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Car Dealer Offering Zero Percent Financing

Should I Take the Zero-Percent Financing Offered by an Auto Dealer?

Q: I’m in the market for a new set of wheels, and I’ve seen some dealers advertising zero-percent financing. Should I take this offer? A: An auto loan without any interest sounds like a dream; however, there are many considerations before deciding to take out a zero-percent financing loan. Let’s take a closer look at…

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Money Matters in Tough Times

Money Matters in Tough Times

One of the most fundamental skills that anyone can possess is the ability to use the resources they have available to them in the best possible way. During times of affluence, you may not give resource management a second thought because there is enough to go around. During financial downturns, though, the money available is…

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Prioritizing Bills During a Financial Crunch

A Guide to Prioritizing Bills During a Financial Crunch

Our vibrant, animated country has been put on pause. Busy thoroughfares are now empty of pedestrians and previously crowded malls are eerily vacant, as millions of Americans shelter in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Forced leave of work has left many wondering if and when they’ll receive their next paycheck.

7 Money Myths You Need to Stop Believing Now

We all grow up hearing the same financial advice: Spend less, save more and invest early. While most of these words of wisdom ring true, there are lots of widespread money management tips that are actually false.

The newest trick from scammers: “neighbor spoofing”

If you’re no stranger to receiving telemarketing or scam calls, by now you may have picked up on some ways to avoid these annoying solicitors. Often, all the proof you need is right in the caller ID. After all, if a call is coming from a far-away city with which you have no personal connection,…

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