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Planning a Vacation – What Are Your Pet Care Options?

Pets are part of your family, like a small, furry child. Unfortunately, pets aren’t always welcome when you travel. If you are planning a vacation, and wondering how to make sure your beloved pet is cared for in the process, we have some pet care options for you. Pet Care Options 1. Check with Your […]

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Ready for Christmas? Start Prepping for Holiday Gift Giving Now!

Halloween is still a month or so away. Is it really time to start preparing for holiday gift giving? The answer is easy: Yes! Christmas and other winter holidays can turn into major expenses for American families. In 2016, holiday retail sales in the United States totaled $655 billion, according to the National Retail Federation. […]

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Five Reasons Why You Need Renters Insurance

More than half of renters don’t have renters insurance. Think you don’t need it? Think again. Renters insurance is something every renter should have. If you need convincing, here are some reasons to consider why you need to get renters insurance today. 5 reasons you need renters insurance 1.You need the coverage. Your landlord may […]

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Will You Be Able To Pay For Your Child’s College Education?

5 excellent resources to get familiar with now It’s go time for parents of high school seniors, who are heading to college a year from now. College visits should be wrapping up. Standardized tests scores should be just about polished. And the hard work of filling out those college applications has begun. But that doesn’t […]

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Equifax Data Breach – What To Do Now

Equifax, one of the nation’s 3 credit reporting agencies, recently reported a data breach that could potentially impact 143 million Americans. If you have a credit report, your personal information could be at risk. If you have been the victim of a data breach, you may be wondering what to do now? It may seem frightening, but […]

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Buyer Beware: Watch Out For Deceptive Car Ads

There’s no question: Buying a car — used or new — is expensive. The average price for a new car topped $34,000 in June 2017, according to Kelley Blue Book analysts. Meanwhile, in 2016, the used-car transaction price reached a record high at $19,200, according to Edmunds. Considering that financial experts recommend the 20/4/10 rule […]

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Is Student Loan Debt Out of Control? My Student Loan Story..

It’s becoming more and more common for young adults graduating from college or other higher education programs to end their educational career with high amounts of debt. But how much is too much when it comes to student loan debt? At what point is the debt load that students are taking on too much to […]

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A Financial Checklist For Natural Disaster

Most of us are aware, at least in general ways, of how to prepare for a pending natural disaster. We may know how to board up our homes to protect them from hurricanes, purchase bottled water when a storm is coming, stock up on non-perishable food items and make sure we have batteries on hand […]

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Student loan debt consolidation – is it right for you?

Should I consider student loan debt consolidation? The total amount of student loan debt in the United States is a moving target — and breaking records every minute. In fact, a student loan debt clock, developed for MarketWatch, pegs the growth in outstanding balances at $2,726.27 every second, pushing the grand total closer and closer […]

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Easing Homework Struggles – Before They Start

Free tools that help kids, parents get homework done As a new school year looms, some students and parents might just be gearing up for another year of battles — over homework struggles. In one Stanford University report, nearly 100 percent of high school students surveyed said homework was a stressor — and these were […]

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