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WalletHub review: Free credit scoring and monitoring

Wallethub review

With credit such an important part of our lives, it’s frustrating not to know where you stand.

Is your credit good enough to get approved for the loan you want? Has someone stolen your identity after your personal information was compromised in a major data breach?

WalletHub’s completely free credit scoring and credit monitoring service can help answer these questions.

But is it worth your time? Use this WalletHub review to guide your decision.


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eBay app review and 6 tips to sell on eBay

eBay app review

If you’ve recently sorted and decluttered your home, you likely have a few (or more) piles of items to get rid of. Before setting up a neighborhood garage sale, it’s worth considering what you could bring in by selling those old collections online with the eBay app.

While eBay is not new to the online scene, it’s now easier than ever to use: with the eBay app, you can quickly list what you want to sell and then track the sales process.

The eBay app has had more than 282 million downloads worldwide, according to the eBay site.
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7 stores with an excellent return policy

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After my mother passed, I was cleaning out her basement when I found a pair of new shoes in a Nordstrom box. These shoes had never touched the pavement and still sported the original price tag. I’d never returned anything to Nordstrom before, but I did to see if what all my friends said about their return policy was true. Indeed it was. They gave me a full refund with no questions asked.

Although most stores have a return policy in writing on their site, you can always ask if they’ll take back something that falls outside their policy. If the store prides itself on satisfied customers, it will usually try to accommodate you.

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5 ways to get credit as a millennial

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Maybe you’re about to graduate from college, you’ve been working a few years at a low-paying job, or your credit tanked along with the economy. Regardless of the reason, you may find it tough to get credit.

If that’s the case, you’re not alone. A survey by VantageScore Solutions, an alternative credit scoring system created by the three big credit bureaus, found one-third of millennials can’t get the credit they need. In contrast, one-quarter of all those surveyed across all age groups have trouble getting credit.
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10 home repairs to tackle this spring

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Spring presents a dual opportunity when it comes to houses and home repairs:

  1. In areas where winter temperatures are subsiding, you’ll be able to get outside and survey any damage that storms and wind may have caused in the last months.
  2. By giving an in-depth look to your residence, you’ll have the chance to make any repairs needed early on, before they turn into major, expensive fixes.


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4 ideas for spring landscaping on a budget

Spring landscaping

The first signs of color have exploded over most of the nation with spring bulbs pushing their heads above ground. Weather has warmed in many parts of the U.S. And your yard looks a bit shaggy. Instead of spending big bucks to get it into shape, try some of these inexpensive spring landscaping ideas instead.
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21 earth-friendly ways to save on Earth Day

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Earth Day is a great time to remember what we can do to help “green” the planet. These suggestions have dual benefits; they contribute to environmentally friendliness, but they also save us money. Let’s take a look at some everyday ideas you can implement around the home, outside and at work.
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How to confess financial infidelity

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Financial infidelities — like hiding a shopping spree or gambling away home equity — can blow up a relationship, but they’re surprisingly common.

About 42% of people who share bank accounts with a partner admitted to cheating financially, according to Harris Poll funded by the National Endowment for Financial Education.

  • 22% hid a minor purchase.
  • 20% hid cash.
  • 12% hid a bill.
  • 6% hid a bank account.
  • 7% hid a major purchase.

Cheaters who own up to transgressions and work through money problems often improve their relationship, says Tina Tessina, author of Money, Sex, and Kids: Stop Fighting about the Three Things That Can Ruin Your Marriage.
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