Buying your first house is challenging, yet rewarding and well worth the effort! I just bought my very first house, and I’ve got some helpful tips for first time homebuyers. Here are the steps to buying a house for the first time, plus some valuable lessons that I learned firsthand.
All about your debt to credit limit ratio — what it means, all the ways your FICO score could affect you, and how to improve your debt to credit limit ratio and your FICO score. Plus, how to tell if you’ve got TOO much debt!
Closing fees can range from $2,500 to $5,000… or more! Looking for tips on negotiating closing costs? Here’s a list of the home closing costs that can be negotiated, and those that can’t.
If you’d like to make money in the form of a high-interest yield from the money sitting in your checking account, then these tips for finding a bank that offers high interest checking are for you! Here’s how to find a bank offering high interest checking account rates right now, no matter where you live.
Believe it or not, there are quite a few ways that you can save money painlessly, and still be able to cover your basic expenses. Not only is it painless, but it’s easy!
There are some serious disadvantages to using automatic bill pay. For one, it could cost you more money in the long run! I know I’d never use it. Here’s why.
Some software, spreadsheets and iPhone apps to help you manage your money – AND have fun while you’re doing it!
How to simplify your investments if you have multiple accounts.
Before you purchase identity theft insurance, there are a few things you should know first. Some financial institutions provide identity theft insurance for FREE. And there are other ways to protect yourself from identity theft without having to pay a thing!
There is a lot of talk in the news lately about credit card companies that are profiling shoppers and lowering credit limits based on where they shop.