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Buying now, paying later isn’t bad – but be careful

Those cheesy TV infomercials promising “three easy payments of $ 19.99” were pretty ahead of their time. While calling a toll-free number to purchase items as seen on TV is no longer in fashion, the idea of ​​paying in installments remains popular thanks to a booming market for buy now, …

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Ford announces Maverick financing program

Ford Credit has launched a finance / lease program for the Maverick called the Ford Maverick Guaranteed Finance Approval Program. The program, which began in September, runs until March 2022. Often times we see captive lender programs requiring high credit scores, but Ford Credit only requires a minimum credit score …

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Personal Loan Calculator | The Rise of The Motley Fool

Finding the right personal loan involves comparing the rates and terms offered by different lenders, and a personal loan calculator can help. Just plugging a few details into a loan calculator lets you see how much your monthly payments will be and the total amount you will be paying in …

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The rich borrow more than the poor. here’s why

Being in debt is sometimes stereotyped as being a bad thing or something that people only do if they don’t have a lot of money or are living beyond their means. The reality, however, is that low-income people aren’t the ones who borrow the most money, and borrowing isn’t always …

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SD billionaire T. Denny Sanford’s net worth has grown

South Dakota billionaire continues to accumulate wealth despite significant charitable contributions to healthcare, education and other causes. T. Denny Sanford’s net worth has jumped $ 600 million in just a few months, according to the 400 richest Americans list published Wednesday by Forbes. The credit card mogul’s net worth is …

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The conservative case of postal banking

Mailbox. Illustrated | iStock Last month, the U.S. Postal Service began offering check cashing services at locations in the Washington, Baltimore and Bronx subways. Although this is only a pilot project in a few markets, the program is a small step towards restoring postal banking services, which the USPS discontinued …

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