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Recent Posts

Understanding Mortgages

When it comes to mortgages, there’s a lot to know in order to make an educated decision. Most credit unions, banks, or lending agencies offer specialists to help you understand and set up your mortgage. These specialists are very beneficial for helping you when you’re ready to request a loan. It is also good to […]

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Element Test

The purpose of this HTML is to help determine what default settings are with CSS and to make sure that all possible HTML Elements are included in this HTML so as to not miss any possible Elements when designing a site. Heading 1 Heading 2 Heading 3 Heading 4 Heading 5 Heading 6 [top] Paragraph […]

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Switching Financial Institutions

A Guide to Switching Banks Are you unhappy with your bank’s interest rate or customer service? Switching financial institutions can seem like an overwhelming and time-consuming process, but with a little planning and preparation, it doesn’t have to be. Here are five easy steps to make your transition smooth and painless. Start Your Search With […]

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Building Credit from Scratch

Building credit from scratch can be tricky. Whether you’re a young adult or looking to rebuild credit after a bad setback, building up your credit can feel a little like the chicken and the egg. You can’t get credit if you don’t have a credit score, but you can’t get a credit score if you […]

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Rewards Credit Cards

Are you wishing you had a credit card? Maybe you’re looking into the many options out there for a credit card, but haven’t decided which one to apply for. Or do you have a credit card… and wish you had a different one? Whatever your personal situation, figuring out credit cards can be confusing. Many […]

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Credit Union Shared Branching

A lot of people hesitate to use credit unions because they think that credit unions don’t have many branches. They think that they won’t have access to their money when they need it, or that it will be harder to make deposits, money transfers, etc. Even though people may think these things are true, they’re […]

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