Americans are woefully unprepared for retirement. The evidence is everywhere, and it’s pretty scary, considering we are living longer than ever. It starts with education, and this quiz proves there’s a long way to go on that front.
Buying a home requires years of saving, careful planning, and a ton of effort. But when you buy your first home, there are certain things you may not realize you should do, and not knowing can have huge financial consequences. Here are five mistakes I made when I bought my first home.
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