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Buying a home for the first time is exciting, but it also comes with lots of questions and hoops to jump through. You’re bound to learn a lot from the experience, and possibly make a few mistakes along the way. Luckily, we’ve got a few tips for you.
It's important to do your research before committing to new debt. If you’re not sure whether to borrow money, read our list of dos and don’ts.
Planning for college is difficult in today's uncertain financial landscape. TCU is here to help you navigate important topics with different levels of solutions.
The pandemic has taken a toll on colleges — and on students and their families. Here are strategies to help high school juniors and seniors, current college students and recent college graduates make future plans in uncertain times.
The equity in your home could help bridge the gap in an uncertain economic time. See if a HELOC could unlock funds you need.
Your credit score determines your creditworthiness — whether you can buy a car, get certain jobs or rent an apartment. And for many Americans, it’s about to change.
The building process has lots of moving parts, so it’s important to select your financing with care. Knowing how construction loans operate will speed the approval process so contractors can start building your perfect home.
Most analysts predict the Fed will keep interest rates low for the whole year. With 2020 presenting a good opportunity for homebuyers and those looking to refinance, find out how to prepare to buy a home prior to the spring selling season.
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Developing a budget based on your monthly income, expenses and savings is the first step.
Even a small, regular contribution toward your retirement has the potential to grow into a large nest egg.
It is important to build up your savings to cover emergencies and to plan for your future. As a general rule, you should maintain enough savings to cover three to six months of your regular expenses.
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