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What To Think About Before Bidding In an Online Auction

November 30th 2016 by
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Sometimes that perfect gift or treat for yourself isn’t easily found in typical retail stores. The Internet has made it much easier to obtain what we need or want, but that doesn’t mean the process IS easy. Online auctions are a great way to get collectibles and unique items, but prepare yourself before throwing your bid in. Set Your Budget Bidding can be fun, and competitive. In the heat of the competition, it can get easier to overlook how much you’re spending on something. Set a top limit before you even start bidding. Check Shipping Fees Your desired item may be…

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7 Tips for Black Friday Shopping

November 16th 2016 by
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Black Friday is still technically only one day, but it has morphed into a whole different animal. Black Friday sales can be seen starting in early November and run past the actual day as well. Because of its evolution, your shopping strategy needs to adapt. Make a List Figure out who you need to shop for and what you’d like to get them. This will make it easier for you to determine what retailers you need to look at, plus shopping with a list makes impulse buying less tempting. Start Checking Your Favorite Stores Now Black Friday may still be…

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Is Fall the Best Time To Buy a House?

Posted in Home Ownership
November 3rd 2016 by
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Sometimes it’s smarter to buy certain items according to the season, like sweaters near the end of  winter and swimsuits in late summer. But what’s the best season for buying a house? The answer: the fall. As temperatures cool and trees shed their leaves, enough factors break in the buyer’s favor to make it the No. 1 season for homebuying. Here’s why. LESS COMPETITION Many homebuyers are families who want to minimize a move’s effect on their kids’ schooling. They want them to start at a new school on the first day, not midyear. And so if their spring and summer searching didn’t work…

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Protecting Yourself From College Football Scams

November 2nd 2016 by
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Football season is upon us! Ticket scams are hitting college football fans hard and fast. It’s important to know how to get to that game without losing half your savings in the process. You can skip bootlegged merchandise at the game to avoid accidentally buying counterfeit goods. You can park in official places to avoid fake parking attendants. Those are easy scams to detect and dodge. Spotting phony tickets is harder. Almost all the phony ticket sales are made online, through sites like Craigslist or eBay. The seller writes a bit about how excited they were about using these tickets…

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Are Certified Pre-Owned Cars a Good Deal?

Posted in Buying a Car
October 26th 2016 by

You’re going car shopping, and you’ve decided you’re getting a used car. It makes sense: you don’t want to worry about depreciation just by driving off the lot, and there are plenty of like-new vehicles for sale. But you notice something as you’re shopping, and that’s the choice between a certified pre-owned vehicle, or one without that stamp of approval. Oftentimes the former comes with a bigger price tag, which makes you wonder if it’s worth it. Here are some things to consider to determine if it’s worth it for you. The Warranty Obviously the biggest pro the pre-certified car…

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