why the loan was rejected. This is because there are many different reasons why a home loan may be rejected. There are numerous lenders currently doing business and each lender uses the lending criteria that they believe is best

Borrowing Tips to Help You Get The Best Home Loan

By |September 3rd, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

With the housing market heating up, more borrowers are looking to get the best home loan that they qualify for so that they can buy a new home. There is a wide range of loans available from various retailers, allowing nearly anyone to find a home loan that they qualify for. If you are interested in getting a home loan,

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Simple Solutions to Life’s Most Stressful Financial Problems

By |August 22nd, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

If you’re losing sleep over money matters, being blinded by stress can sometimes mean you miss the most obvious solutions to your troubles. If you’re worried you might be that person, then take our advice and double-check you’re not missing out on implementing a simple solution to your financial problems. My House Won't Sell So, your house has been on

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Fun Free Games for Your Android Mobile Device

By |August 21st, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

If you have a smartphone or tablet then you have the ability to play games any time you want. There are a bunch of games that cost anywhere from $0.99 to $10. But why pay for games when you have so many options for free!? Here are a few of the best free android games right now, so these can

Steer Clear of Debt by Avoiding These Bad Habits

By |July 30th, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

Every day, people all over the world are using credit cards as a convenient way to pay for the things they need. So why is it some will get themselves in to financial difficulty when using them? Here are a few of the common failings those who find themselves in financial difficulty might recognise and those who want to avoid

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401k Options When You Leave Your Job

By |May 27th, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

You did it! You found a new job with another company and you're ready to start the next phase of your career. You enjoyed you previous employer, but you are just ready for a new challenge. As you are packing up your desk you realize there is one more thing you need to take care of: your 401k. You had

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Home Renovation Projects – Is DIY Actually Cheaper

By |May 8th, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

The following is a post on behalf of Sean Home renovation can cost a fortune and often home owners are unprepared for what they actually need to spend to achieve the anticipated result. Many first time owners budget for improvements that they will carry out themselves, but often this works out to be more expensive than getting a contractor in.

How to Pay for Home Improvements

By |April 1st, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

If you own a home and would like to do some renovations, it can be challenging to come up with thousands of dollars at a time to do some of the bigger renovations such as remodeling a bathroom, changing the layout of the kitchen, or building a new deck. Home improvements can increase the value of your home, and in

Last Minute Tricks to Save on Taxes

By |March 27th, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

With April 15th right around the corner, you might find yourself with a big tax bill staring you in the face. If you have completed your taxes and you are required to send the government a big check, there are two things you may be able to do to change that tax bill into a tax refund as you can

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Life Insurance: Benefits of Buying in Your 20’s

By |March 25th, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

When asked, financial experts will generally recommend that you make a life insurance purchase when you’re gearing up to start a family. However, if it’s your intention to start a family in your 30’s there are definitely some significant play-it-smart financial advantages to purchasing earlier, in your 20’s. After all, what are your 20’s for if not to structurally set