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If We’re Barely Going Out, How Can We Be Spending More?

We may be sheltering at home, but apparently our wallet didn’t get the message. How on earth can our spending be higher if we’re barely leaving the house? While the vast majority of Americans do believe they have cut back on spending while social distancing, an estimated 58 million people admit to spending more money […]

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Capital One Data Breach: What To Do Now

Details of yet another data breach were in the news this morning. We’re sure many of you have questions about how this may affect you, and what steps you should take now to protect your personal information. For that reason, we’re sharing below information provided early this morning by free-credit-score website WalletHub. The information below was […]

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Boca Raton Named One Of America’s Best Beach Towns

Looking for the perfect beach abode? Several Florida cities crushed the competition to vie for this year’s “best beach town,” as rated by WalletHub based on affordability, weather, safety, and economic vitality. Naples, Boca Raton, Sarasota, Venice and Jupiter all scored big in the rankings. Take a look at all the top contenders, as WalletHub […]

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Are You Getting Your Tax Money’s Worth In Florida?

Hate to pay taxes? Don’t we all. But wouldn’t you feel better knowing you and your community get the most in benefits compared to what you pay in? In WalletHub’s new Taxpayer Survey, researchers say Florida residents top almost all other states in getting their tax money’s worth back in benefits. In fact, compared to other states, […]

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Florida Students Defaulting On College Loans At Twice The National Rate

“More than a fifth of Florida’s students loans — 21.5 percent — are delinquent or in default,” writes Donna Gehrke-White of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, based on data released by WalletHub.com, a personal finance website. Nationwide, about 11% of loans – or half that amount – are late or unpaid, says Gehrke-White. What’s behind Florida’s significantly higher default rates? Many […]

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