How To Buy A Used Car And Not Get Ripped Off

By |March 23rd, 2021|Categories: Economics / Politics, General Personal Finance, Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , |

The coronavirus pandemic has caused an increase in Americans buying used cars to save more money. The average cost of a brand-new car is $40,000. In this pandemic-wrecked economic climate, more Americans are choosing to buy used cars like never before. The average used car costs about $20,000. And the typical monthly car note costs $400. However, since used car

5 Foods That Are Good for Your Oral Health

By |March 8th, 2021|Categories: Blog, General Personal Finance, Life, Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , , , |

Life can be over before you know it, so smile often while you still have teeth. That can be easier said than done for people without dental insurance. Also, fewer people are enthusiastic to go to the dentist now because of the pandemic. And depending on the dentist you visit certain dental procedures may not be permitted because of coronavirus

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SMBX: How To Serve Your Community and Earn at the Same Time

By |March 1st, 2021|Categories: Blog, General Personal Finance, Life, Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , , |

Many business experts believe that the simplest and best way to earn reliable income for the future is with a fixed-income investment. You can use a fixed-income investment to pay for retirement or generate extra income in the future. A fixed-income investment can also mitigate risk in a diversified financial portfolio. And most fixed-income investments pay anywhere between 5% to

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Living Comfortably on One Income

By |February 17th, 2021|Categories: General Personal Finance|

The pandemic changed the lives of many Americans. Thousands of businesses have closed or reduced their staff, costing people their jobs and livelihoods. As a result, many people now find themselves reduced to a single income. The good news is there are ways to make this new and unexpected situation work. Reducing Debt Large amounts of credit card debt from

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GameStop, Short Squeezes & Why Strategic Investing Still Matters

By |February 15th, 2021|Categories: Blog, General Personal Finance, Life, Personal Finance Tips, Stocks|Tags: , , |

Have you recovered from the stock market drama involving GameStop yet? The whole fiasco sounded like the plot out of a cable or streaming drama; poor and working-class investors defeating rich, elitist Wall Street investors at their own game. “Retail investors,” meaning people like you and me, are taken just as seriously as traditional investors now. “Meme Investing,” now a

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Will You Save Money if You Refill Fuel in the Morning?

By |February 1st, 2021|Categories: Blog, General Personal Finance, Life, Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , |

The kind of car that you drive can say a lot about you as the owner. For one thing, the model of car that you drive reveals how much money you pay for annual maintenance and fuel costs. A low-value home that needs intensive rehabilitation is called a “money pit” but the same idea can also be applied to automobiles.

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