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    First-Time Homebuyer Tips

    Making the change from renter to homeowner is an exciting time, but it’s also a little overwhelming. Check out our guide for the best tips on prepping your budget, getting pre-qualified and how to choose the right mortgage and lender.

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    To Buy or Not to Buy?

    Do you know what is involved in buying real estate? From knowing if you are ready to understanding the process, buying a home is no light decision.

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    Tracking Your Joint Expenses

    It’s hard enough keeping track of your own expenses. So you shouldn’t be surprised that managing money as a team effort can test your patience, especially if your partner has a different method of keeping financial records—or worse, no method at all.

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    Financial Planning Tips1

    Budgeting and saving are important ways to grow your money, but you can really reach your financial goals when you start investing your savings early.

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    Talking to Your Partner About Money

    When it comes to talking with a spouse or partner about money, many people shy away. It can be scary—but it doesn’t have to be. Positive and frequent communication is key.

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    Financial To-Dos for Newlyweds

    Before the big day, sit down with your partner and talk finances. Some of these to-dos have a time limit—sometimes as short as two weeks after your wedding! Don’t miss out on money-saving adjustments by waiting too long after the big day.

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    The Rule of 72

    Calculating compound interest can be tricky and intimidating. However, there are some shortcuts you can take to get a quick estimate of growth rates. A common shortcut is known as the Rule of 72.

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    Emergency Funds

    One of the most effective tools for preventing a large-scale financial disaster is an emergency fund, an amount of money that is set aside to cover unexpected expenses, or to keep you afloat if no regular income is coming in.

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