Car Loans: What You Need to Know

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Are you in the market for a new car or truck? If you are, you’ll probably also need an auto loan. You can get the loan from the dealership, where you’ll probably get enticed with all kinds of extras that will drive up your final cost, or from a direct lender like Harvester Financial, where you’ll get a lower rate and improve your bargaining power!

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Home Improvement Q&A

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It is one of the worst times in recent history to be shopping for a new car. The market is locked up and prices are high. We have tips to help you navigate the market.

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The Price of Dog Ownership

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With tax filing season well underway and stimulus checks flowing out to everyone, it’s no wonder the scammers are having a field day this year! Don’t be one of their victims!

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National Virtual Vacation Day

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 The world may be vacationing again, but National Virtual Vacation Day is still fun to celebrate! We have tips and “destinations” for you to explore!

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8 Money Savings Hacks for Valentine’s Day 2021

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Money Saving Hacks for Valentine’s Day 2021   It’s time to celebrate the significant other in your life! If you’re thinking that means pricey gifts, expensive dates and blowing an entire day’s salary on a restaurant meal, think again. There’s no need to drain your wallet while trying to create the perfect Valentine’s Day. Instead,…

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You Need Better Sleep, Says the Better Sleep Council

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A study from the Better Sleep Council says better sleep may be the key to making 2018 goals stick. (They would say that, of course). The Council is offering these tips for making the most of sleep time: Make daily sleep appointments. Develop a routine in which you go to bed at the same time and…

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National Thrift Store Day Is This Friday

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If you haven\’t been to your local thrift store in a while, perhaps this Friday would be a good time for a visit. That because August 17 has been designated as National Thrift Store Day. According to The Association of Resale Professionals — via the U.S. Census Bureau — there are currently more than 25,000…

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National Ice Cream Day Is Almost Here

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Sunday, July 15 is National Ice Cream Day in the U.S., the Census Bureau reminds us. One of the joys of summer and sins of consumption goes back to 1786, when commercially made ice cream was first advertised in New York City. Until then, ice cream was a privately prepared treat. But the New York Post…

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The Limited Recharge Following a Vacation

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Taking time off helps the majority of U.S. workers recover from stress and experience positive effects that improve their well-being and job performance, but for nearly two-thirds of working adults, the benefits of time away dissipate within a few days, according to a survey released by the American Psychological Association. The Good Effects of a…

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Children and Swimming: Pool-Safe Does Not Equal Open-Water Safe

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Many children learn to swim in pools. This is good, but it doesn\’t exactly prepare them for the challenges of swimming in open water, according to Safe Kids Worldwide. As summer swimming season kicks off this Memorial Day weekend, Safe Kids Worldwide and Nationwide’s Make Safe Happen program are releasing a new report highlighting the…

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