18 Common Terms to Know to Improve Your Financial Literacy

Money is a topic that tends to make most people uncomfortable. Seventy percent of Americans believe it is rude to talk about money. Even married couples don’t talk about money—43 percent say they don’t know what their partner earns, and 36 percent don’t know how much they have invested between the two of them.

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Considering Home Ownership? 8 Things to Look for When Buying a Home

Home ownership is still a core part of the American Dream. In many ways, home ownership provides a degree of financial security. A home is an asset that tends to increase in value, which means that if you buy today, your property could be worth substantially more tomorrow. However, actually buying a home can be frightening, especially for first-time home buyers.

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7 Financing Tips Before You Buy Your First Car

Everyone dreams of the day they get their first car. When you get your license, you can’t wait to ditch the family sedan and have your own wheels. The challenge, of course, is figuring out how to afford a car, either new or used. What are your financial options to achieve automotive freedom?

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