How to Pay Off Student Loans Now

by Kevin Mercadante
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How to pay off student loans now and why it’s important that you do it right after you graduate. The loans pose a problem if you lose your job or want to borrow in the future.

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College Loans are Keeping Students In Debt

by Kevin Mercadante
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College loans are keeping students in debt and the average debt is now $25,250. Minimizing or avoiding student loans is doable, and the best course of action.

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How To Pay Off Debt With a Lump Sum

by Matt Jabs
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How to pay off debt using a lump sum or windfall is situational. Income, debt, and windfall amounts vary so use this as a template for your situation.

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Repair or Sell a Wrecked Vehicle

by Matt Jabs
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Deciding to repair or sell a car that has been wrecked depends on many factors such as car insurance, vehicle value, ability to sell and much more.

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Homemade Ultralight Backpacking Water Filter

by Matt Jabs
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This backpacking filter is the homemade, ultralight water filtration response to overpriced alternatives at gear stores. Make it at home, save, and be safe.

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Should I Pay Off Student Loans

by Matt Jabs
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Should I pay off student loans with my savings? It depends on a number of things such as emergency fund savings, job security, and monthly expenses.

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File A Tax Extension – Tax Year 2011

by Matt Jabs

If you are running behind and unable to file your 2011 tax return by the April 17th, 2012 deadline, you can file a tax extension several different ways.

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What To Do With Savings

by Matt Jabs

What to do with savings depends on your situation. You should save enough for emergencies, large purchases, and budget busters before investing the rest.

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TurboTax Online [Prepare Taxes Online with Free eFile]

by Matt Jabs
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This is just a quick post to let DFA readers know how I file my taxes and which software I trust for my own returns. Here is a brief history of how I have filed my taxes over the years and what I use now.

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Live Your Mission by Starting Your Own Business

by Guest Author
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A look at how to live your mission by starting your own business. Use your passion, income, focus, and marketing skills to promote your calling in life.

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Student Loan Relief Programs

by Matt Jabs
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Student loan relief programs include public service loan forgiveness and income based, contingent, and sensitive repayment plans. You may be eligible.

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