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I Due: How to Tackle #StudentLoanDebt Without Sidelining Your Marriage 
 
#Gettingmarried this fall? Congratulations! Just be warned – there comes a moment in every autumn wedding where half the guests suddenly slip away to watch the big game (just follow the cheers to find your wedding party).
Football is actually pretty apropos for a wedding – after all, in both football and marriage, you’re either tackling things together or you’re being tackled by them. #Money is a common example of this (in #marriage, not football), as the growing number of couples dealing with #studentloan #debt can attest.

Read More: http://credit-debt-consolidation-loans.com/blog/2015/10/15/i-due-how-to-tackle-student-loan-debt-without-sidelining-your-marriage/
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The Best Alternatives to #MIT for #ComputerScience Programs in Boston

We did our research and put together a list of computer science programs in the Boston area that would be great alternatives. We looked at the quality of the program but also the value of it as determined by how much #debt graduates took on compared to their starting salaries in the industry, also known as debt-to-income ratio. Some #schools are obvious choices but others may surprise you and present a great value.

Read More: http://credit-debt-consolidation-loans.com/blog/2015/10/07/the-best-alternatives-to-mit-for-computer-science-programs-in-boston/
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6 Ways to Avoid Unwanted ‪#‎Credit‬ Surprises after a ‪#‎Divorce‬

Credit files and scores don’t merge as the result of ‪#‎marriage‬, and likewise are not automatically affected in any way when you divorce. However, some scenarios that are common for divorcing couples can wreak havoc on credit. The process of separating your own ‪#‎finances‬ and #credit from your former spouse’s might take many years, and some risk to your credit is present until the separation is complete. Here are common scenarios and the strategies that will help you protect your #credit from nasty surprises.

Read More: http://credit-debt-consolidation-loans.com/blog/2015/09/25/6-ways-to-avoid-unwanted-credit-surprises-after-a-divorce/
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‪#‎PersonalLoan‬ Or ‪#‎HomeEquityLoan‬ for ‪#‎HomeImprovements‬?

Maybe you’ve spent too much time watching HGTV and now have visions of turning your kitchen into a chef’s paradise. Or perhaps your master bath is just one shower away from disaster.
If so, you’re not alone. The Joint Center of Housing Studies for Harvard University recently reported that the home improvement industry should post record-level spending in 2015. For many people, that means borrowing money to pay for those improvements.

Read More:http://credit-debt-consolidation-loans.com/blog/2015/07/24/personal-loan-or-home-equity-loan-for-home-improvements/
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What You Can Teach Your Children Right Now About #Credit

Are you teaching your children about how to handle #money but not about how to handle #credit? It is certainly tempting to try to protect your kids from money mistakes by keeping them away from #creditcards—or by not even talking about credit at all. However, by doing so, you might be missing an important teaching opportunity.

Read More: http://credit-debt-consolidation-loans.com/blog/2015/09/12/what-you-can-teach-your-children-right-now-about-credit/
Feel like you are throwing away money? Here are 10 tips on using credit cards the right way:
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Considering A Grad ‪#‎SchoolLoan‬? This Factor Can Help You Decide

While there are many non-monetary things to consider, like impact on professional development and job satisfaction, it’s important to keep the big picture in mind. Given the high cost of grad school (often accompanied by #studentloan #debt), having a sense of the financial outcome the degree will provide can help you make a more informed decision about making such a big investment.

Read More:http://credit-debt-consolidation-loans.com/blog/2015/09/15/considering-grad-school-this-factor-can-help-you-decide/
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Should You #BuyaHome Before Year-End? 4 Reasons to Consider Taking the Plunge

With the dog days of summer behind us, the #realestate market should soon be experiencing an end-of-season cool-down. But that doesn’t mean prospective #homebuyers should cool off, as well.
If you’ve been thinking about #buyingahome, taking the plunge before year-end could save you money, give you extra negotiating power and potentially even increase your future take-home pay. Here are three things that make the fourth quarter of 2015 a great time to buy a home.

Read More: http://credit-debt-consolidation-loans.com/blog/2015/10/07/should-you-buy-a-home-before-year-end-4-reasons-to-consider-taking-the-plunge/
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How to Pay Off ‪#‎StudentLoans‬ Faster Using Momentum

Paying off student loans is all about momentum and resourcefulness. Staying current on your payments—or ideally getting ahead of them a bit—can give you the motivation you need to tackle and clear your ‪#‎studentloandebt‬ quickly.

Read More:http://credit-debt-consolidation-loans.com/blog/2015/09/28/how-to-pay-off-student-loans-faster-using-momentum/
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5 Online ‪#‎FinancialCalculators‬ to Power Your ‪#‎PersonalFinances‬

Are you wondering how much money you can save if you refinance student loans? How many years you have to keep saving to retire comfortably? Should you rent or buy? Sure, you could take pen to paper or punch some numbers into a calculator in order to figure out how long it would take you to do these things. But for most of us, time is a precious commodity that we’d rather not waste on such manual tasks.

Read More: http://credit-debt-consolidation-loans.com/blog/2015/09/23/5-online-financial-calculators-to-power-your-personal-finances/
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How to Pay Off ‪#‎StudentLoans‬ Faster Using Momentum

Paying off student loans is all about momentum and resourcefulness. Staying current on your payments—or ideally getting ahead of them a bit—can give you the motivation you need to tackle and clear your ‪#‎studentloandebt‬ quickly.

Read More:http://credit-debt-consolidation-loans.com/blog/2015/09/28/how-to-pay-off-student-loans-faster-using-momentum/
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