This week in Know Your Mortgage, we examine a very basic yet vital part of getting your mortgage paid off: Amortization. It’s a big word with a simple concept, and we’ll help break it down for you.
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You deserve a pat on the back for donating to tornado relief, but getting scammed into supporting fake charities will have you kicking yourself instead. Read on to learn more!
This Week in Financial Blunders would like to focus on the bigger failures of organization. See how state benefits and name databases have faltered in the past week.
Don’t know the difference between interest rates and APR? Read this week’s Know Your Mortgage: Rates Explained to tell this from that.
It’s been five months since New Years and those resolutions are getting easier to forget about. Losing weight, working out, eating right; it all sounds so great in theory but is so difficult in practice. If you’re lacking motivation to make the healthy choices you know you should, these five apps will re-vamp your attitude by financially rewarding you for achieving personal health goals!
We all struggle with motivation to stay active, but what if you pretend there’s a stack of money danging in front of the treadmill? What if you hopped on your bike and watched your piggy bank expand? Read about these five mobile apps to introduce an innovative form of motivation to your life: money.
If you focus on getting the absolute lowest rate and/or closing costs, you could end up spending a lot more time and money on your loan in the long run.