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Know the True Cost of Owning a Car

It costs money for people to get around—whether it’s by taking public transportation, renting a vehicle, using ride-hailing services, or buying a car. For those who choose to buy a vehicle, it’s likely to be one of the...

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Dealing with Outstanding Debt

At Town & Country, we understand that owing money to family and friends, businesses, the government, or for medical or legal expenses, can be stressful and feel overwhelming. Plus, unresolved debt can impact your credit score and make...

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4 Money Strategies You Need To Prepare For The Holiday Season

The holidays are near. From gifts to travel to every category of your holiday budget, here’s how to strategize ahead of your spending. We can’t believe it either, but the mad dash of the holiday season is approaching...

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5 Tips for Breaking the Paycheck-to-Paycheck Cycle

Earning enough money each month to cover your bills and living expenses is not just an issue for low- and moderate-income earners in America. A new survey shows that wealthier households are living paycheck to paycheck too, either...

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The Waiting Game

Delaying retirement is a smart idea if you can swing it. Saving for retirement can be daunting. You can make it easier on yourself by maintaining your investments and making sure you save early and often. You can...

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Money Saving Moves for Back-to-School

The beginning of the school year is an exciting time for families, but it can also put a strain on the household budget. And this year, thanks to mounting inflation and rising consumer prices, Americans can expect back-to-school...

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Home Equity Loans Become a Popular Alternative with Rising Mortgage Rates

Homeowners who have purchased in the last year or two might be looking at their situation right now and feeling pretty lucky: They bought before interest rates skyrocketed, and some are sitting on significant home equity. If you're...

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Be Ready for Heating Season by Preparing Now

Rising inflation has put a strain on most everyone’s budget. With the cost of just about everything on the rise, including heating fuel, people are making changes to their budgets to make ends meet. While we are enjoying...

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10 Home Improvements that Pay Off

If your home is feeling dated or in need of repair, now may be the time to plan for some improvements and upgrades. Whether you simply want to make your space more functional and enjoyable for you and...

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Top 5 Estate Planning Moves to Take Now

If there is one thing the Coronavirus taught us, it is the importance of being prepared financially for the unexpected. While we do not face a pandemic very often, we will inevitably experience unforeseen illness, injuries and ultimately...

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