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01
Apr
Precious Metals IRA: How It Works and How to Get Started

A precious metal IRA may help protect against rising inflation. But before investing, be sure you understand IRS rules for these tax-advantaged accounts.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
01
Apr
HomeFunds Home Equity Sharing Review

This HomeFunds review will help you decide if a home equity sharing agreement with HomeFunds is a good fit for your needs as a homeowner.

Posted in: Home Equity,
01
Apr
College Ave vs. Ascent: Student Loan Comparison

In this comparison, we’ll compare College Ave and Ascent private student loans and tell you which lender stood out in our research.

Posted in: Student Loans,
29
Mar
Supplemental Student Loans

There are two main kinds of supplemental student loans you can use. We explain the differences and similarities, below.

Posted in: Student Loans,
29
Mar
Sallie Mae vs. Ascent: Student Loan Comparison

In this comparison, we review loan terms, repayment options, and more to find out if Sallie Mae or Ascent is the better option for a student loan.

Posted in: Student Loans,
28
Mar
College Ave vs. Discover: Student Loan Comparison

There are several different factors to consider when deciding between College Ave and Discover. Find out which is best for you, below.

Posted in: Student Loans,
28
Mar
Earnest vs. Discover: Student Loan Comparison

Earnest and Discover don’t offer the same benefits to borrowers. We found major differences that could impact which one you should choose.

Posted in: Student Loans,
22
Mar
How to Check Your Tax Balance

Taxpayers can check their IRS or state tax balance online, over the phone, or by mail. We’ll explain why one option is better than the rest, below.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
18
Mar
Pet Insurance That Doesn’t Increase With Age

Here's a look at why pet insurance premiums increase each year as your pet ages and how to avoid this annual price jump.

Posted in: Pet Insurance,
11
Mar
How Much Can You Take Out in Private Student Loans?

Learn about private student loan limits and why you shouldn't always borrow as much as you can.

Posted in: Student Loans,