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Here are five apps and browsers that can help you maximize your money while shopping online. #forbesadvisor

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Homes are getting snapped up like PlayStations at Christmas and, if you’re lucky enough to find a house in your budget, you might end up competing with multiple bidders. Here are three tactics for first-time homebuyers in an outrageous market.

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More credit cards than ever are offering bonus points and miles in select categories. That means it’s important to know how a purchase will code before you make it—especially before making a large purchase.

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Is 2021 your year to break out into the world again and travel? If so, you may be looking at how to guard your trip against pandemic problems. One way is with travel insurance. Here are the best pandemic travel insurance plans of 2021.

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A capital gain is when you sell an investment or an asset for a profit. When you realize a capital gain, the proceeds are considered taxable income. The amount you owe in capital gains taxes depends in part on how long you owned the asset.

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We created this guide to help you find the right card to reach your financial goals, whether they include debt consolidation or financing a large purchase without interest charges. Here are our picks for the best 0% APR cards of 2021. #forbesadvisor

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Condo owners might not own the building and the land their home sits on, but they still need good insurance for their unit and personal belongings. That’s where condo insurance comes in. #forbesadvisor

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Housing shortcomings in the U.S. are plentiful and diverse. Solutions might lie in a massive $640 billion plan proposed by President-elect Joe Biden to address those issues—which is, incidentally, more than Taiwan’s annual gross domestic product in 2020.

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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, known as the FAFSA, is a form every student must fill out in order to get federal financial aid for college. Here’s what you need to know about how the FAFSA works and why it’s important. #forbesadvisor

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The weather outside is often frightful, but winter wine is so delightful. From full-bodied, comforting reds to an “almost red” to drink with a chill, here are 7 wines to uncork and cozy up to in the chillier months. @forbes

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Conventional mortgages make up the majority of all home loans—about 64% in total. Even though a conventional loan is the most common mortgage, it is surprisingly difficult to get. Here's what you need to know. #forbesadvisor

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Mortgage insurance helps homebuyers get a mortgage with an affordable, competitive interest rate and a down payment as low as 3%. Here's how it works. #forbesadvisor

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If you’re shopping for a loan, credit card or another source of financing, consider whether pledging collateral is a feasible option. We break down how collateral works, as well as common forms of collateral and the types of loans that require it.

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If you are itching to get out of town but you aren’t yet comfortable hopping on a crowded plane, train or bus, here are a few ideas for the cautious explorer who wishes to slowly transition back into the world of travel. #forbesadvisor

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Paycheck Protection Program funds will reopen to all PPP lenders next week and there are some notable changes to the program first approved by Congress last spring. Here are six things to know. #forbesadvisor

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Start 2021 off slowly with these superb low-ABV options—because when they go dry, you go low. And, no, there are no beers in this list because beer is not the answer to your low-ABV needs: Life is too damn short for that.

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USDA loans are home loans issued or guaranteed by the United States Department of Agriculture. These loans are part of the USDA’s Rural Development program, meant to encourage homeownership in small communities across the U.S.

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If you’re in the market to buy a house soon, you might have come across the terms conforming and non-conforming loans. Knowing the difference can help you target the right kind of loan for your situation. #forbesadvisor

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Here's a deep dive into credit card APRs and how to spot a good APR on your next credit card offer. #forbesadvisor

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