Tag: Personal Finance

How Moving Affects Your Taxes
Posted on 09/15/2019
How Moving Affects Your Taxes
Moving to a new home is all about change, from the change of an environment to the change of the interior design. But one of the lesser-known differences is that the moving process affects your taxes. If you move to your new home, you might be able to deduct the expenses of the move on your federal tax...
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What to Know About Alternative Mortgages
Posted on 09/08/2019
What to Know About Alternative Mortgages
Over the years, mortgage options were likely limited to what a person's local bank was willing to offer him or her. But today's new marketplace provides several fresh opportunities. With the continuous influx of alternative lenders, many homebuyers are now fully ready to connect with lenders all over the nation. Online, they can check out several loan systems...
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How to Repair Credit After Bankruptcy
Posted on 08/04/2019
How to Repair Credit After Bankruptcy
No one wishes to go bankrupt, but it sometimes happens. When you understand that bankruptcy is not the end of your financial journey, you will have enough strength to start all over. It can be an opportunity to move forward and develop a better, personal financial plan. Taking the right step is a good measure against any other...
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5 Ways to Invest in Real Estate with Bad Credit
Posted on 05/12/2019
5 Ways to Invest in Real Estate with Bad Credit
A good credit score is essential for anyone who intends to buy a house. It is difficult and almost impossible to buy a home if your credit score is far from good. Future home buyers should note that the majority of lenders won’t grant you a loan if your credit score is not up to 620. Some lenders...
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