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Your First Joint Account

  In almost every adult’s life there comes a point when they consider opening a joint bank account. Whether they want to open the account with a parent, sibling, roommate, friend or significant other, they might decide this is a good idea for paying joint bills, saving joint funds and …

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What You Need to Know about Debt Forgiveness

Debt forgiveness, either through a government program or an agreement with a creditor, is a valid way to get out of debt and reduce your overall financial burdens. But it’s not all up side; there are some less-than- positive aspects of debt forgiveness that you need to consider before moving …

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Resources for Consumer Awareness, Part 2

Last week, we talked about some consumer resources that can help you find reviews for products, services and service providers. This week, let’s take a look at some resources that allow you to check out complaints against businesses, get free tools to help improve your financial decision-making skills, and find …

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Resources for Consumer Awareness, Part 1

If there’s one thing we can all be grateful for, it’s the fact that the internet has given us the power to be educated, informed consumers. But if you aren’t sure how to use the internet to learn more about products and vendors, then you’re missing out on this tremendous …

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