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applying for a car loan

Applying for a Car Loan? Here’s How to Lower Your Auto Costs

Americans love their automobiles and are willing to use financing in record amounts to acquire them. Roughly 85% of Americans who purchased a new car in the last six months used financing, either a lease or a car loan. Buying a car is typically the second largest purchase behind a home for most people and […]

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expensive taste

Expensive Taste? 6 Keys to Reign In Splurging on Luxury Items

For most people, sticking to a budget or trying to save money are difficult chores — as is evidenced by the credit card debt that exists in the United States — but if you’re someone with expensive taste, it can be especially hard. Whether you prefer the best in wine, shoes, or jewelry, having an […]

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balanced life

3 Steps to a More Balanced Life

Having and maintaining a balanced life are important. In a previous article about 8 ways to overcome the fear of success, maintaining a balanced life is an essential part of achieving the success you have always wanted. It helps you get to the level you want to be without sacrificing other parts of your life. […]

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buy lease

Buy, Lease, or Subscribe: Which Auto Option is Best Suited to Your Needs?

  What’s your dream car? Mine is a 1988 Porsche 911. When you’re thinking about your new ride, you’re more than likely just imagining yourself behind the wheel. But how are you going to make it happen?   Do you see yourself in this car for as long as you can fathom, or is it […]

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How to Run a Successful Survey

Surveys are a powerful way to get objective information on a certain topic. If you’re a business, conducting a successful survey can give you insight of who your customers are, what they like, and how they think. If you’re a human resources department, you can do a survey to find out how your employees are […]

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be frugal

3 Things You Don’t Want to Be Frugal About

  Whether you’re saving up for something special, paying off some debt, or just don’t want to spend ridiculous prices for a brand name, being frugal is beneficial for the bank account. Some days we can’t afford the prices that are out there. But being frugal doesn’t mean you are being cheap. It also doesn’t […]

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