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What Credit Card Should I Get?

Posted on June 4, 2019
A credit card gives you the freedom to spend on the go. The right credit card certainly can improve your life, but dozens of options make choosing a credit card confusing. Factors For Deciding What Credit Card You Should Get Consider several factors to help you choose the right credit card for you. Know Your Current Credit Health Your credit score and use of credit in the past affect your ...Read More
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The Best Type Of Credit Card To Build Credit

Posted on May 31, 2019
Building credit is important for your financial health and your future. A strong credit score could improve your chances of obtaining favorable loan terms, including a low-interest rate and high borrowing limit. Employers even use your credit score to determine if you’ll be a responsible employee. Whether you’ve just graduated from college and want to establish credit, plan to purchase your first home or want to qualify for a job ...Read More
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How A Credit Card Balance Transfer Works

Posted on April 18, 2019
Life gets expensive and often you’re left with having to accumulate a little bit of debt in order to accomplish certain goals. However, credit cards are handy in emergencies, offering a helping hand when there’s nowhere else to turn. Yet, if you find that your debt and current interest rate is becoming too high to manage, you have the option to take advantage of a lower interest rate credit card ...Read More
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Developing a Storm Preparedness Plan for Your Boat: Tropical Storms and Hurricanes

Posted on February 15, 2019
The summer season has the potential to bring fun-filled days and enjoyment for many boat owners. Experienced mariners know fickle weather is a fact of life, but some weather events have the potential to seriously damage or even destroy your vessel. If a tropical storm or hurricane is forecast on the horizon, having a plan in place can help you to prepare your boat for many possible circumstances — whether ...Read More
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Tips to Check Tire Tread

Posted on January 15, 2019
Tire problems are thought to be a factor in one out of 11 vehicle crashes.1 Blowouts, tread separation, under inflation, and worn treads—the grooves in your tires that offer stability and traction—are some of the tire problems associated with these crashes. Like a pair of sneakers that get more slippery with use, your tires lose their ability to grip the road as their treads wear down. Checking your tire treads can ...Read More
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Tips for Handling A Tire Blowout

Posted on December 15, 2018
For many drivers, there is nothing more frightening or potentially dangerous than a tire blowout at almost any speed. While the number of tire-related crashes has dropped dramatically since 2008, when all new vehicles were required to have automatic tire pressure monitoring systems, these numbers still remain high. The stats do not lie, as tire blowouts and flats result in nearly 11,000 collisions and 200 fatalities each year.1 With all ...Read More
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Personal Loans For Bad Credit – Are They Right For You?

Posted on November 30, 2018
A personal loan is a great option for an individual who needs a bit of financial help. However, their accessibility relies heavily on credit.   Personal loans for bad credit are not easy to obtain because they create a great deal of risk for the lender. And, they may not always be the ideal option for the borrower either. If your credit is not the best, but you want or ...Read More
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Dangers of Distracted Driving

Posted on November 15, 2018
Distracted driving is any activity that could divert your attention away from the main task of driving.1It is something that is both dangerous and disturbingly common. In fact, drivers spend more than half of their time focused on things other than driving.2 You may be surprised to learn that cell phones and texting are just part of the problem when it comes to distracted driving. While stowing your phone while you drive ...Read More
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What’s The Best Financial Institution For Personal Loans?

Posted on November 14, 2018
  When you need a personal loan, you need flexibility. You need a lender willing to help you out and listen to your situation. The best bank for personal loans must provide you with a few fundamentals. The financial institution should lend you enough to handle your needs while also remaining affordable. Finding The Best Bank For Personal Loans When it comes to flexible lending and practical costs, a credit ...Read More
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What is Phishing?

Posted on October 26, 2018
Phishing is a popular form of fraud using an e-mail that appears to be coming from your financial institution, asking you to verify your information. These e-mails direct you to a site that looks just like your financial institution. From here, you are asked to provide sensitive information that can be used for fraud and identity theft. Any e-mails you receive asking for sensitive information should be reported immediately. Partners ...Read More

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