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  1. How to Establish (or Reestablish) Good Credit

    How to Establish (or Reestablish) Good Credit

    If you don't have a credit score or credit history, there are a variety of ways that you can build one. Some of these options may or may not be open to you depending on your age and income, but one or more of the options should be available to you. Additionally, so long as you're careful about it, there's no reason you shouldn't be able to use several of these methods to build a solid credit score.

  2. Should I Use a Personal Loan to Start My Business?

    Should I Use a Personal Loan to Start My Business?

    When you have a great idea for a business, the biggest roadblock to your success is money. Depending on how much you need to get started, a personal loan may be a good option to consider. But before you fully commit, take a look at this list of pros and cons to make sure it’s right for you.

  3. 9 Ways to Get Married for Less

    9 Ways to Get Married for Less

    If you’re someone who isn’t too keen on spending money you don’t have (or borrowing money) for your wedding day, it’s smart to look for ways to whittle down costs. Here are nine ways to get married for less.

  4. Capital One Makes it Easier than Ever to Start Building Your Credit

    Capital One Makes it Easier than Ever to Start Building Your Credit

    Capital One just launched two brand new student credit cards just in time for kids that are heading off to school. For those of you that are looking to get a credit card for the very first time, there are several factors that you should look at and decide what is most important to you and fits your financial needs the best.

  5. Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card Review

    Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card Review

    The Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card can take your savings efforts even further since it gives you cash back on everything you buy — and especially on Amazon.com purchases. Should you sign up? Keep reading to learn how this card works and the pros and cons of using it for all your purchases.


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