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Don’t Hide From Student Loan Debt

Don’t Hide From Student Loan Debt

Posted on 09. Oct, 2015 by .

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For students who have just graduated college, there is the euphoria of having completed such a monumental task coupled with the stress of moving into the real world, finding a job, and dealing with student loan debt. Here are some steps you can take to make the loan repayment process a little lower on the […]

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Three Secrets to Choosing the Right Life Insurance Policy | XL Financial Blog

Three Secrets to Choosing the Right Life Insurance Policy

Posted on 18. Aug, 2015 by .

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Life insurance is an essential component in planning for financial security. Choosing the right policy can be intimidating and complicated, so doing plenty of research beforehand will help you select the plan that best fits your needs. Here are a few things to consider before you purchase coverage. Know Thyself Do not fall into the […]

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Debt Relief | XL Financial blog

Strategy is An Important Tool for Debt Relief

Posted on 02. Apr, 2014 by .

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Many people consider debt to be an integral part of the modern American experience. Millions and millions of Americans are in debt, and recent studies have indicated that just almost half of Americans have owe more money in credit card debt than they have stashed away for emergencies. That is a frightening statistic, but there […]

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Financial Tips for Parents to Consider

Posted on 12. Feb, 2014 by .

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Adding a new baby to a family can be a very exciting and happy time in life. It can also be very taxing because the cost of raising a child continues to increase year after year. You have to provide funds for food, clothing, toys, extracurricular activities, medical insurance, and the list goes on and […]

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Stick To Your Budget By Avoiding Unneeded Expenses

Posted on 31. Jan, 2014 by .

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Everyone has trouble sticking to a budget sometimes. One way to make sure that do not exceed your weekly or monthly budget is by learning how to avoid unneeded expenses. There are many necessary expenses that you must factor in when you are creating a budget. Rent or mortgage, food, utilities, phone bills, and loan […]

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Eating At Home | XL Financial Blog

Eating At Home Is Fun And Thrifty

Posted on 30. Sep, 2013 by .

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It isn’t easy to save money if you aren’t paying attention. Zipping through a fast food restaurant is quick and easy, but it can be expensive and not especially healthy for you. The high ratio of fat and salt is not beneficial to anyone. You and your family can eat well, and save your hard […]

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Savings Tips | Xl Financial

3 Easy Savings Tips

Posted on 27. Sep, 2013 by .

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Most people today have reason to be concerned about financial matters.  A few mistakes can lead to disaster.  If you begin with 3 easy savings tips, it can help you move toward financial security.

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Home Savings | XL Financial Blog

Small Changes That Lead to Home Savings

Posted on 13. Sep, 2013 by .

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It is easy to develop certain lifestyle habits when it comes to living in a house. Everyone has their own preferences about how much television to watch and how warm to keep the rooms.  But when the bills come in the mail each month, it may seem like some of those choices are becoming too […]

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3 Financial Tips | XL Financial Blog

3 Financial Tips to get Your Marriage Started Right

Posted on 05. Sep, 2013 by .

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Beginning a new life together can be tough enough without having to deal with money. If you are newly married and are looking for some ways to easily manage your finances, the following 3 financial tips should help to get you started on the right foot.

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Budgeting | XL Financial Blog

Shaping Up a Budget to Deflate the Debt Orb

Posted on 19. Aug, 2013 by .

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The main problem with most of the people is that they fail to realize which step to take for becoming debt free. The very first step to be taken for reducing debt is budgeting. The next step for you to follow would be lower credit card usage. These are the two main steps which can […]

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