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Do your research when buying your new home to avoid these common money mistakes.
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Apple's voice-activated assistant won't make you rich but it can help you be smarter about your finances without a lot of work.
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Celebrate your promotion if you want, but your new money is best off being used to secure your long-term financial future.
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You can shield your finances from just about any type of disaster imaginable. But not all niche policies are good values.
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With high-interest debt no longer weighing you down, you can truly start to work your way toward financial freedom.
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Your credit score can be a baffling thing. Your score goes up, and it goes down, and it's not always clear what is responsible for the movement.
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Being honest about your financial situation can help you steer clear of long-term money troubles.
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Building your net worth is the path to true financial freedom, and there's a tried-and-true formula to grow it.
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