Is it Worth Getting a Bill Negotiation Service?

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“I [have]… a very particular set of skills, skills I have acquired over a very long career, skills that make me a nightmare for people like you.” If your bill negotiation service representative was action star Liam Neeson, this is how he might sound when confronting your service providers. The real-life version might be less exciting, but that doesn’t mean hiring someone to slay your cell...

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Can Installing Solar Panels Increase Your Home Value?

The best reason to aspire to own a home is the knowledge that your landlord generates revenue in their sleep. When you rent an apartment or property, you pay rent to a landlord. It is the landlord or the property owner hired by the landlord, who collects your hard-earned money to pay their own bills. Meanwhile, while you are paying for your landlord bills or the bills of the original property owners...

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Where to Keep Your Money While Saving for a House

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The typical cost of a new house is over $330,000. That is a lot of money to save for in a pandemic wrecked economy. So where should you keep your money while saving for a house? You should keep in mind that saving for a house is a time-exhaustive process. It takes time to save enough money for a down payment, closing costs, and pay for all of the ancillary costs that come after buying a house, like...

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Top 3 Penny Stock Books for Newbies

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As of November 20, 2020, the United States unemployment rate is just under 7%. Now, when less than 800,000 Americans apply for unemployment insurance on a weekly basis, it is seen as “progress.” While stock investment may not be a priority now for many, it is a financial instrument too many neglect. In fact, prudent investment is an important part of achieving financial security. And you don’t...

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