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Buy or Lease Car | Which is Better?

When it comes to having a car, you have two options: buy it or get it on a lease. There are short-term cost advantages to leasing, but you lose the asset ownership benefit over the longer run. The decision depends

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Save money on veterinary bills

How to Lower Pet’s Veterinary Bills

For many of us, pets are dear family members. Thanks to the advances in veterinary medicine, there is nearly no limit to what you can do for your sick or injured pet. Whether it’s a kidney transplant, radiation therapy, or

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Buy or rent your next house

Should You Buy or Rent Your Next Home?

One of the first decisions you make when moving is whether to rent it or buy. Both have their fair share of advantages and disadvantages. We’ve consolidated a list here to help you compare the options. Continue reading this article

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Types of Pet Insurance

Our 11-year-old dog Maddox is the center of our world. He pretty much sleeps all day, but he is always there to greet us at the door or to curl up for a cuddle on the couch. For the first

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Do you need a home warranty?

Are Home Warranties Worth It?

People tend to mistake home warranties and home insurance as the same type of coverage. However, this is wrong as insurance covers costs such as fires, property-related crimes, and even water-related issues that could damage the entire structure of the

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Should you buy a car used or new?

When it comes time to buy a car, one of the most frequent questions we hear are whether new or used cars are better? Many people’s knee jerk response is that used cars are a better value (lower cost than

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7 Best Meal Kits | 2020 Version

Over the past few years, meal kit delivery services have become increasingly popular. In fact, according to Time Magazine, the meal kit service industry was estimated to be worth USD$2.2 billion globally as of the year 2017. The US alone

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