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Financial planning is easier if you know whether or not you're getting a federal tax refund.
Ensure you have enough money to get you through your golden years.
Estimate the size of your retirement nest egg.
After you've saved enough for retirement, you'll want a spending plan.
Both types of IRAs offer tax benefits. Which one is best for you?
Your retirement lifestyle will likely depend on how much you're able to save.
Saving decisions that you make today will have a big impact on your future.
Knowing where your money goes can help you take steps toward saving more.
See which one of these popular mortgage types suits your financial lifestyle.
It's more than just a loan. Add up the total amount you'll spend on a housing payment each month.
Looking forward to being debt-free? Find out when that might happen.
Home ownership isn't for everyone. In some cases, it might make more sense to rent.
You might be able to reduce your monthly housing payments by refinancing your mortgage.
Looking into refinancing your mortgage? See if it’s a smart move for you.
The sticker price is just one factor. See how much your next car might cost on a monthly basis.
Is vehicle leasing really a cheaper option? Make sure you factor in all the possible fees.
There are several ways to get financing for your next car. See which one works best for you.
Shopping for a loan? It's a good idea to compare rates and terms.
Will consolidating your debt save you money?
See how paying off your card balance can save you money.
A good policy is a smart part of every financial plan. See how much coverage you might need.
Is your money working hard enough? Figure out how much income your investments might provide.
Higher education costs are skyrocketing. See if you're saving enough to cover future tuition bills.
See how much you need to save each month to reach your goals.
Certificates can be solid investments. Compare the dividends on certificates of various terms.
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