May the 4th Be With You: Star Wars Day Swag

May the 4th Be with You: Star Wars Swag on Amazon
It began as the punniest holiday ever but quickly grew into an earnest (if somewhat random) celebration of the long-running (and still going) Star Wars franchise.
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Avoiding Mortgage Scams: Don’t Fall for Unreasonable Promises

People count the money to buy a house in future success.
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. That’s sound advice for almost all aspects of life, including the search for mortgage relief services.
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How To Get a Month of Free Food: 9 Meal Kit Companies Offering Discounts to New Customers

Eat for free for a whole month via the meal kit companies discounts for new customers.
Play your cards right and you might be able to line up a month’s worth of free meals if you were to try out all nine of the meal kit companies offering discounts to new customers.
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96 Awesome Ways to Generate Extra Cashflow

Generate extra cashflow -- here are 97 ways.
Who doesn’t want more money nowadays? We’ve got you covered on that front. Here comes a long list of different ideas on how to generate extra cashflow.
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Valentine’s Day Crafts Are Romantic Rescue from Crazy Inflation

Valentine's Day gifts that won't destroy your budget
Fall for the hype this week and you’re out an average of $143.56 for Valentine’s Day. Crafts and other do-it-yourself tactics can be more romantic and lasting, in addition to keeping you on budget.
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Ultimate Guide to Bitcoin — FREE Ebook!

Have we got something for you: a free ebook about bitcoin!
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Why You Need To Get a Flu Vaccine Right Now

Get a flu vaccine.
Flu vaccines aren’t just for the elderly  anymore. Here are 25 reasons you should go get vaccinated.
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Acquire the Trait All Financially Successful People Have

Financially successful
Financially successful people tend to all have a lot of self-discipline. Improving your discipline in one area of your life often spills into every other area. With that in mind, here are seven different self-discipline exercises. Try taking one of these on for 30 days and watch as your increased discipline starts to spread toward other areas.
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What’s the Best Free Recipe App?

The Apple Store and Google Play together offer more digital cookbooks than you probably have room for on your mobile device. So which one is the best free recipe app?
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What Will the New Tax Law Do to the Housing Market?

New tax law might slow down housing market.
The new tax law will have a profound impact on the housing market, although in ways that go beyond the deductibility of mortgage interest and property taxes. 
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4 in 5 Households Will Get a Tax Cut in 2018

Four out of five U.S. households will get a tax cut as a result of the legislation that President Donald Trump signed into law today.
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When Will Bitcoin Reach $100,000?

Will bitcoin reach $100,000?
Bitcoin has accelerated its pace of appreciation in recent months, and if the current levels between $15,000 and $19,000 make you itch for some of the action, you’re not alone.
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The Dow Jones Crossed the 24,000 Threshold. Now What?

The Dow Jones topped 24,000 -- now what?
Stocks appear to be increasing in volatility, yet the markets closed on Monday, December 4 with the Dow Jones Industrial Average is staying north of its most recent threshold, 24,000.
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Should You Get a Peer-to-Peer Mortgage?

Peer mortgage
If you can’t get approved for a home loan from a bank, you might want to look into applying for a peer-to-peer mortgage.
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4 Things To Know Before You Donate an Investment

Investment gifting is awesome.
While donations of any kind are appreciated, gifting investments benefits both the giver and the receiver. Here are four key things to know about this type of giving.
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What’s the Relationship Between the Stock Market and Federal Debt?

Are you wondering: What's the Relationship Between the Stock Market and Federal Debt?
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if gains in the stock market could actually reduce U.S. government indebtedness? If that were true, money might as well grow on trees. But there is a relationship between federal debt and the stock market. Source: Politifact About That Federal Debt The U.S. government’s indebtedness impacts the bond market along with the value of the dollar (as it trades in foreign...
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Frequently Asked Questions About Water Damage Claims from a Miami Public Adjuster

These are some of the typical questions that we see here at Churchill Public Adjuster Miami Firm. We wanted to share the answers to some of these questions and if you have any additional questions that were not addressed in this short FAQ, then do not hesitate in contacting one of our professional public adjusters; they are waiting for your call! Question: Can you help get my claim paid even though...
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How to Find Transportation That Seniors Can Afford

How to find transportation that seniors can afford
Affordable transportation is often a concern for senior citizens. Some seniors go without basics to make car payments they can’t afford for a car with little or no equity. Others need affordable replacement transportation but don’t have the income to finance a car. What are some options for these seniors?
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Social Security is Now Dipping Into Its Trust Fund

Did you know that within 15 years Social Security will not be able to pay out all of its promised retirement benefits? This is bad, but the news got a bit worse this week. The federal government now reports that for the first time in over 35 years, Social Security will have to dip into its reserves to pay out retirement benefits. We Knew It Was Coming This isn’t as shocking as it might seem on the...
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Home Prices Outpace Pay Increases

Affordable housing is increasingly hard to find in today’s market. According to data from Trulia, America’s inventory of starter homes has decreased by almost half compared to six years ago while prices rose by almost 58 percent.
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5 Biggest Warning Signs for Student Loan Debt

As a nation, America’s student debt load is reaching crisis proportions. The New York Federal Reserve puts the total student loan debt at over $1.52 trillion, with the delinquency rate over 11 percent.
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