Student Loans and the WORST Ways to Pay them Off

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Student loan debt is a very hot topic. With borrowers oweing a combined total of federal student loan debt that is nearing a trillion dollars. One in five adults currently has student loan debt and we don’t see college tuition dropping in the near future.

Repaying your student loans can be daunting, especially if you have over six figures of debt, like many new college graduates.

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How to Notice Signs of a Flipper’s Hasty House Renovations

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It’s Spring and that means an influx of homes will be hitting the real estate market, including homes that were renovated over the Winter by investors or as we like to call them, “Flippers”.

Flippers typically buy homes at a lower price, often foreclosures. Some of these homes need minor cosmetic repairs while others require a complete gut and remodel. They make the homes appealing to a wider pool of buyers who are looking for recently renovated and move-in ready homes. Some flippers are fantastic and do amazing work, while others may, in other words, put a band-aid on bigger issues so you can’t see the underlying problems. 

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Simple and Easy Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

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When it comes to doing your part to help save the Earth, a little goes a long way. Even though we only celebrate Earth Day once a year, there are a lot of lifestyle changes that you can make that are simple and easy and will benefit Mother Earth all year long.

Now, if you live in CT, chances are you have already started using your reusable bags instead of paying 10 cents for a plastic bag. But here are some other great ways to do your part in helping to save the Earth.

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Tips for Small Businesses to Survive the Coronavirus

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The only certainty right now when it comes to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is that currently, everything is uncertain. Several local and state governments have issued a shelter in place orders asking people to remain home and only go out for the essentials. Many small, local businesses are feeling this stress as they have been forced to lay off employees, adjust their hours or services, or even close their doors for an indefinite amount of time.

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