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3 uncomplicated ways to pay off mortgage faster

3 uncomplicated ways pay off mortgage faster

How would you like to be able to pay off your mortgage few years earlier? Mortgages are one of the very few types of good debt. They’re huge financial commitments, but in return, you get to become the owner of your own home. One typical particularity though is, the debt […]

9 monthly expenses we can live without

9 monthly expenses can live without

What would life without bills be like? Have you ever thought about which monthly expenses you could live without? Certain bills are, without doubt, unnecessary. Reminiscing about old times often makes us think about how our parents didn’t sneeze if they didn’t have a smartphone bill to pay. Our grandparents […]

25 practical tips to save money on gas bills

25 practical tips to save money on gas bills

Saving money on gas bills is possible! Utility bills are among the highest expenses of a household, so knowing a few practical tips can help you save a lot of money in the long run! Gas bills are part of a family’s budget all year long. In winter, however, costs […]

Why Buying Gold Can Be a Smart Option for Retirement Savings

Why Gold Can Be a Smart Option Retirement Savings

Today we have a guest post from David. David Warren is the senior writer and lead researcher at HardStacks. He has been a financial engineer for over 30 years and has been investing in alternative assets since the Great Recession of 2008. He has a true passion for learning about economic […]

The Best Ways To Save Smart For The Future

The Best Ways To Save Smart For The Future

Some people are able to start saving money as early as 3 years old; you might remember when you were young how your parents would encourage you to drop a penny into your little piggy bank, and what discipline that took! However, as we grow older, it’s important to learn that when […]

Quick guide to saving money: 7 simple ways

Quick guide to saving money

Today we have a guest post from James. James is a finance blogger and writes about personal finance tips and everything about money management. Getting started is always a challenge when it comes to saving money. It’s never too late though, and there is no rule to follow. You can start with […]

The nuts and bolts of reverse mortgages

The nuts and bolts of reverse mortgages

Reverse mortgages are presented as useful financial tools that could help the elderly in times of financial crisis. Why the elderly? Because you’d have to be at least 62 to qualify for a reverse mortgage loan. This type of mortgage is designed to help retirees get back on their feet […]

How to Save More and Spend Less Effectively?

Save More and Spend Less Effectively

Today we have a guest post from Mukul. Mukul Malik is a Real Estate Entrepreneur who likes writing about Real Estate, Finance, and Digital Marketing. He runs a popular Real Estate Blog assetyogi.com and lives in New Delhi, India. One word that is used extensively is “budget”. It is a word that defines your savings and […]

Reasons to Consider Consolidating Student Loan Debt

Today’s guest post is from Josh Wilson. Josh blogs about personal finance on FamilyFaithFinance.com. The latest figures on student loan debt in the U.S. are staggering. More than 40 million Americans now carry some form of student loan debt, averaging just over $35,000 each. To make matters worse, most student loan borrowers […]