Saturday , November 18 2017

Money

Common Sense About Auto Loans (and How Delinquent Subprime Loans Raise Rates for Everyone)

When you first take out your car loan, if you have a low credit score, your interest rate will be fairly high but as you make your monthly payments on time, that consistency contributes to building your credit. What this means is that as you make your payments and your credit score rises, you start to qualify for better interest rates.

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Election 2016: 35th Anniversary of the Largest Tax Cut in American History

August 13, 2016 will be the 35th anniversary of the largest tax cut in American history: The Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981. This law is generally credited with beginning the economic boom which carried through the 1990s. Why should we take note of this? Because in an election year, economic theory, history, and promises get thrown about like fish at Seattle’s Pike Place Fish Market. Watch out for fishy facts.

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Why the Self-Storage Industry Is on the Rise in 2016 (and What to Expect)

Self-storage is often an overlooked industry—at least compared to the social media and software startups coming out of Silicon Valley and elsewhere in the United States. But it is a necessary one, and one that’s been on the rise for several years. In 2016, it’s likely that self-storage centers all …

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Say More by Spending Less

In today's world of limited resources where less can be more, you can assert yourself as smart, fit, and environmentally aware without overspending on expensive brands. You can actually say more about yourself and achieve a better quality of life, free from clutter and credit card debt, by spending less and saving more.

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