DEC
25
How Often Should You Change Your Oil?

How often do you change the oil in your car? Do you do it every 3,000 miles like clockwork? Or do you follow the three-months rule? Or maybe you just wing it and get it changed every so often when you realize you haven’t done it in a while and your car feels funny.

A popular belief is that the oil must be changed in a car every 3,000 miles or three months, whichever comes first.

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DEC
18
Late Payments: A Quick Way to Ruin Your Credit

35% of your credit score is determined by your credit history. That means missed payments can really drag your score down. You may think that just missing one is no big deal, or that if you’re only a little late it doesn’t matter.

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DEC
08
Time to Consider Winter Tires

If you live in an area where it gets cold during the winter, you may want to consider getting winter tires for your car. For a time, most people talked about snow tires, those specifically designed for travelling on snow covered roads.

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NOV
26
Can You Lose Your License for Missing a Payment?

Student loan debts are the second largest source of household debt. 44 million Americans, the most ever, with amounts totally over $1.45 trillion. Unfortunately, that means that the number of individuals who are defaulting on these loans is also growing.

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NOV
16
Correcting Errors On Your Consumer Credit Report

Staying on top of your credit history is important for every consumer. One way to do that is to review the credit reports made available from each of the three major credit bureaus, Equifax, Experian, and Transunion.

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