Online Grocery Shopping – Budget Friend or Foe?

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Before I dive into the meat of the blog, I have to ask – does anyone actually enjoy grocery shopping? For most people, it’s one of those chores that never goes away – like washing dishes. No matter how many times you do it, you always have to do it again.

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How to Easily Build Your Business Credit

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When it comes to obtaining funding for your business – a line of credit, SBA loan, or financing to buy equipment or inventory – having a strong business credit score can make all the difference in getting approved. Obtaining a solid business credit score is a little more complicated than just paying your loans on time. Unlike personal credit, it can take much longer to build your business credit since not all loans or vendor report to credit agencies.

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Red Flags potential buyers will notice

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When you’re buying a home it’s hard to notice everything during your walk-through, after all, it’s why you pay for an inspection. Often, it’s the little things that can add up to big costs after you sign the closing papers – and buyers will be looking for those little red flags.  

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Your Will: Understanding the Different Types of Bequests

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It’s no secret that having a Will is important but creating one doesn’t exactly rank high on the list of things to do on a Saturday night. Regardless of your thoughts about drafting a Will, if you’re unable to advocate for yourself, it can give power to someone you trust to speak on your behalf and it will make things much easier for your family and friends to manage your assets after you are gone.

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