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Credit Tips for Young Adults


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New Tips for Young Adults

    Study: Best Place to Buy School/Office Supplies

    August 27, 2014 - By Cynthia Cohen - Reviews for Student
    Though it might be a bit of an exaggeration, office and school supplies are essentials — for some people, their pens and paper are right up there with food and water. Still, the move toward a paperless society and the rising costs of ink and paper have made stores dedicated to these “essentials” struggle.

    Starter Credit Cards: What's a Good Starter Card?

    August 21, 2014 - By Leah Norris - Tips
    Entering the world of credit can be intimidating. There are a lot of different cards to choose from, tons of complicated terms, and many horror stories about more experienced credit card users struggling to pay off their high-interest debt.

    What to Buy on Labor Day

    August 18, 2014 - By Leah Norris - Tips for Deals
    The start of September offers a reprieve from the first few days of school and gives many of us a moment to reflect on our summer. Retailers know this and will come out in full force on Labor Day weekend to entice you off the lounge chairs and into the malls or onto your computer to shop.

    Best Time to Buy a Mattress

    August 15, 2014 - By Allison Martin - Tips for Sleep Statistics
    Has your sleep haven become a place of fitful tossing and turning because you can’t get comfortable? Your mattress could be preventing you from getting a good amount of shut-eye. It’s usually time to invest in a new mattress if it’s a decade or more old.

    ETrade Review: Best Online Broker?

    August 9, 2014 - By Cynthia Cohen - Reviews for Best Brokerage Accounts
    To help the novice online investor, including those curious about stock trading but tentative about diving in without a parachute, read this in-depth review of E-Trade to see whether it’s a service you may like to try.

    Best Time to Buy a New Car

    August 5, 2014 - By Erin K - Tips for Cars
    Buying a new car is a huge expense, and it can be scary if you’re worried that you might not get the best deal possible. Luckily, there are some surefire strategies for purchasing a new vehicle at the right time. Here are some tips for landing a great deal on some new wheels.

    10 Money-Saving Tips for Moving Out

    August 1, 2014 - By Lori D - Tips for Student
    It’s time to think about move-in day. To make the transition without digging a hole in your wallet, start planning for this big change now.

    Study: Best Place to Buy Tires Online

    July 23, 2014 - Reviews for Cars
    It’s that time again. No, it’s not time to go to the dentist, but it is time for new tires. We are talking not just about new tires, but good tires. Good tires that will ensure your dream car has that added touch, or your in-between junker makes it from your home to point B (whether that’s the mountains, your job, or your kids’ school).

    Best Time to Buy a Used Car

    July 18, 2014 - By Erin K - Tips for Cars
    Buying a car is a huge purchase, so you want to make sure you’re getting the very best deal possible. When you’re convinced that a used car makes the most sense (after all, the value of new car shrinks significantly once you drive off the lot), keep your savvy spending streak alive even further by making your purchase only during certain times of the year.

    Study: Best Place to Buy Furniture

    July 14, 2014 - Reviews for What to Buy in July
    There’s nothing practical about buying furniture. You have to measure your space, shop around for the look you want and the color you’re after, and then you either have to hope that the piece you’re buying will fit in your car or that you can borrow a friend’s truck. Or pay a hefty delivery fee. And then you have to wait for the delivery.

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