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9 Pieces of Free Financial Advice That You Shouldn’t Ignore

When I started to take control of my money, the first place I went was online. I learned more about money for free than I ever knew was possible. Since I couldn’t afford a financial advisor, this free financial advice was a lifesaver.

Anna Baluch 10 Feb
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Car Accidents Happen Every Day, and Insurance Doesn’t Always Cover Everything. Here’s What You Need.

If you’ve had a car accident or faced any other unexpected situation, there are a few ways you can use your emergency fund to offset the expenses. Here are some different examples of how you can use your emergency fund to your advantage.

Veneta Lusk 07 Feb
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LendingTree Review 2020: Pros, Cons, and How It Works

Everyone needs a loan at some point in their life. Whether you’re going to college, buying a car, or purchasing a home, debt is a major part of many people’s lives. LendingTree is a user-friendly website that helps people find and compare multiple loan offers.

TJ Porter 10 Jan
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6 Common Pieces of Financial “Advice” That May Actually Be Hurting You

New books, podcasts, and blogs pop up every day with tips on how you should spend, save, and invest your money. While lots of advice is practical and helpful, there is a lot of bad financial advice you should ignore.

Anna Baluch 27 Dec
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18 Financial Goals You Should Absolutely Have in 2020

Setting short term financial goals, and then following through, is key to your long term financial success. Here’s a smart list of financial goals for 2020.

Ben Huber 20 Dec
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12 Places to Get a Free Car for Those in Need

Many people find themselves needing a car but unable to afford one. Fortunately, there are organizations that recognize this and try to bridge the gap by giving away free cars. You do have to demonstrate financial need to qualify for one.

Richmond Howard 16 Dec
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The Pink Tax: Why It Costs More to Be a Woman

The pink tax is the tendency for products and services marketed to women to cost more than those marketed to men. But is the pink tax real? If so, how can you avoid it and possibly repeal it all together?

Jen Smith 18 Nov
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5 Financial Mistakes to Avoid This Holiday Season

According to a recent WalletHub survey, approximately 35 million Americans are still holding onto consumer debt that was racked up from 2018 holiday spending. Here are five common money mistakes to avoid this holiday season so you don’t have to start 2020 with any financial regrets.

Jeff Proctor 18 Nov
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25 Programs to Get Free Money From the Government

If you’re facing a job loss, disability, or other factors that make it difficult to support your family, you may be elligible to get free Government money. According to U.S. Census data, 38.1 million people were living in poverty in 2018.

Jana Lynch 17 Nov
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10 Best Business Books to Read in 2020

The best business books can help entrepreneurs, freelancers, and executives improve their lives at home and on the job. And you don’t have to be an entrepreneur to benefit from these books. Anyone can benefit from improving their leadership, management, and communication skills.

Amy Beardsley 12 Sep