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Russell

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Binge Finance
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General Finance
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budgeting, calculators, groceries, pragmatism, credit score
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2018

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After I finished working on my new amortization calculator, I decided to test it out on different mortgage terms. I was surprised what I found: you are much more likely to be able to afford a 15-year mortgage than you think. Here is an example to illustrate the difference between 30 and 15 year terms. … A fifteen-year mortgage is cheaper than you thinkRead More » The post A fifteen-year ...
Posted: Jul 30 2018 @ 1:21 PM
After I finished working on my new amortization calculator, I decided to test it out on different mortgage terms. I was surprised what I found: fifteen year mortgages are much more affordable than I thought. Here is an example to illustrate the difference between 30 and 15 year terms. An average mortgage Term: 30 years … A fifteen year mortgage is cheaper than you thinkRead More » The post A ...
Posted: Jul 30 2018 @ 1:21 PM
When it comes to saving money, there are three primary venues to do it: a traditional savings account, a money market account, and a certificate of deposit account. All of these accounts are FDIC insured up to $250,000 if they are coming from a US bank, and they do not lose money due to market … Savings Accounts – Decoding options for saving with certaintyRead More » The post Savings ...
Posted: Jul 20 2018 @ 12:51 PM
When it comes to saving money, there are three primary venues to do it: a traditional savings account, a money market account, and a certificate of deposit account. All of these accounts are FDIC insured up to $250,000 if they are coming from a US bank, and they do not lose money due to market … Savings Accounts – Decoding options for saving with certaintyRead More » The post Savings ...
Posted: Jul 20 2018 @ 12:51 PM
I love to haggle for the lowest price my groceries. I even do it without using invalid coupons and annoying the cashier. Coupons, brands, and cashback deals all are forms of price discrimination. Price discrimination is the process by which businesses offer higher prices to consumers who are willing to pay more and lower prices … Save on Groceries – How to save money on what you’re already buyingRead ...
Posted: Jul 19 2018 @ 9:02 PM
I love to haggle for the lowest price my groceries. I even do it without using invalid coupons and annoying the cashier. Coupons, brands, and cashback deals all are forms of price discrimination. Price discrimination is the process by which businesses offer higher prices to consumers who are willing to pay more and lower prices … Save on Groceries – How to save money on what you’re already buyingRead ...
Posted: Jul 19 2018 @ 9:02 PM
With the advent of online banking, I have found that keeping track of purchases and budgeting is pretty easy. Many banks offer their own mobile apps for checking your account balance, viewing transactions, and depositing checks. My bank also offers special discounts within the mobile app and makes it easy to move money to a … Finance Apps That Track Transactions – Keeping tabs on your moneyRead More » The ...
Posted: Jul 15 2018 @ 9:37 AM
With the advent of online banking, I have found that keeping track of purchases and budgeting is pretty easy. Many banks offer their own mobile apps for checking your account balance, viewing transactions, and depositing checks. My bank also offers special discounts within the mobile app and makes it easy to move money to a … Finance Apps That Track Transactions – Keeping tabs on your moneyRead More » The ...
Posted: Jul 15 2018 @ 9:37 AM
A big part of turning eighteen for me was the ability to have a credit card. I knew that I might have to take out private loans for college as well as possibly buy a house after college and so I wanted to start building my credit as soon as possible. When I applied for … Credit Cards – Finding a credit card and understanding your credit scoreRead More ...
Posted: Jul 11 2018 @ 10:03 PM
A big part of turning eighteen for me was the ability to have a credit card. I knew that I might have to take out private loans for college as well as possibly buy a house after college and so I wanted to start building my credit as soon as possible. When I applied for … Credit Cards – Finding a credit card and understanding your credit scoreRead More ...
Posted: Jul 11 2018 @ 10:03 PM

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