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How Your Car Leaves Financial Information Vulnerable To Identity Thieves

By |November 20th, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Almost everyone knows the dangers of identity theft and how many different forms it can take. According to Javelin Strategy and Research, in 2016, 15.4 million consumers in the United States were victims of identity theft at an estimated cost of $16 billion. One major way identity thieves can get your information is through your car. To keep your personal information

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Remote Working Trends Changing, Experts Say — Tips to Simplify Your Transition

By |November 20th, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Experts say that more than half of all companies now allow their employees to work remotely in some capacity. And even though this has the potential to help companies save a lot of money, it shouldn't be looked at as a free-for-all. Bankruptcies in the U.S. increased to 25,227 companies in the second quarter of 2016, and if you aren't careful when transitioning to

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Houston Robot Brothel Construction Stalled Due to Moral Outrage and Permitting Problem

By |November 20th, 2018|Categories: Life|

Our neighbors to the North wanted to open an unconventional pleasure parlor in the heart of the South -- but they've been thwarted by moral objections -- and a problem with their permits. KinkySDollS, a Canadian company, announced they'd open their "robot brothel" -- the first in the entire United States -- in Houston, Texas earlier this month. The company

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How To Buy A Used Car And Not Get Ripped Off

By |November 1st, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

If you're looking for a deal on your next vehicle, you might be considering buying your car used instead of new. You're certainly not alone; between private-party sales and dealership sales, nearly 40 million used cars exchange hands each year. While this can be an excellent way to save some money on your next car, be careful. If you don't do your

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No Matter Your Financial Situation, Make Sure You’re Protecting Your Assets

By |November 1st, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

According to a Caring.com survey, only 42% of U.S. adults currently have estate planning documents such as a living trust or will -- those percentages are even higher for younger adults, as well. In fact, 64% of Generation Xers (ages 37 to 52) and 78% of millennials (ages 18 to 36) do not have a will. Though young people shouldn't

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Budget House Hunting: Make Sure To Check On These 4 Things During Your Tour

By |October 22nd, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Buying a home is an exceptionally exciting experience. Of course, when you're budget house hunting, you have to be extra careful to find a house that fits more than your financial needs. Usually accompanying a major life change or shift toward maturity and independence, finding the perfect place to spend the rest of your days can seem daunting but is

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