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5 Best Credit Card Sign up Bonuses of 2019

By Mark / a couple of weeks ago

Many of you must be thinking that by providing sign up bonuses, credit card companies are trying to lure you into buying a credit card. This is partially true. But if you buy the right credit card at the right time, you can make some remarkable cash savings. Here are the 5 best credit card […]

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What are some Alternate Revenue Sources for Banks?

By Mark / a few months ago

The alternate revenue sources are an essential part of the income of any bank which increases the profitability of these financial institutions.  These alternate revenue sources play an important role when it comes to competing with other financial institutional. In order to service in the financial market it is quite important for the banks to […]

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Little Ways to Save for your First Home

By Mark / 8 months ago

Saving for your first home can be daunting. People usually buy their first home at a point in their career when they achieve a certain level of financial competence and stability. But, a home is a gigantic investment and it requires proper planning for a good period of time before you can even think of […]

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Reasons Why you Should Start Earning at Early Stage and Save!!!

By Mark / 9 months ago

Earning money at an early stage is a good thing to start with! It can even be your one of the success mantra to grow in life no matter wherever you stand. However, it rarely seen that people at a very early stage start earning due to certain factors such as acceptance of family, education […]

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Secured vs. Unsecured Loans: Which is Best for You?

By Mark / 11 months ago

There are times in your financial life when you will need a loan. There are a lot of good reasons for this, from purchasing real estate to starting a business. There are all kinds of debt out there, from the revolving debt of credit cards to personal loans, equity loans, and more. How do you […]

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Working with the Student Loan

By Mark / 11 months ago

It is great that you have got a job after finishing the college. Now you can be financially independent and support your family. But wait! You had taken the student loan and now its time for the repayment of it. The student loan repayment can add some load on you when you start to earn. […]

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Should you Marry if you have a Student Loan?

By Mark / last year

Come to think about it. Both your student debt and marriage are long term commitments and needless to say – they are inevitably connected to each other. As per the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, around 37% of the participants admitted that they wouldn’t tie the knot unless their student loans are completely paid off. […]

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