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4 Ways to Subsidize College Education

  November 21, 2013  |    #Eliminate Debt

College tuition has skyrocketed over last couple of decades.  While median family income since 2002 has risen only 1.9%, the average annual growth for state college tuition has risen about 8%.  For the 2013-2014 academic year, the annual increase dropped to 2.9%.  This positive anomaly is good for college students, but it is still higher than the median family income rise by 1%.

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A Formula for Refinancing

  November 6, 2013  |    #Eliminate Debt

This calculation takes into account tax deductions.  It’s good to know if your refi is worth the investment before applying.  Many people refi to lower monthly payments, but there are other considerations, too. SharePinTweetFlipShare0 Shares

We Are The Consumption Society

  November 5, 2013  |    #Eliminate Debt

Rick Newman has the perfect title for this article: New Thanksgiving Tradition: Never Stop Shopping.  Perfect and, yet, sad.  If you have other financial goals than blowing money, you can call a hiatus on the holiday gift-giving.  Our family did and so far no one has died.  The kids will get gifts; adults will take …

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New Ways to Access and Analyze Credit Scores

  November 5, 2013  |    #Eliminate Debt

In addition to going directly to Experian, Transunion Equifax and Credit.com, you can now go through FICO Score Open Access Lender to request your credit score information.  Open Access will highlight the “two most important factors impacting your credit score”, which is helpful if you’re trying to improve your credit score. Before applying for any …

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