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#1000: Improve Your Credit In Three Simple Ways

Everyone knows the simple fact that the higher your credit score is, the more you benefit in financial situations. This includes everything from your interest rate on a home or car loan, the amount of down payment required on a loan, if you are qualified to rent to, or even in extreme cases whether or not a company will hire … Read more »

#999: Tips On Saving Money During A Move

Moving is often both exciting and stressful. For certain, moving is almost always expensive. However, there are a few ways you can save some money to help make that exciting move a little less expensive. Address Change This is one that everyone has to do when they move. Unfortunately, its nearly impossible to keep track of all the places our … Read more »

#399: Protect Your Assets by Protecting Your Passwords

Identity theft has become a much more pervasive problem in the Information Age. Identity thieves that would once go through people’s garbage looking for personal information can now often find what they’re looking for online, from almost any location in the world. However, numerous defense mechanisms and strategies have been developed in response to the increasing prevalence of identity theft. … Read more »

#965: 2 easy ways to save money

It’s not easy to save money, but it’s important to have an emergency fund and save money for retirement — not to mention education expenses and other needs.

At Educators, we try to help our members find ways to save money. Read more »

#998: Protect Your Relationships and Your Money

Relationships are hard enough. When you add in finances to the situation, they can sometimes go from bad to worse. If you and your spouse are going to share a joint account, there are some essentials you need to keep in mind, to help maintain the peace and harmony in your home. This begins with understanding that there needs to … Read more »