Monthly Archives: January 2014

How to pay off your mortgage earlier

If you listen to any financial guru on talk radio or see them on financial shows on cable news, almost all will generally advise homeowners to pay off their mortgages early, if possible. How much you save depends on the … Continue reading

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Weird things can affect your credit score

Attaining and maintaining a good credit score is important because you could get a lower interest rate on your mortgage, potentially saving you tens of thousands of dollars over the life of your mortgage. In order to get the highest … Continue reading

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Tax breaks expire for homeowners

If you keep a sharp eye out, you’ll notice that you’ll be paying more taxes soon – not this year, but next – if members of Congress don’t act in 2014 to prevent it. Which means you’ll be paying more … Continue reading

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Tips for moving in winter

For many people moving during the winter is – if you’ll excuse the pun – a cold reality. It seems that more companies transfer personnel during the first two months of the year. This means that a lot of moving … Continue reading

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