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Make Arrangements for Your Money

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Here are 4 important tips that may help you make arrangements for your money before you pass away:

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How to Take a Trip on a Budget

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Many people enjoy taking trips, but not everyone wants to pay the expensive price tag that comes along with traveling. Here’s a few ways to take a trip while staying on a budget:

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How to Use Direct Deposit to Help You Save

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Do you use direct deposit? If not, here's a few important reasons you might want to check it out!

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Life Insurance: Whole Life vs. Term

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For most people, it can be confusing trying to choose an insurance policy. To better educate yourself about the benefits and risks of the both types, this blog will compare whole life and term life insurance.

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Guest Blog: Smart Year-End Financial Moves You Can Make Right Now

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You probably have plenty to do at the end of the year, from holiday parties to family visits. Even so, it is a good idea to set aside time for financial planning. The money moves you make at the end of the year can have an impact that lasts well into the new year and beyond.

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10 Tips to Buying Your First Car

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Nothing feels better than getting your first car, it is one of life’s most memorable moments. Being a first time buyer in today’s world gives you countless options, all available at your fingertips. The road map below will help you navigate the process of purchasing your first car.

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6 Tips for Selling Your Car

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Selling a car is more than taking a few pictures and posting them in a classified ad. The seller should consider the key points a buyer will be interested in such as price, the appearance of the car and how the vehicle has been maintained. Below are several tips to assist you in selling your car like a professional salesperson.

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6 Tips for Protecting Your Identity

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What Is Identity Theft? Identity theft is when a person’s private information is fraudulently acquired and used by another person. This information includes financial, medical and public data. Among these are a person’s social security, driver’s license number, home address, date of birth and name. nything can be stolen. Identity theft can occur as a result of stolen mail, phishing scams, data breaches, computer viruses, etc. Thieves steal personal information with the intent to commit fraud, drain accounts or do other unlawful activities in someone else’s name.

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12 Fast Tips for Creating and Protecting Passwords

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We are living in a world that is completely password driven. A world where characters that are used in passwords make a huge difference in whether you can access data, communicate with your friends or make purchases online. You often hear that you should use strong passwords online, but what makes a password strong?

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Guest Blog: Hidden costs new homeowners may overlook (and how to avoid them)

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After months or years of diligent money management, you saved up enough to buy your first home (maybe you even contacted one of BALANCE’s Certified Financial Coaches for guidance). Now you get to enjoy the stability of homeownership, and the prospect of having a healthy financial asset once it’s paid off.

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