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Money: How To Get Cash With A Poor Credit Rating

We all know how difficult it can be to obtain funding when you have a poor credit rating. In the US, reporters claim that around forty-five million Americans have no credit score at all. So, it’s become a real issue for the average person in this country. Today, we’re going to show you that all […]

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Money: Paying Down Student Loan Debt by Volunteering

A small nonprofit called SponsorChange has found a way to help college graduates battle student loan debt while volunteering. SponsorChange empowers volunteers by creating a new pathway to meaningful skill-based project opportunities at various organizations, while at the same time helping volunteers raise the funds they desperately need to pay down their student loan debt […]

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Careers: Five Reasons to Choose the Financial Sector

If you are a movie buff with a knack for numbers, you must have watched the antics of Leonardo DiCaprio in the Wolf of Wall Street. In fact, it also likely that you watched other finance based thrillers such as Oliver Stone’s Wall Street, Margin Call, and Trading Places among others. The Beauty of a […]

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Money: Consider Auto Insurance Before You Buy Your Next Car

Before you slide behind the wheel of that fabulous new sports car, think about how much it is going to cost you in auto insurance. Most people only factor in the monthly loan payments when considering if they can afford a new vehicle. However, car insurance is a major expense that could break the budget […]

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Money: Don’t Let Student Loans Ruin Your Life

According to the Department of Education, more than 7 million students in the U.S. defaulted on their college loans during the end of the fourth quarter of 2015 which is certainly not surprising at all. The average amount of loan default has exceeded $15,000. According to a report by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau late last […]