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The car with the lowest price is always the least expensive car to buy, right?
Surprisingly, this isn't the case.
Let’s face it. We all love saving money.
For this reason, buying used has become more and more popular over the years. But some used items could cost you more in repairs or even pose health risks if you’re not careful. Below are three items we suggest you think twice about before taking them home:
While hoping for the best is a good thing, it’s also important to cover your bases in case of an accident or unplanned event. Insurance gives you protection against the unexpected. What if you are in a car accident? Suppose your home needs repairs from hail damage. If you pass away, would your surviving family be okay without your income? What if a chronic illness or disability renders you unable to work for a substantial period of time? It can be daunting to figure out what insurance policies you do and don’t need and where to get them. FORUM Credit Union members can enjoy affordable top-quality protection at discounted rates through TruStage™ Insurance Agency...
Understanding how to maintain your credit isn't exactly rocket science. Many of us know the basics: pay all of your bills on time, don't max out your credit cards, don't apply for a lot of credit, etc. But did you know there are less obvious, and even strange, ways to damage your credit?...
Shopping for a new or used car can be very stressful. Fortunately, you can ease the pain by knowing what you need, what you want, and most importantly, how to get it without getting yourself into a mess...
Your parents do a lot for you, so you may be asking yourself what you can do to help them out. As a member of your household, there are plenty of things you can do that will make a world of difference, not only for your family, but sometimes for the environment too.
Be sure to tell your parents about your changes. They will be very proud of you, and they may make some changes as well.
Where is YOUR wallet?
Whether you have already vacationed for spring break, or you are planning a trip for the summer, it's never too late to learn about a mistake that could turn your dream vacation into a nightmare. So listen up! We have a small tip that will make your college vacation more about fun, and less about straightening out your stolen identity.
It's the end of April and spring is finally here – well, sort of. The weather may not be cooperating in the mid-west, but we doubt unpredictable weather will hinder planning your dream vacation for this spring or summer.
Vacations can be good and bad – they allow for a change of scenery, exploration, and relaxation. However, vacations can also break the bank, especially since a lot of Americans resort to using their credit cards to pay for them. It doesn’t have to be that way; there are a couple of easy things you can do to ensure you have the money for your getaway.