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9 Year Mortgage Advice for Newlyweds- The 5 Biggest Financial Mistakes Couples Make

It’s wedding season, and while finances may not be the most romantic thing to talk about, having this talk is an essential part of avoiding financial mistakes. Since finances can be a source of conflict in marriage, 9 Year Mortgage suggests talking about your financial situations before tying the knot, which will help you avoid making these 5 mistakes.

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In the middle of financial uncertainty, 9 Year Mortgage understands that a large event such as a wedding may seem impossible to pull off; as a parent paying for an event like a wedding for your child can be a heavy burden. A memorable wedding can still take place even when you and your child are on a tight budget. Encourage the bride and groom to down size the stress and money are sure to be significantly reduced as they do so. The money that you could spent on a lavish wedding could then be used towards buying the couple’s first home or paying down existing debts instead of hurting your finances.

Four Simple Ways You Can Begin Saving with 9 Year Mortgage
At 9 Year Mortgage we understand, saving money doesn’t come as easy as spending. It is difficult to put money away for a rainy day when finances are tight to begin with. Saving may not give you the instant gratification that purchasing new items will but, in the long run you’ll feel a lot of satisfaction watching your savings grow.

9 Year Mortgage Shares The 6 Biggest Credit Card Mistakes you Should Avoid There’s a good chance that most of us have made at least one of these credit card no-no’s but, Nine Year Mortgage advises that you avoid making any of these mistakes in order to protect your credit score. 1. Paying your bill […]

6 tricks from 9 Year Mortgage on finding cheaper Summer is around the corner, and travel plans are being made. In these hard economic times it can be difficult to plan a vacation that won’t break the bank. It’s tempting to purchase inexpensive vacation packages, such as the ones offered by Groupon or discount travel […]

If you often find yourself indulging in ‘retail therapy’ or racking up credit card rewards, you could be fueling a dangerous habit. Credit card debt continues to be a huge problem for the average American, yet many are still living a lifestyle that supports a costly debt habit. 9 Year Mortgage suggests looking at your spending habits, and avoiding these seven bad habits that could be fueling your debt addiction.

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In cultivating your credit score flawlessly I’m sure you’re the type of person who pays on time, and never leaves an outstanding balance, am I right? In your mind you’re golden! …Or are you. This may come as a surprise but these are not the key components to a superb credit score. Many consumers like you are unaware of what makes their credit scores move up and down.
Obviously you understand that the money that you spend and pay off per month in relation to your available credit effects your score but what you may not have realized is that they calculate your score from your total on your statement date and not the due date. You could have a balance that you don’t even know about which in turn hurts your credit, all the while you are unaware.

Here’s a little advice from 9 Year Mortgage on how to revamp your credit scores to what you want them to be while avoiding making those small decisions that can hurt big time.

So you’re finally at that age where you can retire, but the question is, can you? Most rush to leave the workforce, in years past up to half of retirees left their jobs by the age of 63. Because really, who wants to wait? You’ve been planning and saving and scraping for your retirement fund and now it’s finally time for you to relax and for all of that hard work to pay off. That is, if you did save and scrape and plan. A rising number of individuals in America now state that they do not feel confident that they will be able to retire by the age of 60; in fact only 13% of American employees feel confident that they will be able to live comfortably on their retirement fund. The financial doubt even reaches out to those who are already retired; over 70% have expressed worry that they do not have sufficient funds to support themselves for the rest of their retirement.
These days it isn’t simple to retire by any means but there are ways for you to get back on track with your plan. 9 Year Mortgage is here to help you take the first few steps towards the financial stability you deserve. Let’s take a look at some helpful advice and ideas to help you get to where you need to be.

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9 Year Mortgage Shares 5 HORRIBLE HABITS To Conquer
Hearing the words “debt addiction” may sound like a joke given that addictions are commonly associated with food, drinking, and drugs but it is an issue that is rising in America and across the world that should be addressed. 9 Year Mortgage is here to help with 5 horrible habits that you can overcome before it develops into a bigger issue.

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Do you begin your new year with a new budget and optimism towards your finances… only to reach December right back where you started? Some quick and easy (but different than in the past) approaches can change your entire outlook on the budgeting dilemma. 9 year mortgage has some advice that will ensure you don’t disappoint yourself this year.
Smiling While Saving With 9 Year Mortgage
Did you begin your New Year with the optimism of a new budget towards your finances… only to reach December right back where you started? Some quick and easy (but different than in the past) approaches can change your entire outlook on the budgeting dilemma. 9 year mortgage has some advice that will ensure you don’t disappoint yourself this year.

There are many unwise choices to be made when it comes to retirement savings, and risks that shouldn’t be taken. See, the problem is that we live in financially unstable times, times in which people are making investments they wouldn’t normally out of fear for security, but there are other options. Here are some tips about areas not to invest or spend your money in:

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While the option to upgrade your credit card to Gold-status is becoming more available to average bankers and the new monthly $5 dollar charge for debit card users that Bank of America has announced, it is becoming harder to decide what the best financial decision is for you and your family. If you are hearing the rumors that your bank is going to start charging you for using a debit card or you seriously considering applying for one of the five credit card applications you get in the mail daily, 9 Year Mortgage would like to discuss the options and alternatives you have to debit cards or credit cards.

