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New 100k limited-time offer. The Capital One® Venture® Rewards credit card is their premium travel rewards card with unlimited 2x miles per dollars on all purchases. They just started a 100,000 miles limited-time special offer. Those 100,000 miles can be redeemed as a $1,000 credit towards any travel purchase made with the card (any airline, any hotel, AirBNB stays, Uber rides, no blackout dates). Here are the highlights: 100,000 bonus miles (equal to $1,000 in […]

“It’s the best-kept secret in the real estate industry,” said Mark about becoming a loan signing agent. And I’m inclined to believe him. You can make $100 an hour as a part-time, and the only real requirements are that you know what you’re doing, and you have a notary license. (A loan signing agent is the person who walks you through the giant stack of forms and contracts you have to sign when you close […]

For many of us, cars are something we take for granted. Without cars, our journeys would be so much longer. We’re so used to being able to drive around that without a car, we’d be left clueless. Especially in rural areas, cars are a necessity. Public transport isn’t efficient everywhere, so many of us need cars to get around. However, cars can certainly burn a hole in your wallet. Even a budget-friendly car can require […]

If you’re in the market for an insurance policy and are overwhelmed with all of the types of life insurance options available, don’t worry – you’re not alone. According to Policy Genius, only 57% of American adults have life insurance. More troubling, one-third of those do not have adequate insurance. Being underinsured can be due to the amount of coverage you purchase (experts recommend 10 or more times your annual income), but also the type […]

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Americans collectively owe approximately $1.35 trillion in auto loan debt.  Trillion, with a “T”.  We’ve heard the constant drumbeat of the student loan crisis for a long time now, and rightly so.  Total student loan debt in America is even… The post The American Auto Loan Crisis appeared first on Accidental Fire.

The dreaded four-letter word: “Debt”  Let’s talk about debt and how many financial gurus talk about it as dis-empowering. I paid off a 20 K loan in three months. I want to give context and make it very clear that people get themselves into alums with debt because no one teaches you how to use debt constructively. Falsehoods We Believe About Acceptable Debt We were either taught that debt is free money or shouldn’t […]

According to FICO, as of April 2019 only 22.3% of Americans had a credit score over 800. So the 800 credit score club (the group of people with a FICO score between 800 and 850) doesn’t have that many members. In fact, if you have a FICO score of 800 or higher, your score is in the excellent range. With a score like that you are likely a low risk borrower, and you will normally […]

As a landlord since 2005, I believe in developing a good relationship with my tenants. I treat my tenants as customers and want to provide the best living experience possible. This article provides tips for prospective tenants in a strong rental market. If you are a landlord looking to find great tenants, this article should Read More… The post Tips For Prospective Tenants In A Strong Rental Market appeared first on Financial Samurai.

  Should you put rental properties in an LLC? This is a question I get all the time, especially in the Passive Income Docs Facebook group. For a rental property owner, setting up rental properties in an LLC provides asset protection. However, it doesn’t mean it’s the right move for everyone. In today’s podcast, I’ll share the pros and cons of putting properties in an LLC before making a decision. Now, let’s look at five […]

Managing your credit score should be a part of managing your finances. Learn how your credit score is calculated and what you can to do improve it – and not harm it. The post Managing Your Credit Score appeared first on The Dollar Stretcher.

  This is a guide on how to get out of debt when you’re broke. As you probably know it is very hard to pay off the debt; it becomes more challenging when you’re broke. If you understand the strategies and methods of reducing and eliminating the debt you can easily save a lot of […] The post How to Get Out of Debt When You’re Broke appeared first on The Money Principle.

Mortgage rates continue to be temptingly low. In fact, the topic of historic low rates is published from major publications every day these days. Now certainly seems like a good time as any to refinance your current mortgage, but before you make an appointment with your lender (that’s if you can get them to return your call these days), take the time to ask yourself the following questions. They will help you determine if refinancing […]