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Can consumers save money on moving costs?

Every year, millions of Americans may have to move, and it's not always an affordable prospect. Fortunately, for those who are worried about the costs there may be a number of ways to keep them down as much as possible, and that could


What does "insufficient funds" mean?

If you've ever had financial problems, you might have heard the phrase "insufficient funds" and wondered what it meant.Basically, it means that you don't have enough money in your account to do the thing you're trying


What is a financial goal?

When you're having money trouble, it can often seem like a bleak situation. You might feel like you're never going to get out of it.Setting simple financial goals can actually go a long way. Let's say you want to reduce your


Cutting energy costs can save a lot of money

While millions of Americans may try to save a lot of money over the course of the year in a number of different ways, one of the ways in which they might be able to do so even on something that's necessary could be right under their noses.


What is a credit card?

If you're like most Americans, you probably have at least one credit card in your wallet. But many might not know how they work, exactly.Each credit card comes with its own limit, usually of a few thousand dollars or more. You can therefore


Young adults more focused on saving money

The past several years have taught some hard financial lessons to people of all backgrounds, and one of the demographic groups that has been hit hardest by this issue is young adults, age 18 to 34. These people were typically coming to the


What are expenses?

Expenses are something that everyone deals with in their lives, but not everyone does a good job of keeping track of them.Some people spend more than they probably should on things that aren't absolutely vital, and as a result that can


What is net pay?

At the end of the year, you probably receive plenty of forms that talk about your "net pay" and your "gross pay," but you may not know the difference.Simply put, your net pay is what you take home with every paycheck. That


What is a grace period?

If you've paid a bill, you've dealt with a grace period, but you might not actually know what that means.As the name implies, a grace period is the period in which a lender or other company allows you time to pay your bill. Basically,


What are the different types of credit?

Though you may not know it, not all credit is created equal. There are, in fact, two different types: revolving and non-revolving.Revolving credit is debt you can add to and subtract from each month, and as you might expect the vast majority


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