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Author: Christopher Taylor

#1840 Save $30,000 For A Home Down Payment In 5 Months

Before tackling mortgage interest rates, home maintenance costs and utilities, every home buyer must first gather the funds for a mortgage loan down payment. The typical mortgage lifespan lasts 15 to 30 years, but for most house hunters looking to secure a home loan, those terms sound more like t... see more

#1819 Why Fannie Mae And Freddie Mac Might Be In Trouble

Nearly seven years into the financial crisis, the drama of government-sponsored enterprises Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae continues in the courtroom and in the halls of Congress. Following weak earnings in 2014, concerns about future bailouts have pushed for reform. Meanwhile, hedge fund managers ar... see more

#1809 Cold Calling Vs. Networking

Few people enjoy doing cold-calling but does it still have its place in the financial services industry? Do financial advisors still use cold calling as a recruitment strategy or has networking become the new strategy of choice? Here's where each fits into the industry today.Cold Calls and Do... see more

#1727 Credit Card Review: Citi Prestige Card

If you're willing to spend money on luxury, the Citi Prestige credit card might be right for you. This high-end credit card doesn't skimp on perks, but has a hefty annual fee. Read on to learn more about this card, its rewards program and its other perks.The Card The Citi Prestige card awa... see more

#1690 I Make $100K a Year - How Much Rent Can I Afford?

Congratulations. You've landed a new job with an annual salary of $100,000, and you're going apartment hunting. Your first question is probably: How much rent can I afford to pay?That question has two answers – one, technical; the other, practical.The Technical AnswerThe technical... see more

#1667 Subaru: Japanese Cars for American Lifestyles

Subaru, a subsidiary of the Japan-based Fuji Heavy Industries, is not really well-known in America. Although the automobile company has been selling cars in the U.S. since 1968, it has yet to reach an annual sales figure of 1,000,000 vehicles and struggles to keep its dealerships and distribution... see more

#1553 How Are Home Insurance Rates Determined?

You home's value is one of the driving forces behind your home insurance premium and the amount of coverage you receive.But the value of your home and its contents aren't the only – or the most significant – factor that dictates how much you'll pay every year.What are Ra... see more

#1517 Working From Home Scams: How to Avoid Them

It's the kind of homespun wisdom that your grandmother probably first imparted to you at a tender age: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. It pays to remember such advice when you spot newspaper or online ads or emails that promote highly lucrative work-from-home employment. Tec... see more

#1429 What Kind Of Financial Plan Makes Sense For You?

Consumers can now get financial plans from a multitude of s, including banks, brokerage firms, insurance companies, accountants and CPAs, as well as individual financial planners and planning firms. Despite this, just 31% of financial decision makers had used a professional or sat down themselves... see more

#1366 What is Your Biggest Fear About Mobile Banking?

It hasn't been a great year for cybersecurity. From Target's Black Friday hacking, which compromised the personal information of 110 million customers, to this month's security breach at JPMorgan Chase, affecting two-thirds of American households, data breaches have become such a common news item... see more

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