Inheritance 101: How to Leave Your Home to Your Kids

Personal Finance

Inheritance 101: How to Leave Your Home to Your Kids

Inheritance 101: How to Leave Your Home to Your Kids

For many of you, your home is probably your most valuable asset and it’s likely that you are very clear about whom you want to end up with it when you die. For example, if you are a parent you probably want your children to inherit your home. However, ensuring that your wishes become reality… Read More

Americans Are Holding Onto Their Cars Longer Than Ever

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Americans Are Holding Onto Their Cars Longer Than Ever

Americans Are Holding Onto Their Cars Longer Than Ever

For years, Americans have been driving older and older cars, bringing the average age of vehicles in operation to 11.5 years at the start of this year — that’s the highest it has been since analytics company IHS Automotive started tracking the metric. Americans continue to drive increasingly older cars partly because vehicle quality has… Read More

5 Upsides of a Personal Loan

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5 Upsides of a Personal Loan

5 Upsides of a Personal Loan

From banks and credit unions to family members or friends, taking out a personal loan or line of credit can be a solution for paying off high-interest debt or tackling big bills. Once you figure out the details of the personal loan process, you can use a personal loan calculator to find out which amount,… Read More

Married & Moving? What It Could Mean for Your Money

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Married & Moving? What It Could Mean for Your Money

Married & Moving? What It Could Mean for Your Money

So Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck are splitting up. It’s a sad story (hey, I like Ben and Jen both), but there’s an interesting lesson for all of us in this news: That they agreed to divide their assets amicably (or so we are told) and mediate their divorce. This type of adult behavior is… Read More

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