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How To Improve Your Credit Score In 30 Days

Taking Charge of Your Credit Standing There are lots of ways to ensure raising credit score quickly. The main thing is to know where you stand financially and then working around that. It automatically follows that if you have a good credit reputation, then you will have a high credit score.

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Posted by Raven Stewart / Mar 6, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


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Incentives To Personal Financial Education – TOP 10 Must Read Books

My memories of school seemed to have missed one of the most important aspects of life – financial education. There was one class I attended and which had something to do with financial learning. It was how to balance a checkbook. Funnily enough, I have never owned one after 1994! Learning about money and how it worked in society and business was never taught in school. Even today, it’s not a curriculum subject. Bad error.

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Posted by John Loff / Mar 1, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


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Choose Your Life – The Psychology Of Poverty

Imagine that there are two boxes placed in front of you. One box contains the riches with which you can enjoy life. The other contains all the negative aspects.

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Posted by John Loff / Feb 26, 2018 / 1 Comment / Posted in Finance and Psychology


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How To Budget Your Money While In College

Going to a university can be stressful; you have to study for midterm and finals, and on top of that, you have student debt to worry about.

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Posted by Ricardo Calderon / Feb 16, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Student's Corner


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30 Perfect Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas Under $25 For The Loved Ones

Valentine’s Day can be anticipated with joy for many, but for some, it’s a day of approaching horror. Why? No money!

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Posted by Raven Stewart / Feb 13, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Infographics


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Beware Lenders With A High Risk Appetite

It’s quite frustrating to see an interest rate advertised for a personal loan, but getting something completely different when you applied. Lender’s risk appetite is the explanation for that. If a person understands the risk analysis behind it all, it might help them in trying to get a better rate during the application process.

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Posted by John Loff / Feb 7, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


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10 Reasons Why You Should NOT Borrow Money from Friends & Family

As well as obtaining a loan from banks and lending companies, for whatever reason, you also have the option of asking friends and family for assistance. Unlike when borrowing on an official basis, there are no set guidelines on how or even IF interest would be charged, nor would there be any repayment schedule or loan terms.

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Posted by John Loff / Jan 29, 2018 / 4 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


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Meet our Achiever: Amanda Rivera!

Name: Amanda Rivera School: Calhoun Community College, Huntsville AL Major: General Studies Concentration: Elementary Education

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Posted by Janie O'Brien / Jan 25, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Student's Corner


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Meet our Achiever: Ricardo Calderon!

  Name: Ricardo Calderon School: Depaul University, Chicago Concentration: Information Technology Expected Graduation Date: 2020

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Posted by Janie O'Brien / Jan 23, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Student's Corner


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Meet our Achiever: Colleen McMahon!

Name: Colleen McMahon School: Washington State University, Pullman Major: Accounting Concentration: Taxation Degree: Master of Science

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Posted by Janie O'Brien / Jan 23, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Student's Corner