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Kevin MulliganKevin Mulligan is a debt reduction champion with a passion for teaching people how to budget and stay out of debt. He's building a personal finance freelance writing career and has written for RothIRA.com, Discover Bank, and many others.

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Articles by Kevin Mulligan

Should You Buy an Extended Warranty?

Should You Buy an Extended Warranty?

An extended warranty is available for purchase when you buy certain products such as consumer electronics and automobiles. It adds additional warranty protection either from the time of purchase or after the manufacturer’s warranty expires. While […]

How Your Mortgage Acts as a Hedge Against Inflation

How Your Mortgage Acts as a Hedge Against Inflation

Inflation and hyperinflation are concerns on the minds of the economists in the United States. With the amount of money that is being pumped into our financial system it is inevitable that prices will begin to […]

Different Types of Credit Scores: FICO, FAKO, and Enhanced

Different Types of Credit Scores: FICO, FAKO, and Enhanced

Your credit score is one of the most important figures associated with your finances. And you have likely heard the television and radio commercials touting that you have three credit scores. However, you actually have more […]

8 Reasons Why You Should Not Buy a Home

8 Reasons Why You Should Not Buy a Home

Despite the housing market still being in shambles after the housing boom and bust this decade, many people are drawn to home ownership as part of the American dream. While owning a home has a lot […]

It Is Time to Act: The Secret to Taking Financial Action Today

It Is Time to Act: The Secret to Taking Financial Action Today

Learning about how to save and invest for retirement, your kid’s college education, and your next big goal is an important task for any individual. Jumping into the confusion of Roth IRAs, 401ks, and 529 plans […]

Should You Open New Credit Card Accounts to Get the Rewards?

Should You Open New Credit Card Accounts to Get the Rewards?

Credit card companies are beginning to send out more credit card offers to individuals with good credit scores. There had been a downturn in the number of offers sent out, but with the economy stabilizing the […]

How to Profit from Class Action Lawsuits

How to Profit from Class Action Lawsuits

A class action lawsuit is where a group of people sue a company. If a company wrongs you on an individual level, you can sue them yourself. When the company wrongs many people in the same […]

4 Reasons You Should Participate in Your Employer’s 401k Plan

4 Reasons You Should Participate in Your Employer’s 401k Plan

Saving for retirement is one of the most important financial decisions you can make. Without retirement savings you may never be able to retire or if you are forced to retire, you find yourself completely dependent […]

Should You Use Your Home Equity to Invest in the Stock Market?

Should You Use Your Home Equity to Invest in the Stock Market?

If you are more than halfway through repaying your home mortgage you likely have a decent amount of equity in the house. With refinancing and borrowing against your mortgage rates well below 5%, doesn’t it make […]

Why Dollar Cost Averaging Works Well in a Volatile Market

Why Dollar Cost Averaging Works Well in a Volatile Market

When volatility comes to the stock market it is easy to let your emotions take hold of your actions. When you watch a lot of the ups and downs in the market, you can become scared […]

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