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Insurance advice without the insurance agent
Insurance advice without the insurance agent

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Knowing how to deal with your student loans, whether they are federal student loans or private student loans, over the next year means assembling a timeline of goals and alternatives. Follow this timeline to kickstart your repayment process and be debt free in no time.

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Here’s a completely imagined (and in no way based on real life experience) sleep journal from a new breastfeeding mom. Maybe these fictional journal entries and the real life advice that follows them can help a new parent cope with their desire to sleep.

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If you’re wondering how much that puppy in the window costs but don’t want to get stuck in the financial doghouse, take a look at our breakdown of the total amounts you’ll spend on a dog or cat before bringing one home.

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Babies can often cry for long periods of time and for no obvious reason. It could be colic, which can start when the baby is just two or three weeks old and last until they are three months old. Unfortunately, colic is an overused diagnosis that has become a catch-all term for a fussy baby.

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Your teenager is growing up right before your eyes and this likely means she is also exhibiting more financial independence. Even if you’ve done your best to teach her about money, you may still have one big financial lesson left to go before she heads off to college: How to use a credit card responsibly.

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Applying for life insurance is easy. It takes only a few minutes, and you can go from application to covered in just eight steps.

But in between steps one and eight, you get classified: someone figures out if you actually get the rate you were originally quoted by looking at your health information.

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Whether you're voting for Trump or Hillary, these podcasts will keep you up to date on the latest from the campaign trail!

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Why talk about short-term disability insurance at all? You’re more likely to experience a disability than you might believe – 1 in 4 workers will experience a period of disability before they retire. On top of that, 46% of Americans wouldn’t be able to cover a $400 emergency expense without resorting to credit card debt or a family loan. If you were unable to work due to a short medical emergency, how would you pay for it?

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We use social media for a lot of things: watching cat gifs, complaining to customer service accounts, posting dank memes. But have you ever used it to plan your funeral?
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