How to Finance a Car Without Credit

If you don’t have access to great public transit, you need a car. The only catch is that cars are expensive. People who can afford them either have the cash saved up, good credit, or a little of both. Otherwise, options for purchasing a car can be seriously limited....

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5 Ways to Avoid Costly Car Repair Services

Your car is one of your most expensive and important material possessions. If your city doesn’t have adequate public transportation, a car is essential to go to work, run errands, and more. But are you giving your car the attention it deserves?  Maintenance is a...

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Paying Off Medical Debt You Can’t Afford

Medical debt can be one of the heaviest burdens to carry. Today, the high cost of treatment in the United States causes some to avoid receiving the treatment they desperately need. If they already have medical debt, they will be even more reluctant.  Why is medical...

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Getting Medical Help When You’re Broke

When you don’t have much income, dealing with health issues is a major gamble. Do you spend money on healthcare now to treat or diagnose your problem? Or, do you wait and hope that the condition doesn’t get worse? If you do wait, are you risking an expensive emergency...

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Finding the Right Financial Option for Senior Care

As Baby Boomers, one of the biggest generations in American history, cross into retirement age, paying for healthcare is a major concern. On top of that, early Gen Xers are getting to an age where they are considering their retirement options. Senior care is an...

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Dealing With Car Repair Costs When You’re Broke

With gas, insurance, and maintenance, owning a car is already expensive. But if you need repairs or just got in an accident, it may take hundreds or even thousands of dollars before it’s road-ready again. Hitching a ride to work can’t last, and buying a new car is...

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Dealing with Unexpected Expenses When You Have Bad Credit

You’ve made your car payment, paid your rent, and put money toward other bills. You don’t have much money left over, but you’ll at least make it to next month. Then, it happens. Your car transmission fails, your kid breaks their leg, or your house floods. No matter...

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5 Painless Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

It’s strange to think that that three main companies (Experian, TransUnion and Equifax) control your ability to get a personal loan for whatever you need. There are other credit reporting agencies like FICO, but in general, all of the major agencies will...

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