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An exciting transformative period awaits you as you brace up for your college life. It’s more than an academic journey, given that more significant social and financial exposure requires you to cultivate responsible money-management skills. You might sometimes feel overwhelmed as you try to balance your social life, studies, and financial responsibilities. Regarding financial literacy...
If you are a high schooler preparing for college, investing in higher studies would be one of your most significant financial commitments. With escalating college costs, rising tuition fees, and many associated expenses, how do you plan to manage your money? Thankfully, high schoolers and college freshers now have access to powerful fintech tools. Recent...
It’s not uncommon to hear horror stories about ruined credit scores caused by credit card debt. After all, It’s important to remember that using credit cards comes with some risks, and you may be nervous if this is your first time using one. Most notably, falling into credit card debt. However, taking advantage of rewards, points, and...
There are a lot of good reasons to improve your credit score. It can help you secure an apartment, qualify for a mortgage or car loan, and pay less for home and car insurance. I can also help you negotiate better rates and terms on financed purchases. It may even let you access more valuable...
For many people, retirement is a time for exploration and adventure, and a well-earned opportunity to finally travel to those longed-for and dreamed-about locations. Yet choosing a retirement travel destination can be a complex process. You’ll want to consider several different factors, including budget needs, health limitations, weather concerns, and more. It’s easy to feel...
What are your plans for your retirement years? According to the 2022 Transamerica Retirement Survey, the top two retirement goals are “traveling” and “spending more time with family and friends.” But to reach those goals, you’ll need to know how to plan for saving money. Unfortunately, over half (55%) of Americans admit they’re behind in their retirement...
Have you recently come into some extra cash? It doesn’t matter whether you’ve inherited money, earned a bonus, or sold your house for a profit. Having this spare money gives you a wonderful opportunity to build up your savings or solidify your retirement plan. But, when it comes to choosing the right place to stash...

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