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Understanding APR

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Dear Dollar Stretcher, Most of us have at least one mortgage these days, but there is so much confusion over the interest. It seems that by the time you’ve paid off your mortgage, the interest costs more than your home. I would love to know how the interest is calculated and how it can end up being way more than ... Read More »

Forgotten Regulations That You Can Use to Make Your Creditors Treat You Fairly

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If you are concerned about the way credit card companies and other lenders do business, you will be pleased to discover a little known regulation enacted for your protection. Regulation Z, or the Truth in Lending Law, regulates certain credit card practices and helps you know the true cost of credit and achieve a fair and timely solution to credit ... Read More »

Guest Post – Mortgage Tips and Money Saving Advice

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Tom McConnon contacted me recently and wanted me to share this post with you. If you would like to contribute a guest post, you can contact me here. If you are a first-time home buyer, a mortgage may seem like an overwhelming and intimidating thing if you do not fully understand what it is. Here we break down confusing mortgage ... Read More »

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