How To Get The Most Out Of Your Auto Insurance Coverage

Recent data suggests that the average driver will spend close to $100,000 on car insurance over their lifetime. That’s a staggering sum of money, especially when you consider estimates that suggest Americans will pay over $500,000 in that time just to own, operate, and maintain a car. $100,000 is a lot of money to spend on something […]

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Examining the Different Types of Student Loans

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With the average annual cost of college for the 2020-2021 school year $10,560 for public four-year in-state and $37,650 for private non-profit four-year schools, it’s not uncommon for students to use loans to help pay for their education. The two major umbrellas to consider are federal student loans and private student loans. Federal student loans […]

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What Are Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS)?

What Are Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS)?

Inflation, or a sustained period of rising consumer prices, can take a bite out of investor portfolios and reduce purchasing power as the prices of goods and services increase. Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities, or TIPS, are one way to hedge against inflation in a portfolio. These government-issued securities are inflation-protected bonds that adjust in tandem with […]

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CD Rates | The Simple Dollar

You may associate CDs with dancing along to your favorite songs years ago, but in the financial world, CD stands for certificate of deposit. In this context, CDs are savings accounts with fixed interest rates and maturity dates. They provide a safe way to tuck away your savings for a set time and earn a […]
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