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Articles in April 2018

  1. Why You Should Refinance Your Car Loan

    Why You Should Refinance Your Car Loan

    Having less-than-stellar credit, a car loan can be prohibitively expensive. If you have purchased a car with a high-interest loan and your financial situation has improved since then, you might be able to save money. Here’s what you need to know about refinancing and how to decide whether or not it’s right for you.

  2. Top Rewards Cards for Summer 2018 Travel

    Top Rewards Cards for Summer 2018 Travel

    Fortunately, your summer getaway doesn’t have to break the bank. There are myriad travel credit cards that can make your summer getaway both cheap and fun, although the right card for your needs depends on where you want to go and your travel style.

  3. Should I Use a Personal Loan to Start My Business?

    Should I Use a Personal Loan to Start My Business?

    When you have a great idea for a business, the biggest roadblock to your success is money. Depending on how much you need to get started, a personal loan may be a good option to consider. But before you fully commit, take a look at this list of pros and cons to make sure it’s right for you.

  4. 7 Places to Sell Unused Stuff for Cash

    7 Places to Sell Unused Stuff for Cash

    Whether you’re short on cash and need money to pay rent or just want to boost your savings, your home can be a great source of income. It's best to start comparing prices on a number of selling sites to ensure you get the best deal. Check out these top 7 places to sell your unused stuff online.

  5. What to Do If You’re Audited

    What to Do If You’re Audited

    Last year, the IRS processed over 134 million tax returns. Of those returns, only one million were selected for an audit. Your chances of being selected are slim, but everyone is at risk of an audit. Audits are time-consuming and stressful, and many people don’t know how to proceed.

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