Crunching the Numbers: Comparing Car Loans Before You Buy

If you’re in the market for a car loan, it’s essential to understand your options. From deposit amounts and loan terms to interest rates and fees, lots of factors can influence the availability and costs associated with auto loans. Whether you’re purchasing a new car from a vendor or buying a second-hand vehicle in a private sale, making smart decisions from the outset will help you to save money down the road. Continue reading Crunching the Numbers: Comparing Car Loans Before You Buy

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Answers To Your 2021 Stimulus Payment Questions

Millions of Americans will be receiving another stimulus check from the federal government as part of the 2021 American Rescue Plan to help with economic difficulties caused by the pandemic. We know there will be questions. How much will you get? When will the payment arrive? How do you get the money into your account? Continue reading Answers To Your 2021 Stimulus Payment Questions

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Mint vs. Quicken – Which is Best for Your Budget in 2020?

All professional financial advisors agree that it is incredibly important that you make a budget to manage your personal finances.

Nowadays, there are plenty of applications that help you keep your personal finances organized. Two of the most popular pieces of budgeting software on the market today are Quicken and Mint. Not only are they both very popular financial tools, but they are also extremely useful. Continue reading Mint vs. Quicken – Which is Best for Your Budget in 2020?

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Credit Unions & Low-Interest Personal Loans: How the 2 Go Hand-in-Hand

A personal loan is a short-term loan from a lender that you pay back in monthly installments. The length of a personal loan varies as well as the interest rates for borrowing money. Unless your credit is strong enough to qualify for a 0% introductory credit card offer, a personal loan will often be your cheapest option for borrowing money. In fact, the Federal Reserve reports that the average personal loan interest rate is significantly lower than the average credit card interest rate, which was about 16.6% as of February 2020. Continue reading Credit Unions & Low-Interest Personal Loans: How the 2 Go Hand-in-Hand

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