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Articles in March 2018

  1. March 30, 2018

    You may have already started dreaming about ways you could use your refund dollars. But before you start spending, take a step back and consider if there are other ways you can use your refund to improve your financial standing. Learn more from these 10 smart ways you can use your tax refund.

  2. March 29, 2018

    When you get your packet on retirement plans, going through all of the information can feel like learning a new language. Keep in mind, the earlier you start contributing, the more you’ll have for retirement. To help give you a boost, read on to learn more about the options that are available to you.

  3. March 20, 2018

    As you explore bank bonus offers and decide which one to sign up for, it’s crucial to read the fine print so you can avoid the biggest gotchas and pitfalls. Learn more about these 5 fine print details you should absolutely be aware of.

  4. March 12, 2018

    Whether you have to pay for an unexpected car repair or need to a loan to cover the cost of a home improvement, a personal loan can be a smart financing option. But, with poor credit, it can be more challenging to find a lender willing to work with you. If your credit score is less-than-perfect, check out these 5 tips to help you find a loan.

  5. March 8, 2018

    Credit Cards use a number of benefits to entice users to use their credit cards. However, many credit cards offer little-known benefits and unusual enticements that most people aren't aware of and never use. Check out these 8 unusual credit card benefits you should be taking advantage of right now.

  6. March 5, 2018

    While cruise fares can be inexpensive on their own, there are plenty of “extras” and “gotchas” you should prepare for. While some of these added expenses can be avoided, others are just part of the deal. Learn more about the hidden expenses of a cruise.


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