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Budget-Wise

How to Get a Personal Loan

March 17, 2023. Andrew Sheldon

Are you in the need of some extra funds? Taking out a personal loan may be the right move. Here’s how to do it.

Homeowner's Insurance

Why Did My Home Insurance Rate Go Up?

February 22, 2023. Marisa Perjatel

If you are wondering why your home insurance rate has increased, the short answer is: It’s a sign of the times.

Mortgages

Is Home Equity Loan Interest Tax Deductible?

February 02, 2023. AAA Staff

Whether the interest paid on a home equity loan or credit line is tax deductible depends primarily on one factor.

Retirement

Money Mistakes to Avoid in Retirement

November 11, 2022. Meredith Bethune

Ready for retirement? Consider these factors when planning to get the most from your savings.

Mortgages

First Comes Mortgage, Then Comes Marriage 

October 25, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

Is buying a home with your significant other before getting married a good idea? It can be, but only if you’re financially protected.

Mortgages

How a Reverse Mortgage Can Give You a Comfortable Retirement

October 14, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

A reverse mortgage can allow you to use the equity you’ve built up in your home to fund the retirement of your dreams.

Mortgages

You Bought (or Sold) a House! What to Expect on Closing Day

August 09, 2022. Shantal Riley

A rundown of business that needs to be taken care of on closing day and what you can do to prepare.

Life Insurance

Life Insurance and the Game of Life

May 28, 2022. Sarah Hopkins

Life insurance helps you plan for the future, but the future is changing all the time. Here are some milestones that might cause you to reconsider your life insurance needs.

Mortgages

What to Expect When Buying a Flipped House

May 16, 2022. Chris Wood

From good bones to remodels to a fresh coat of paint, here’s what home buyers need to know when buying a flipped house.

Credit Cards

What Does and Doesn’t Affect Your Credit Score

November 01, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

There are five primary factors that can boost or lower your credit score.