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Use the Airbnb of Car Rentals to Make Money on the Side

By , August 14th, 2018

Over recent years, the transportation industry has undergone some astounding changes. The introduction of ride-share companies, including Uber and Lyft, became game-changers in the sector. As of mid-2018, approximately 833,000 Uber drivers hit the road during the prior year, shaking the taxi industry to its core. Now, there’s another disruptor in the transportation space. Two […]


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Fall Organization: Is Being Disorganized Keeping You Broke?

By , August 14th, 2018

In general, life is more expensive when you are disorganized. You wind up spending money on things you wouldn’t normally, blowing your budget, and going into debt. Here are a few fall organization tips to help you get your finances on track. How Disorganization Can Impact Your Finances Being disorganized can impact your finances significantly. […]


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Stores with the Best Deals for Back to School Clothing

By , August 13th, 2018

There are approximately 50.7 million public school students in the US. There are an additional 5.2 million private school students across the country too. In July, back to school spending reached $82.8 billion, and many families have yet to finish all of their shopping. They are still on the hunt for great back to school […]


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Can You Get Your Tires Rotated for Free at Costco?

By , August 10th, 2018

Cars are expensive to own. Not only do we have to concern ourselves with the monthly payment. We also have to be able to afford the normal maintenance that each car requires. From air filter changes to tire rotations, vehicles need a lot of attention. Costco offers great deals on just about everything, but what […]


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Oil Change Prices: Is DIY Cheaper Than Going to a Shop?

By , August 10th, 2018

If you own a car, then regular oil changes are a must. How often you need to change your oil varies depending on your driving habits and the make, model, and year of your vehicle. Many manufacturers recommend an oil change every 3,000 to 10,000 miles, with older cars, trucks, and SUVs typically on the […]


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These Photos of 1990s Prices Will Have You Wanting to Travel Back in Time

By , August 10th, 2018

Oh, the 90s. It is one of the most fondly-remembered decades for many reasons, ranging from the music to who was president. What many people don’t realize is that 1990s prices were something to look back on in adoration as well. Check out the crazy low prices we took for granted in the 90s below. […]


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When is Labor Day?

By , August 9th, 2018

Labor Day is a federal holiday. It recognizes the achievements of the American workforce and the hard work they put in to help the country prosper. You may be wondering when is Labor Day? For 2018, Labor Day is on September 3rd. Often, the holiday marks the unofficial end of summer. In most cases, children […]


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Save Time or Save Money? Making the Right Choice

By , August 9th, 2018

As many say, time is money. Partially, this is true. Indeed, time has its own value that we cannot take back anymore once lost. However, there are instances wherein time and money are not really reflections of each other. In some such cases, they are not even equals in the sense that you lose one […]


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What Is the Best Type of Gas for My Car?

By , August 8th, 2018

In the US, there are approximately 116,000 gas stations. Once you pull in for a fill-up, most customers encounter a few choices. Regular, plus (or mid-grade), and premium are common for unleaded gas. In most cases, you’ll also find diesel available. It isn’t uncommon to wonder, “What’s the best gas for my car?” when you […]


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Can You Afford It? 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Borrowing Money

By , August 8th, 2018

Before borrowing money, it’s important you sit down and carefully consider a few things first. Doing this will help you to ensure you avoid getting into financial trouble or find yourself struggling to make repayments on time and in full. Before you hit “apply now”, ask yourself these five questions: Q1: Do I need to […]


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