9 Year Mortgage believes that one of the bigger challenges for parents of college students is teaching them how to handle money. A checking account is a necessity, as is some kind of budget for books, supplies and living expenses. Then there is the big one…credit. So how do you go about getting a credit card for a college student and what are your best options, so that they don’t rack up a ton of debt? Read on and 9 Year Mortgage will give you some suggestions.

9 Year Mortgage knows of the difficulties that plague our nation at this point in time; housing market woes, high unemployment rates, increasing gas prices, and a drastic leap in general living costs. Although 77 percent of the married couples in the U.S. both hold current jobs, there are also nearly 25 percent of families that are struggling to survive on one income. Even some of those families who are fortunate enough to have two incomes are pulling in what one person could make, so the struggles of meeting ends needs are applicable to a range of people regardless of job status. 9 Year Mortgage has compiled a list of steps that one might want to take if you are considering to start living on one income.

Each year one in every 20 Americans is at risk of identity theft, in the end affecting millions. Did you stop to consider that a part of those effected by identity theft are those under the age of 18, especially children? In the past year there were nearly 20,000 reported cases of identity theft occurring in the lives of young people in our nation. 9 Year Mortgage has become aware of the growing trend of stealing young children’s identities and would like to share with you the reasons behind this monstrosity and precautions that you can take to ensure the safety of your child’s financial future.

In today’s economic struggle, 9 Year Mortgage realizes that not only is the American economy struggling, but so are its people. Financially we are having a tough time and many are unsure of what to do. Recently 9 Year Mortgage has come across mint.com, a website that may help you to better plan your finances as well as track your spending. Keep reading to find out what 9 Year Mortgage has discovered about mint.com and what it offers to those who sign up for its free services.

When it comes to kids, it is never too early to start talking dollars and sense. However parents are often scared to talk to their children about money because it means that they will have to admit their mistakes. But the consequences of not teaching these lessons to your children could be more dire than ever. Children now a days need to learn and understand much more than basic budgeting. They need to understand how to save for their retirement, manage health care cost and even cope with diminished Social Security Benefits. Yes this sounds like we are jumping the gun, but 9 Year Mortgage thinks proper preparation of your children, even at a young age, can start them down the path of a successful financial life. Read on a 9 Year Mortgage will give you tips on how teach your kids about money.

With a free-falling stock market, everyone is being more frugal. 9 Year Mortgage says that with the falling market and the economic uncertainty that comes with it has the most frugal looking for new ways to save. Many of the easiest way to do so may not even require that much sacrifice. Read on and 9 Year Mortgage will give you tips on how to save money fast!

With a growing number of merchants not accepting cash anymore and the U.S. Treasury printing fewer dollars, we are moving closer and closer to an all-plastic economy. This is great news for banks, credit card companies, and marketing establishments which can now go through our transactions and our personal lives in more detail. However is it a good idea to go all cash? What are some of the main reasons to cut back on spending with credit cards? Continue on and 9 Year Mortgage will go over 9 reasons why you should consider going all cash.

Mobile banking is super convenient but it comes with privacy issues and other threats. Mobile banking, also known as, “digital wallets” let consumers pay with just a swipe of a smartphone and could make the plastic credit card obsolete. However, the technology could also chip away at our privacy and tempt us to spend more than we really would. Read on and 9 Year Mortgage will discover the good and the bad of digital wallets.

It is inevitable that your long-time family car will eventually seize up and kick the bucket. Or maybe your like the many people who like to trade in their car every couple of years to avoid serious maintenance fees; You even may be possibly thinking of investing in another car for your older teens to share, so you’re not left stranded at home every night while they rendezvous with friends. What ever the case, when it comes to buying a “new” car for your families use, you can never be too careful. 9 Year Mortgage poses the question of what do you prefer to buy: New or Used cars? And Why? A second part to such a question is how do you afford it? 9 Year Mortgage has some helps and hints when it comes to such questions, and we’re here to share them with you!

Have you ever wondered if your parents are being completely truthful when it comes to their finances? Do they have an old collection that may actually be worth thousands of dollars, or do they act poor but really have stacks of cash stashed away? Maybe their house is paid for and you have a sizable inheritance coming your way and you don’t even know it. If you have ever wondered about your parents money then read on and 9 Year Mortgage will tell you the 6 things you don’t know about your parents and their money.

9 Year Mortgage is becoming increasingly aware of the unfortunate trend of grown children relying on their parents for financial support. The unfortunate part of grown children relying on their parents for financing is due to the fact that it is ruining their parents chance for retiring or their retirement funds. Between helping your children with mortgages, rent, child care, gifting or allowing them to live at your home, you are jeopardizing your opportunity for a successful retirement and 9 Year Mortgage will show you how.