How do Medical Bills Affect Your Credit

How do Medical Bills Affect Your Credit? Getting sick or injured may prevent you from going to work and performing other important activities.  Whether it’s a broken bone or pneumonia, you need to get that checked out and treated.  Many people have medical insurance, which can be helpful in offsetting some of the costs of […]

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Time Can Improve Any Credit Score

Time Can Improve Any Credit Score The easiest method to improve your credit score is to pay your payments on time or reduce your credit card amount. The basic rule is that the higher your credit score, the more likely you are to get approved for a loan. However, everyone’s recovery period for a missed […]

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Emergency Fund Amount

Emergency Fund Amount A general rule of thumb is having 3 to 6 months of living expenses in savings. This article will explain the reasons why this is considered a good emergency fund amount, and give some suggestions about how to go about saving. Why do you need an emergency fund account? The first thing […]

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How to Negotiate Medical Bills

How to Negotiate Medical Bills The typical American household pays more than $5,000 annually for health insurance according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. But it is not all of them that pay for health insurance. So what really happens to this group of people? The good news is that paying off the hospital and […]

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10 ways to make extra income

Are you ready to start earning more money this year? Whether you want to be more aggressive about paying off student or installment loans, dig yourself out of credit card debts, save for a down payment or vacation, earning extra money on the side is a smart strategy for working toward your goals. Let’s look […]

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