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The 50/30/20 rule (also referred to as the 50/20/30 rule) is one method of budgeting that can help you keep your spending in alignment with your savings goals. Budgets should be about more than just paying your bills on…
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When you are considering leasing a car, your credit history and credit score are critical determinants on whether or not you get approved and the kind of deal you get. Scores of 720 and over translate to the best terms. As the scores get lower, the terms of the lease get less and less favorable. […]
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If youâve been wanting to make a big purchase, but your credit is less than spectacular, you might have looked into Fingerhut as an option.Â Fingerhut is an online catalog and retailer that showcases a multitude of products. On this website, customers can shop for anything from electronics to home dÃ©cor to auto parts. Fingerhut […]
How to Build Credit with Fingerhut is a post from Pocket Your Dollars.
Are you ready to buy a home? Youâre not aloneâin 2019, more thanÂ five millionÂ people bought an existing home. And that doesnât even include the number of people who purchased new construction. The point is, the housing market is always bustling and busy. And if itâs your first time buying a home, it might seem a… Read More
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Summer is the season for pool parties, vacations, and fun. But it’s also the season most people move from one apartment to another. Having a thorough moving-out checklist is one thing, but what should you keep top of mind when you move in? You may have found the perfect apartment and done the apartment walkthrough […]
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