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Aside from buying a house, renting an apartment, opening a savings account, and starting your first credit line, one of the major investments for a lot of people is buying a car. In an ideal world, we would all have our dream cars—fresh, brand new,
The crisis caused by the pandemic is unlike anything the world has faced recently. Unfortunately, the world is ill-equipped to deal with it. That includes the owners of small businesses who are facing uncertain times ahead. The sad thing is that most of the advice
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A megachurch in Cincinnati has partnered with a nonprofit to clear away $46.5 million in medical debt for more than 45,000 families in different states. Crossroads church has collected donations from its congregants and other supporters to help families pay off their outstanding medical debt.