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You earned the degree and landed the job. Now you’re ready for the next big step—buying the house. Many first-time homebuyers, however, worry that they can’t afford a house due to student debt.
Use the summer months to build up your savings! Learn how to find and keep a summer job you'll love.
Whether your ideal vacation is lounging poolside, climbing a mountain or touring historical sites, there are ways to save. Here are some of our best money-saving travel tips.
To rent or to buy? It’s the question everyone has to ask themselves when it comes to finding a place to live.
It’s easy to postpone the habit to save, but a solid plan is key to being ready for anything.
If you’ve decided it’s time to buy a home, the first step is not to start looking for a house. The first step is determining how much house you can afford.
Buying your first home can be stressful, but we’ve got some tips to make it better.