About Paul Vachon

Born: Concord, MA BSBA from Indiana University of PA Composite Science Post-Baccalaureate Univerity of Texas - Austin

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Who Is Best Suited to a Rewards Credit Card?

If you are considering applying for a credit card, one thing to note is the wide choice of cards available these days. There are cards that are designed to cater to those who want to transfer their balance to save money on interest, those who want a longer interest-free period, and those who want to […]

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Long-Term Investment with Trading – Is It Possible?

Obviously, this is a rhetorical question for professional or well-versed traders. In fact, one of the first ways trading was made available to us was via forms of long-term investments that helped us build our pension funds, for example. Nowadays, however, more and more people see trading as short-term investments and are prepared to exit […]

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10 Top Reasons Why You Should Consider Relocating To Austin TX

Austin, the capital of Texas, is a thriving, vibrant city in the heart of the American south. With fantastic scenery, diverse culture and great affordability, there is something for everyone in Austin. The economy of Austin is one of the strongest in the state, and the rapidly growing population is a clear indication of this. […]

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Trying To Purchase A Home On A Low Credit Score? Here’s How You Do It

It is still possible for you to purchase a home with a low credit score. There are various different loan programs available to those on low incomes and credit scores. Here’s what you need to know. How To Improve Your Credit Score Whilst you can still purchase a piece of property with a lower credit […]

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Why Your Business Needs to Have an Online Presence

The Transformation Of The Business World Before the Internet was able to be accessed practically everywhere and at any time, businesses relied on traditional methods to make their presence known. Across the country, they utilized TV and radio commercials. Locally, they often used newspaper ads, signs, and local network commercials to introduce sales and new […]

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Restaurants in Minneapolis You’ve Got to Try

Founded in 1867, Minneapolis is split by the Mississippi River, which runs through it making it a popular city for anglers, boaters, and those who like other water activities. But above all, the Mall of America is the most well-known with 520 stores to peruse in over 4.8 million square feet. It even has an […]

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How To Create A Strong Family Unit In Difficult Times

Whether it is due to economic uncertainty or social isolation, hardships have been experienced by many recently.  One of the few things that could be worse than personal suffering is seeing your loved ones struggle too. Because of this it could be a good idea to rally together as a team to conquer life’s innumerable […]

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5 Mortgage Options for First-Time Homebuyers

Buying your first home is exciting. It can also be one of the most stressful times of your life. Mortgage options for first-time homebuyers can be confusing. Unless you have hundreds of thousands of dollars in the bank, you’ll probably need a mortgage to fund your home buy. Knowing some basics about mortgage option can […]

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