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When Should you Drop Full Coverage on your Car?

Full coverage car insurance covers you for most eventualities, but it is also expensive. You get what you pay for, and in this case, what you pay for is liability coverage, collision coverage, and comprehensive coverage. The question is, how essential are all of these coverage options and at what point do they become surplus to requirements? Your insurance coverage is never […]

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How to Make Your Apartment More Eco-Friendly

Unsplash There are a lot of perks to apartment living. They’re generally easier to maintain, can be more affordable than a house, and are great short-term commitments for those always on the go. However, one of the drawbacks to apartment-dwelling, particularly if you’re an environmentalist, is often the limited green actions available. Whether you rent […]

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If You Had a Baby in 2020, You Can Get $1,100 of Stimulus Money

If you’re the proud new parent of a 2020 baby, here’s some good news to get you through those sleepless nights: Your 2020 bundle of joy qualifies you for a sweet bundle of stimulus cash — $1,100 to be exact. Why Do New Parents Get an Extra $1,100? The first stimulus check gave parents an […]

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EverQuote Can Help You Get Life Insurance For As Low As $7/Month

Don’t know which life insurance you need? EverQuote can help you sort through the ocean of options to find a policy that’s right for you.

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By: Tonya Cox

I am not sure what to do...I went thru a debt consolidation company and completed in back in 2009..now 8 years later this collection agency is coming after me saying I owe 27,000 on an old debt. Mind you that I have not heard anything nothing notta from this company since 2009 now they are threatening to have a lien on our home..they drained my checking account and have tried 3 other banks to get money which were NOT my accounts they are grasping at straws and I don't know if there is anything I can do this company will NOT work with me they want full 27,000 now..please help with any advice you may have thanks

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What is Credit Card Churning? Dangers and Benefits

Credit card issuers have consumers right where they want them, lending money at high-interest rates and earning money from many different fees. Even reward cards benefit the issuers, because all the additional perks and rewards they provide are covered by the increased merchant fees, which essentially means the credit card company offers you extra money to incentivize you to spend, and […]

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Red Flags for Credit Cards: 7 Things to Watch for When You Have Bad Credit

Let’s say you’re in a bad credit situation, but you need a credit card. It can be hard to qualify for credit cards if your credit isn’t up to par. But there are credit cards out there that can help those with bad credit improve their score. Unfortunately, there are also credit cards that can... Read More

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Why You Should Not Buy a Credit Privacy Number (CPN)

If you’re looking to repair your credit, you may have come across websites that advertise a credit privacy number, credit protection number or CPN. These numbers are nine digits like a Social Security number (SSN), and sellers claim that you … Continue reading →

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