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Ideas to Do for Memorial Day 2020 While Social Distancing

Memorial Day Indoor and Outdoor Activity Ideas

Memorial Day is right around the corner, which means it’s time for celebration, reflection, and expression of gratitude to those that have fought to protect us. However, with the pandemic still lingering, you may not want to leave the house as you don’t want yourself or a loved one to get sick. For others, you may be itching to finally leave the house while still practicing social distancing. Whether you plan to stay home or do fun activities outdoors, we got a few ideas on what you can do for Memorial Day 2020.

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How Can I Improve My Car’s Fuel Economy?

Tips to Get Better Gas Mileage

Going through gas rather quickly? Many drivers don’t realize that there are ways to improve your fuel economy without having to buy a different car. In some cases, fuel efficiency can be improved with proper vehicle maintenance. For some drivers, changing your driving habits will surely reward you with savings. Here a few tips on how you can improve your car’s fuel economy.

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How Can I Reduce How Much I Pay Every Month During Quarantine?

Tips for Saving Money While at Home

It has been a rough month for thousands of Americans with the COVID-19 situation keeping people at home. Now, with another month extended to the stay at home order, Wisconsinites will need to endure yet another month of carefully managing their finances with reduced or no income. Thankfully, there are ways you can reduce how much you pay every month during quarantine. If you are worried about paying your bills on time, here are a few tips for saving money while at home.

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How Should I Spend My Stimulus Money?

Best Ways to Use Your Stimulus Check

If you are one of the millions of Americans who have filed 2018 or 2019 taxes, you may have already received your $1,200 stimulus check as part of the Coronavirus relief package passed by the government. However, if you don’t have direct deposit on file with the IRS, you’ll probably be receiving the check in the mail over the next few weeks. So, how should you spend your stimulus money? Here are a few things you should consider.

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Who Should Be my Cosigner for a Car Loan?

Trusted People to Consider When Looking for a Cosigner

If your credit score isn’t high enough for you to take out a loan by yourself, you will likely need a cosigner in order to secure the loan you want. What is a cosigner? Who can I trust to cosign with me? Here, we will detail why the decision to cosign is so important as well as a few ideas of who to potentially consider as a cosigner.

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Can I Shop for a Vehicle Without Going to the Dealership?

Online Tips and Resources for Car Buyers

Having to stay home and only leaving for essentials makes a lot of tasks tougher. Thankfully, Wisconsin dealerships are deemed essential as drivers need a reliable mode of transportation. However, even with increased precautions, you may not be comfortable visiting the lot. So, how can you shop for a vehicle without going to the dealership? With a diversity of technologies available, it’s easy to complete the car buying process online. Here’s how you can do it.

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