Money Management Tips and Finance Basics
Confused when it comes to managing your money? Learn how to save, budget, get out of debt, and more.
Follow these six straightforward steps to achieve a lifetime of financial goals, from paying off credit cards to retiring to Florida (or the carefree paradise of your choice).
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Learn the difference between a home-equity loan, a line of credit, and more.
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You don’t need as long as you think to get your financial life in order. Just squeeze in these 12 easy moves—some of which take a mere 15 minutes to tackle.
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Foolproof solutions to your financial dilemmas.
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A step-by-step guide to paying down debt.
- Transfer your balance to a low-rate card. But only under certain circumstances. A zero percent teaser offer can be a good option if you plan to pay off your balance completely and you don’t charge anything else on the card. However, make sure that the lender is not charging any balance transfer fees, and beware: Terms can be changed at any time.
- Negotiate a lower rate. It’s possible if you have good credit.
- Close unused cards. If you never use a credit card, close the account and cut up the card to discourage identity theft. Make sure to get rid of newer cards first; a lengthy credit history with a single lender helps to improve your credit score.
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