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What Do I Need to Know If I Haven’t Filed My Taxes Yet?

Like most people, I haven’t filed my taxes yet. I’m busy. I haven’t even started getting organized. If you’re like me, whatever your reason for not filing yet. It’s really not a big deal. We have until April 15 after all. But, waiting until the last minute to file our taxes means we might be rushed…. Read More

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6 Tips for Your Job Search During the Coronavirus Outbreak

New developments continue to pour in each day surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. The COVID-19 outbreak has drastically changed nearly every aspect of life for millions of people, and the workforce in particular has been hit hard. Businesses, employees, and job seekers are all scrambling to identify what exactly “normal” will look like in the coming… Read More

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How Safe Are Credit Cards with Chips?

Payments started with the barter system a long time ago. People exchanged goods or services for other goods or services. Eventually legal tender took over and money, in many forms—from tea bricks to cow to seashells—become the payment method of choice. Then virtual money came on the scene, including credit cards. And today’s credit cards,… Read More

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What Is the CVV on a Credit Card?

If you’ve made a purchase online or over the phone, you’re probably familiar with the three sets of credit card numbers you have to hand over. These numbers include the credit card number, the expiration date and the CVV. If … Continue reading →

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Under the Influence: 40% of Americans Have Purchased Something Seen on Social Media

Social media has wormed its way into most aspects of our lives. It’s how many adults make friends, find dates, and even build career networks. It’s a virtual portfolio of our personal and public selves, and of course many of…

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How To Find an Apartment in the Age of Coronavirus: A Guide for a Virtual Rental Search

Stay-at-home orders have made finding a new apartment difficult. But you can still successfully locate and tour an apartment under quarantine. Here’s how.

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Zillow predicts a stronger housing market in 2021

Zillow has said that it expects the for-sale housing market to gain even more strength in 2021 following an incredible run that came in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Zillow said in its 2021 housing predictions that demand is continuing to grow as we enter the new year, and that this will likely surge […]

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How the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Forever Changed the Process of Selling a House

The coronavirus ushered in many new methods to facilitate selling a home. Here are some of the practices experts say are here to stay.

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Staging Your Home Beautifully While on a Budget

If you’re looking to sell during this summer peak, then you need to consider staging your home. And, if you’re on a tight budget, no worries! We’ve got you covered.

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