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I never understood why you shouldn't buy a house unless your planning on staying 5-10 years and have a 20% down payment. But now I do! Without a 20% down payment you will pay over 100k more in the long run (interest/fees, etc.) but most houses won't accumulate 100k in value until at least 5-10 years.
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The Future of Money and Mobile Commerce Mobile payment hasn’t become the de facto method of financial transactions just yet, but it is projected to overtake those archaic checkbooks and bank notes you’ve been lugging around.
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