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8 Ways to Save Money When Buying Tires for Your Car

Depending on the type of vehicle you drive, replacing a set of tires can cost anywhere from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars. So saving money on tires is critical for many tire buyers. Fortunately, there are many easy ways to save money on a new set of tires.
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How to Show Proof of Income – Common Sources & Situations

There are many occasions in which you may need to prove your income, whether you’re attempting to get a mortgage, auto loan, a new apartment, or a public welfare benefit. Read on to learn how to show proof of income from the most common income sources in a wide range of situations.
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What’s the Minimum Down Payment I Need to Buy a Car?

Many lenders require down payments to show the buyer has a vested interest in keeping up with the monthly payments. It also proves the buyer can save the money needed to put down on the vehicle. But one question often remains unanswered: How much money do you need for a car down payment?
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6 Ways to Lower Your Credit Card Interest Rate (APR)

Credit cards can be a great convenience and offer great perks, but they come with high interest rates compared to most other debts. Learn the best ways to lower your credit card interest rate — also known as annual percentage rate (APR) — to reduce the cost of your debt and pay it off quicker.