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Improving Your Credit Score
A strong credit score can make major purchases and financial transactions much easier. Here's how to make yours better and keep it high.
Eating Healthy Without Overspending
Dietitian Shana Spence joins Life Kit to share her tips to making nutritious meals without spending more than you have to.
Retirement 101: How To Save And Why
It's never too early to start putting away money for retirement. In this episode, NPR's Chris Arnold decodes what you should know — from the types of retirement accounts to strategies for saving.
Do You Love It Or Just Want It? How To Stop Stress Spending
We could all stand to stretch our cash a little further right now. Life Kit teamed up with financial expert Tiffany Aliche, also known as the Budgetnista, for tips about how to separate needs from your wants, stop stress spending and save for the future.
Simple Steps to Smarter Investing, Even During COVID-19
In this episode we talk to one of the best investors on the planet about the most successful approach to riding out stock market storms and beyond.
Braving Your Student Loan Payments
The student loan system is confusing. Sometimes it can seem designed to make borrowers fail. But if you know how to navigate it, you're more likely to save money in the long run.
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Great episode, but I think you may have missed one option: take the 30 year fixed instead of the 15 year fixed BUT set up up either biweekly payments instead of monthly if possible, extra annual payment, or add extra principle payments on top of the monthly payments if you can’t do biweekly. This helps build equity similar to the wealth builder loans BUT gives you payment flexibility if your financial situation changes, e.g. two income household drops to one income due to health circumstances or loss of job, etc. :-)