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Debt consolidation is not always possible with a personal loan

 

 

Here at Justmoney we get tons of requests for help with consolidating debt into one account to save on interest and increase cash flow on a monthly basis. While debt consolidation is possible with a personal loan, it’s not always the case. 


5 Retirement mistakes to avoid

 

You know that you are not saving enough for retirement. What you do not know if how to avoid losing the bit that you are saving. Never fear, though, Justmoney gives you the five retirement mistakes to avoid.



10 ways to spend your tax refund


Actually, you've probably already spent your tax refund but these principles are the same for your yearly bonus, too. We take a look at 10 ways you can spend any extra cash you might have coming in.


Insure your digital content

 

 

We live in the age of digital and we all often underestimate just ow much we spend on digital content. iTunes, Kindles and tablets are all becoming a way of life, be sure you insure your digital content along with your material possessions.


Five things to consider when buying a vehicle

 

 

If you are thinking about buying a new vehcile, you will need to think about more than just the cost of the car. We look at the five things you need to cosnider when you purchase a vehicle.

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