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Paying Off Debts While Living Paycheck to Paycheck

For many people who are living on a paycheck to paycheck basis, debts you still have to pay off may seem insurmountable. With the right kind of management, though, you can find ways to pay down debt despite being relatively tight on your overall funds. At 1st Choice Money Center, we’re proud to offer quality…

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Utah Home Upgrades on a Tight Budget: Needs, Long-Term, DIY

In parts one and two of this multi-part blog series, we’ve gone over some simple ways homeowners can go about upgrading their spaces even if they’re somewhat tight on funds. You can make real improvements to your home without huge costs in many cases, and knowing how to do so is vital if such upgrades…

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Home Upgrades on a Tight Budget: Renting, Trading, Shopping Around

In part one of this multi-part blog series, we looked at some of the ways homeowners go about upgrading their homes even if they have limited funds. It doesn’t necessarily take a fortune or even a significant amount of money to make some important upgrades to a given home — it just takes some know-how.…

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Home Upgrades on Tight Budget: Funding, Organization, DIY

There are a number of areas that become a bit more difficult when you’re on a tight budget, and upgrading your home is one of them. However, with the right basic approaches and a little financial assistance, this is a process you can carry out without much trouble at all. At 1st Choice Money Center,…

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Signature Loans with Bad Credit: Can You Get Them?

If you have poor credit or no credit, your options in a financial emergency are somewhat limited. This leads to the common question of whether you can get signature loans with bad credit. The short answer is that yes, bad credit personal loans for Idaho and Utah residents can include signature loans. That being said, not…

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What is Debt Consolidation?

Debt consolidation is simply the process of combining two or more debts into a larger single one. This works best for consumers dealing with high-interest debts. The New York Federal Reserve claims that the average loans in the US including exceeded $14.9 trillion. Most of these Americans do not know how to manage these debts…

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