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How to prepare for a recession

Economists are warning of a recession. This post will help you prepare for a higher chance of unemployment, investment losses and general financial instability. First: What is a recession? A recession is a downturn in the economy. On a broader scale, this means that businesses lose money and industry produces less product for two quarters…

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How do I buy stuff I can’t afford?

You may be thinking about buying things you currently can’t afford — or don’t think you can afford, yet. Would you like to buy a home, new car, or go on vacation? What about a college education? Maybe you’re saving up for a divorce, retirement or want to pay off debt. Whatever your goal, take…

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How to save money by negotiating your bills

Choices abound, but we’re taking a look at four companies disrupting how we think about paying bills: TrueBill Arcadia Power BillBargain BillShark Trim These and other bill negotiation services earn money by helping you save yours. Bill negotiation services A bill negotiator is the same way. She takes time to uncover money-saving hacks as if…

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How to repair your credit

So your credit is in the pooper and you need to repair it, likely ASAP. You are not alone. A few years ago Experian reported that 30 percent of scorable people in the United States, or 68 million, have bad or poor credit scores lower than 601.   Free credit score check from Credit Karma…

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The Credit People review

I hear from so many smart, hustling moms who are eager to move out of a crisis situation like a bad relationship, bad job, or bad town, but a low credit score is hampering their efforts. Credit People, a credit repair company, might be able to help. But your credit score is low. Or: Your…

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