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3 Dealership Warning Signs for Car Buyers


When you’ve finally decided that you want to buy or get an auto loan for a new car, the last thing you want to experience is being cheated by th...

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Start Holiday Shopping Early


For most of your life, Thanksgiving (and subsequently Christmas) have probably involved family bonding opportunities and hassle-free trips to the groc...

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5 Ways to See Your Favorite Team Live on a Budget

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Seeing your team win in person can be great, but you know that it can get pretty darn expensive. If you’ve ever been to a game, you know very we...

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Halloween Party Hacks


Are you tired of experiencing the same Halloween parties over and over — and spending a lot on them? You might have searched here and there to f...

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How To Avoid Purchasing Flooded and Fixed Cars


Hurricane Ida is one of the strongest hurricanes to hit the U.S. in recent memory, causing much flooding and devastation. After an event like this, fl...

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How To Tip In Different Situations


Tipping lets you show your appreciation to a delivery person or server’s hard work; plus, it can help them settle their monthly bill or pay thei...

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4 Financial Tips for College Freshmen

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As you venture out into the world as a college freshman, you now have a lot more freedom and more responsibility. The financial decisions you make now...

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Three Reasons Why Your Car Insurance is So Expensive

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Did you know the average American pays $1,674 a year or about $140 a month on auto insurance?* Like it or not, it’s a necessity if you own a car...

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3 Ways to Save on Back to School Expenses


“The second busiest retail season of the year, next to holiday shopping.” That’s what one National Retail Federation report had to s...

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Car prices hit a record high. Why, and what that means for you.


The average new car price hit a record $38,255 in May, according to JD Power. That’s up 12% from the same period a year ago. If you’re out...

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