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How Big of a Down Payment Should You Make?

When buying their first home, many buyers find that making the down payment is the biggest challenge. As a result, both government and conventional mortgages offer a range of choices based on how much of a loan you qualify for and your credit history. To meet your background, the typical down payment varies from five…

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Being Physically Fit Can Get You Financially Fit

Several studies have discovered a link between physical fitness and financial health. According to CNN Money, members of the workforce who exercise regularly tend to earn higher salaries. Why? When they come into work after a workout, they’re more productive! In particular, men who exercise at least three times a week receive 6% higher pay,…

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Financial Planning for The New Year

Three, two, one! The New Year will be here soon and with it comes the pressure to make resolutions. Most people set goals to lose weight and improve their overall health. This year, why not get your finances in shape first? By following our 5 financial planning tips for 2017, you may be able to…

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Choosing the Right Savings Account for Your Goals

Saving money in uncertain economic times is necessary for the future, but a difficult task for many American families. Adding to the everyday stress of finances, there are many different savings accounts to choose from. If you don’t establish financial goals, it can be a very overwhelming decision. We offer suggestions for the best savings…

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Money Saving Tips for Millennials

According to Student Loan Hero, the average 2016 college graduate has at least $37,000 in student loan debt. As a result, the millennial generation is forced to delay making major purchases, such as a car or home, and starting a family. If you're a recent college graduate struggling to make ends meet, what considerations should…

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