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From The Insurance Blog

Get Visitor Health Insurance before Traveling

Traveling the world is a pleasurable experience for many, but occasionally, trips are ruined by a health emergency. Not only could this ruin your vacation, but doctor bills and medical evacuations could leave you financially devastated. Visitor’s health insurance can protect you from the costs of a medical disaster.

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From Auto Loan Blog

The Best Time to Buy a New Vehicle

The Best Time to Buy a New Vehicle

Buying your car at the right time of year can mean a difference of thousands of dollars in negotiating power. Taking advantage of the regular need for dealerships to unload inventory at specific times each year is key to shopping well.

 
From Mortgage Blog

Mortgage Loan Options

Mortgage Loan Options

Finding the right mortgage loan option can be a tedious and time-consuming task. Look at all of your options prior to committing to one specific loan, then choose the one that works best for you.

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From Debt Blog

The Difference Between Credit Negotiation and Consolidation

The Difference Between Credit Negotiation and Consolidation

If you do not know the difference between debt consolidation and debt negotiation you are not alone. Not understanding the difference can lead to serious financial loss or credit ruin for no good reason.

 
From Credit Cards Blog

Congress to Change Credit Card Laws

Congress to Change Credit Card Laws

Congress passed the Credit CARD Act of 2009 with considerable bipartisan support, and President Obama signed the legislation into law in May. The new law calls for more reasonable and transparent practices on the part of the credit card companies. In this post, we’ll explain how the CARD Act applies to you and when the new laws will take effect.

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