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FreeTaxUSA Review – Free Tax Filing & Online Return Preparation

Nearly every online tax preparation software program advertises a free federal plan that allows users to prepare their federal tax return at no cost. But as...
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Chase Ink Business Cash® Credit Card Review – $750 Sign-up Bonus

The Chase Ink Business Cash® Card is a popular small business credit card that earns up to 5% cash back on select category purchases, has a healthy sign-up bonus,...
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Target REDcard Review – Debit Card With 5% Discounts at Target

Debit cards: they're not just for banks anymore. The Target REDcard Debit Card is a great example of a debit card that doesn't require users to...
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Chase Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card Review – 100k Points Sign-up...

The Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card from Chase is a small business card with a generous rewards program that rewards spending in certain common business categories, including...
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Capital One® Walmart Rewards™ Card – Review

The Capital One Walmart Rewards Card is a cash-back credit card designed for Walmart shoppers, especially those who shop online. In addition to generous cash back, this card has no annual fee and doesn’t require perfect credit. Learn more here. 
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Swagbucks Review – Earn Rewards & Make Extra Money Online

Swagbucks offers you rewards, gift cards, and cash in exchange for sharing your web browsing and online shopping habits, participating in surveys, watching videos, playing games, and giving feedback. Are the rewards worth the effort? Learn more about Swagbucks and whether it’s right for you. Review – Best Online Dating Site?

It's been a few years since I've used online dating sites, and the scene has certainly changed. However, one constant is that remains...
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How to Become an Instacart Shopper – Pros & Cons, Pay...

As sharing economy gigs go, shopping for Instacart is a pretty good deal. Instacart classifies in-store shoppers - those who fill orders in-store and hand them off to Instacart drivers or on-site customers — as traditional employees. That gives these shoppers a guaranteed base wage and certain legal rights, such as protection under federal and state anti-discrimination laws, not afforded to independent contractors. Anecdotal evidence suggests that Instacart shoppers’ take-home pay, though highly variable, is better on average than that of sharing economy gigs that don’t pay hourly wages. If you’re intrigued, here’s what you need to know about becoming an Instacart shopper.