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    College Life on a Budget: 10 Items to Buy Used

    If you’re living on your own for the first time as a college student, everyday costs of living can come with significant sticker shock. You’ll need to learn how to stretch a budget. One way to save money in college is to purchase certain things used rather than new. Here are ten examples where you […] More

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    How to Save Money as a Recent College Grad

    Congratulations college grad! You earned your degree, perhaps lined up your first “real” job, and now you’re about to begin your new career. It took a lot of dedication to get you this far. But it probably also cost a lot of money. Whether you’re simply facing new expenses being on your own or you […] More

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    5 Ways College Students Can Save Money on Big-Ticket Purchases

    Everyone knows that getting a college education is expensive, but that doesn’t even include all the big-ticket purchases university students often make when they move away from home. Saving money as a student is a necessity. Let’s look at five common big-ticket purchases you might make as a college student and how you can save. […] More

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    10 Simple Ways to Save Money in College

    College life can be expensive, there’s no question about that. From classes and textbooks to living on your own for the first time, it would be no surprise if you’re feeling financially strained. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do to save money on college living. Here are ten easy ways you might be able […] More

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    How to Get the Most Truck for Your Buck

    Pickup trucks are some of the most practical and powerful vehicles on the road. They’re useful when you need to move furniture, haul a load or tow a trailer. They generally hold their value better than passenger cars and SUVs, which makes them a good investment. But buying a truck can also be very expensive! […] More

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    Five Things You Should Know About Car Insurance for Your Teenager

    There are many challenges parents face when their children become teenagers. When they start to drive, not only do they worry about them being behind the wheel of a car, they also need to be concerned about the cost of their insurance. Your Rates Will Go Up Insurance premiums are calculated based on the risk […] More

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    Five Reasons Why You Need Roadside Assistance for Your Next Road Trip

    You and your family have planned for and are looking forward to spending quality time together, visiting new places, and having fun on your upcoming road trip. You have: Planned where and when you still stop Chosen places of interest to spend more time exploring Booked hotel accommodations for stops along the way Scheduled payments […] More

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    Five of the Coolest Cars Under $30K

    If you’re like most people, you probably depend on your car. To take you to and from work, pick up the groceries, drop off the kids at school and soccer, and dance class, and band practice, and… well, you get the idea. The point is you spend a lot of time in your car. So […] More

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    Five Things to Look for When Buying a Used Car

    Before shelling out big bucks for a brand new car, or shackling yourself to an expensive lease, you should consider buying used. There is an element of risk, as these vehicles are usually sold “as is.” (Although some dealerships do offer warranties on used vehicles through a pre owned program.) I know quite a bit […] More

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