Buying A Car? Smart Buying Tips To Help Slash Your Family's Transportation Costs

Posted on: 11 July 2018
Auto loans have become somewhat of a normal expenditure for the majority of households today. In fact, according to statistics from 2017, an estimated 107 million people in the United States currently have one or more outstanding car loans, which is 37 million more than just five years earlier. Because having car debt is something that most households will need to consider, finding ways to save money on these loans is an important way to help make the household budget go farther.
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Heading Abroad? 5 Things To Do In Advance To Prepare Your Credit Card For The Trip

Posted on: 17 April 2018
Using your credit card during an overseas trips helps protect you and make your time abroad easier. But before you pack your bags and head off, do these five things to save money and time once you leave. Check Fees and Limits. Understand what your credit card charges for things like international transactions and currency conversion. You should look for a card that carries no international transaction fees. If this is not possible, you can still save money by limiting use of the credit card to ATM transactions to get local cash.
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4 Signs You Should Hire An Estate Sale Service

Posted on: 26 January 2018
Hosting an estate sale is a good way to get rid of the items from an estate while potentially making some money off of the sale at the same time. Some people plan and host these sales all on their own, but this isn't always the best idea. Instead, you could find that hiring an estate service to help you with the entire process is a smarter decision. These are a few signs that it might be a good idea for you to use one of these services.
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Ensuring Your Project Will Be Completed With Bonds

Posted on: 25 November 2017
When a large project is being started and contractors are hired for specific segments of the project, the developer will often as the contractor for a legal guarantee that the job will, in fact, be completed. The loss of money that the developer stands to lose if the project is not complete can be huge, It is because of this, bonding the contractor can be necessary. There are several bond types that are used in the construction industry that are designed to protect the developer.
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