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There's a lot more to personal finance than most of us ever learned in school. Our blog is here to help you hone your skills on the finer points of saving money, borrowing wisely, and charting a course for your future.

New Year's Resolutions for Your Home

Give your house extra attention in the coming year by setting reachable goals that can save money and get you organized.…

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Painting Hacks for Beginners

Use our quick tips for a DIY paint job that looks like it was done by a professional. …

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7 Steps to Organize Your Closet in One Afternoon

Go from cluttered to clean in just a few hours using supplies you have around the house. …

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Housewarming Gifts for New Homeowners

Wow your friends and family with nine fun and affordable gifts they’ll use again and again in their new house.…

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How to us the Debt Avalanche Method to Pay Down Debt Faster

Use the debt avalanche method to save money by paying off high-interest debt first.…

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How to Save up for a Vacation Home

By saving gradually, affording a vacation home—such as a beach or lake house—is possible.…

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What To Know Before Refinancing Your Home In 2022

Many factors play into deciding whether to refinance your home, including interest rates, closing costs and how long you want to stay in your house.…

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DIY Laundry Room Organization & Storage Hacks

Don’t throw in the towel on organizing your laundry room! Our simple laundry room hacks make everyday laundry tasks easier and faster.…

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Why You Should Get Pre-Approved for an Auto Loan

Shopping for a new car, truck or SUV should be exciting. Test driving vehicles helps you imagine yourself behind the wheel of a specific make and model for years to come. …

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Pros & Cons of Leasing Vs Buying A Car

The two most common options when car shopping include leasing and buying. Both options can be tricky to navigate, especially when the monthly breakdown costs look similar.…

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