Tips on Getting a Used Auto Loan with Bad Credit

June 2nd, 2014

More and more people are coming to realize the benefits of buying a used car. If you’ve decided the same, you have definitely made a smart decision. The fact of the matter is you can purchase a car that is almost as good as a brand-new one and save up to 50% off the original

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Auto Loan Financing

May 21st, 2014

The decision to buy a new car will probably be one of the most important financial milestones in your life. In addition to the investment of money, you will spend a great deal of time looking for the right vehicle that caters to your needs. Similarly, you also need to spend time when looking for

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First Impressions Count with a Used Car

April 28th, 2014

Just as with selling a house, first impressions count when selling your car. It can even make or break a deal. If you’re planning to sell your car, help it make a good first impression on potential buyers. Here’s how: Clean it up. Going to the car wash may not be enough. Make sure the

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Picking Up Your New Car

April 23rd, 2014

Don’t get caught up in the excitement of picking up your new car that you forget to pay attention to the detail. Spot Deliveries When it comes to delivery of your car, the very first thing you need to be aware of, and know how to deal with, is the “Spot Delivery.” A spot delivery

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Smart Tips For Starting A New Business

April 18th, 2014

The many details involved in getting a new business off the ground could scare off even the most committed and motivated entrepreneurs. If you’re thinking about starting a new business, the Michigan Association of CPAs provides the following list to help you begin the process. Stick to what you know and love. Successful businesses don’t

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Save Money on Credit Cards

April 13th, 2014

You can save as much as a thousand dollars or more each year in lower credit card interest charges by paying off your entire bill each month or by using a check, cash or debit card for purchases. If you are unable to pay off a large balance, pay as much as you can and

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Avoid ID Theft When Job Searching

April 8th, 2014

Looking for a job? You should also be looking out for identity thieves. You want to be thorough on your résumé when you’re looking for a job. But here are a few things you should NOT include on your resume, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center. You can provide any of these things to

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Edison’s Tips to Thinking Creatively

April 3rd, 2014

Creativity isn’t just a talent; it’s a habit you can – and should – cultivate and grow. Learn how to develop your creative muscles from the genius of invention, Thomas Edison: 1. Question all assumptions. Don’t accept the conventional wisdom without first examining and challenging it. It’s said that Edison, when hiring a new employee,

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Planning an Affordable Family Vacation

March 31st, 2014

Travel expenses can take a big bite out of your budget, but the Michigan Association of CPAs advises that there are many ways to make your vacation dollar go further. Search for Deals Don’t miss out on the many online opportunities to find great bargains. You can use online travel sites to search for the

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Turn Retirement Dreams into Reality

March 24th, 2014

Have dreams about retiring early? We have some tips on how to make that dream a reality. According to the Michigan Association of CPAs, retiring early takes meticulous planning and more than a tidy sum of money, but for the truly committed, early retirement is possible. Here is what you need to do if you

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