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Should I Pay for Insurance on a Rental Car?

Lexi and I have been blessed to travel a bit over the summer with a few more trips planned to close out the year - all with rental cars. I saw this article and thought I would pass it along because it is a question that I ponder also. By Megan Renart Maybe you’re signing the paperwork for a rental car, ready to zip up the West Coast for a week in the sunshine, when the agent asks if you’re also going to be adding rental insurance. You pause. The agent starts talking about liability, and you see dollar signs piling up. You ask yourself: “Do I really need rental car insurance?” “Whether it comes down to your personal auto coverage or purchasing coverage from the rental company it is a persona

Finances - Improving Credit

Sometimes you may go about your time looking at things to get, for example a new vehicle, house, boat, etc., but you find yourself with a lower credit rating than you would hope for. Fear not! There are ways that can help you improve your credit, and guess what, we've gathered it below! Feel free to take any of these options into consideration, as they all will prove useful! WATCH THOSE CREDIT CARD BALANCES: One major factor in your credit score is how much revolving credit you have versus how much you're actually using. The smaller that percentage is, the better it is for your credit rating. ELIMINATE CREDIT CARD BALANCES: A good way to improve your credit score is to eliminate nuisa

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