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    The 7 Smartest Things You Can Do for Your Finances

    The seven smartest things you can do for your finances revolve around your spending habits, investment strategies, and savings approach.

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    How Can I Build Credit in College?

    Many students use credit cards to help build credit while they’re in college. In turn, this gives them an early start. Additionally, these tools can make your transition to post-graduation life smoother and easier. For example, an investment in a credit card security deposit can yield fruitful results down the road. Because of this, you may qualify for a mortgage…

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    Work From Home Tax Deductions That You Can Claim

    At home businesses have many advantages over their brick-and-mortar counterparts. For a start, entrepreneurs save money on gas and office rent. Similarly, freelancers that operate online enjoy unique benefits in comparison to employees who commute to a physical office location. However, transportation costs and rent are on the tax deductible expenses list of traditional businesses, but not digital ones. Nonetheless,…

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    How to Find Cheap Wi-Fi Plans

    Thanks to the rapid spread of digitalization, people can easily shop for competitive and cheap Wi-Fi plans. Moreover, cable companies aren’t the only ones who offer these services. Phone providers, amongst others, allow you to lower your average internet bill and pick between different cheap internet deals. However, cable corporations still have a strong monopoly, even though it is diminishing.…

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    The Best Savings Opportunities in 2020

    When we entered 2019 one year ago, businesses and consumers, alike, were concerned about the economy. During that time, trade relations between the US and China escalated. In addition, the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates several times in 2018, with more increases planned for 2019. Just as importantly, the stock market plummeted and reached alarming lows. However, one year later,…

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    How to Pick the Best Gas Rewards Card

    According to a recent poll, more than two-thirds of Americans (62%) prefer gas rewards over other discount programs. After all, almost all consumers have to drive to work or school on a daily basis. Moreover, choosing the best gas rewards card (which depends on the individual’s circumstances) is especially important to those who have a long commute to work, as…

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    How to Cope with Higher Gas Station Prices

    Just as with any other product, the gas station prices that consumers pay to fill their cars depends on the cost of producing the fuel. More specifically, when petroleum, the original product that gas is derived from, becomes more expensive, so does the cost of transportation. In those situations, consumers may struggle to find cheap gas nearby them. Since early…

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    How Brexit Impacts American Consumers

    This week, the Conservative Party won the parliamentary and UK prime minister election in a landslide. As a result, the Tory government will almost certainly conclude Britain’s departure from the European Union (EU). Equally as important, if Prime Minister (PM) Boris Johnson delivered Brexit today, his Conservative government will immediately aim towards reaching a trade deal with the US. Even…

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    Trade and Your Wallet

    During the last few years, international trade took center stage. Today, it is even more important to analysts, media pundits, investors, and other economic players. Above all else, issues related to the China tariffs list, the potential USMCA trade agreement, and Brexit have a direct impact on household budgets. To clarify, volatile trade relations translate to unstable food, energy, and…

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    How to Catch Up When You’re Falling Behind on Your Bills

    We’ve all been there – too many bills to pay and not enough time. It feels as sudden as running into a brick wall. Unfortunately, the longer you take to pay back your bills, the more that will accumulate – and the deeper of a debt hole you’ll fall into. With careful planning, you can quickly catch up on all…

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