finance

What Is an EIP Card? Everything You Need to Know About How Second Stimulus Payments Could Arrive

With many on the edge of their seats, hoping for a second round of stimulus payments, many believe that it won’t come in the form of a check this time. Instead, those eligible may receive an EIP card.
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How to Save on Your Cell Phone Bill During Coronavirus

All the extra time you’ve been spending on your phone while in quarantine texting friends and family, Facetiming, browsing the web, and checking social media could be costing you unnecessarily. Find out how to save now!
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More Than 100-Million People Affected By Capital One Data Breach

If you've applied for a Capital One credit card, your personal information may have been hijacked in the largest data breach ever. More than 100-million people are affected by this criminal hacking which swiped information from credit card applicants dating back to 2005, including names, addresses...
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The 5 Highest Paid Musicians

Billboard magazine recently put out their list of highest paid musicians here in the U.S. These figures take into account what the artists made in 2018 from sales, streaming, publishing, and touring combined. These are the top 5: #5 - Ed Sheeran - $41.8 million #4 - Kenny Chesney - $42.5 million #3...
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Great Formula For Paying Off Debt

I have tried for years to get a handle on the best way to pay bills in a timely manner and eliminate debt. With our son graduating college.... here comes the big bill. Well, about ten years ago I came upon Dave Ramsey, through radio and I have read his books, listened to his podcast and most...
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A Quick Rule For Smart Car Buying

I think sometimes quick tricks or rules of theumb can help us to stay withing our spending limits thanks to Dave Ramsey I have learned and applied many in my life. The 20/4/10 rule of thumb is a good example of one. I Here’s how it works: 20% down payment on the car. 4-year car loan or less. 10% or...
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