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Tag: financial

Student Lending

New FAFSA Form Rollout a ‘Bumpy Ride’ But Don’t Give Up

April 11, 2024. AAA Staff

Filling out a FASFA form is one of the most important, yet often confusing and underutilized steps in the college enrollment process.

Life Insurance

6 Myths About Life Insurance You Probably Believe

April 10, 2024. Robert Yaniz Jr

We wouldn’t recommend staking your life insurance against faulty information.

Homeowner's Insurance

It’s Time to Spring Clean Your Insurance Policies

April 04, 2024. Robert Yaniz Jr

As you are organizing and refreshing for the warmer months ahead, take time to review your insurance policies.

Student Lending

AAA Answers All Your Student Lending Questions

April 03, 2024. Andrew Sheldon

Securing financial aid can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. AAA pros provide all the answers you need to successfully navigate the process.

Savings

How to Spend Your Tax Refund

April 02, 2024. Ellen R. Delisio

Tips for getting the most out of your extra cash, whether it’s treating yourself to a beach vacation or building up your savings.

Auto Loans

The Pros and Cons of Refinancing a Car

March 22, 2024. Andrew Sheldon

Refinancing a car loan can prove to be a worthy financial decision, but be careful that it doesn’t cost you in the long run.

Mortgages

Why Use a Mortgage Broker?

March 20, 2024. Ellen R. Delisio

Home financing is complex, but mortgage brokers can save you time and stress.

Auto Loans

Should You Buy Out Your Car Lease?

March 17, 2024. Andrew Sheldon

The end of your lease agreement doesn’t have to mean saying goodbye to a good car – and it could be a smart financial move.

Budget-Wise & Life Insurance

How To Save Money on Life Insurance

March 13, 2024. Sarah Vincelette

Get all the benefits and peace of mind from your life insurance policy – without straining your budget.

Auto Insurance

What Is GAP Insurance?

March 01, 2024. Marisa Perjatel

If you’re in the market for a new car, you may want to consider GAP insurance. Learn more about this optional coverage and how it could save you money.