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  1. 5 Things You Need to Know About 0% APR Offers

    5 Things You Need to Know About 0% APR Offers

    If you’re looking for a new credit card, you’re probably bombarded with different advertisements. Cards often boast high rewards, signup bonuses, and travel benefits. Another common perk is a promotional 0% annual percentage rate (APR) offer.

  2. Can You Pay Quarterly Taxes with a Credit Card?

    Can You Pay Quarterly Taxes with a Credit Card?

    While most people have taxes withheld from their paycheck by an employer, self-employed individuals and small business owners are required to pay taxes themselves. They do this every three months through quarterly tax payments to the federal government and their state if required.

  3. NASCAR® Credit Card from Credit One Bank® Review

    NASCAR® Credit Card from Credit One Bank® Review

    If you’re a NASCAR fan who is constantly buying fan merchandise or just someone who wants to earn cash back rewards on all their purchases, the NASCAR credit card from Credit One Bank could be exactly what you need. Not only will you earn points with your NASCAR-branded card when you use it to pay bills or cover regular purchases, but you’ll earn double rewards when you shop in the certified NASCAR Shop at NASCAR.com.

  4. 10 Ways to Save Money in 2020

    10 Ways to Save Money in 2020

    2020 is here, so it’s the perfect time to get your financial life in order. If you’re looking to boost your savings or pay down debt, it’s important to take action and come up with a plan so you can meet your goals.

  5. Pros and Cons of Using a Personal Loan for Business Expenses

    Pros and Cons of Using a Personal Loan for Business Expenses

    If you dream of starting a business or want to expand your side hustle, finding the money you need to make your goals a reality can be difficult. Most business loan lenders require you to be in operation for several years before you can qualify for a loan; if your business is new, you won’t be eligible for a loan.

  6. 5 Credit Card Resolutions You Should Make in 2020

    5 Credit Card Resolutions You Should Make in 2020

    Credit cards often get a bad rap, but if used wisely, they can be excellent financial tools. In 2020, make better managing your credit one of your top New Year’s resolutions. Here are five simple credit card resolutions you can use to better your finances.

  7. 7 Ways to Get Your Finances in Shape in 2020

    7 Ways to Get Your Finances in Shape in 2020

    Financial resolutions are some of the most common; saving more and spending less was the fourth top resolution in 2019, according to an Inc survey. If bettering your relationship with money is one of your top resolutions, here are seven ways to get your finances in shape in 2020.


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