How to add financial fitness into your wellness routine

Your finances play a huge role in your overall wellbeing. Financial wellness reduces stress, opens up more money to do things that make you feel good, and frees you to practice wellness in other areas of your life.

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Moving back to the US: A checklist for global citizens

If you’ve made the decision to move back home to the US after living abroad, we understand you might be feeling overwhelmed. You might be sad about leaving the country you’ve been calling home, or maybe you’re excited to get back home and see your family again.

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3 things expats should prepare for when moving back to the US

Living abroad can be a magical experience. You get to immerse yourself in a new culture, practice fluency in a new language, meet new people with diverse backgrounds, and try delicious new cuisines. Perhaps you’ve been teaching English abroad, or maybe your remote work allows you to live anywhere in the world. You may be proud of your status as an expatriate (or expat for short).

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5 things first-time home buyers need to know during COVID-19

Purchasing a home has always been anxiety-inducing for first-time buyers. There are new and unfamiliar things to learn like what a pre-approval letter is, what to expect from the home inspection, and the agonizing hours spent waiting to find out if your offer gets accepted.

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Checking your credit report? Here’s what you should know

A credit score can give you an overview of your creditworthiness, but you can find more detailed information about what has determined one of your credit scores by checking out your credit reports.

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Improve your credit score with a credit-building credit card

Do you have little to no credit history or even a bad credit history? Are you starting your credit journey a little late or wanting to get off a bad path and onto a good one?

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A 10-step roadmap to buying your first home

Buying your first home is so exciting, but it’s a messy process even for veteran homebuyers. And because a home is likely the biggest purchase you’ll ever make, it’s important to know what to expect and how to deal with problems.

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The bank account cheat sheet from our credit experts

Opening a bank account can be a little overwhelming. Not only do you have to choose a bank (and your parents’ bank isn’t always the best choice, because their financial situation is different from yours), you also have to make sense of all the account options available to you. It’s easy to get analysis paralysis and put it off altogether.

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The do’s and don’ts of checking your credit score

A credit inquiry is what happens when a lender checks your credit report to get an idea of your creditworthiness. Here’s what you need to know about the two main types of credit inquiries.

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What kind of data makes up your credit report?

Here’s a summary of the key data that’s included on your credit report and what they mean.

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