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15 Ways the Placer Food Bank serves and enriches our local community

At Blue Water Credit, we often educated our clients and friends about financial matters, from credit score and home buying to debt and savings. But today, instead of breaking down why you should put more money in the bank, we’re going to highlight another very important bank deposit that’s critically needed by millions of Americans: a deposit in your local food bank.

It’s a sad reality that that many people are hungry or food insecure (where they don’t know where their ...

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How will Clinton v. Trump affect your wallet? Comparing their policies on trade and job growth, taxes, and student loans.

Until Tuesday, November 8th the United States will be consumed with talk, discourse, and debate about the Presidential election, with people weighing in whether they’ll vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. But if we look past the sound bites and social media banter, how will each candidate affect the economy if elected?

In this series of blogs, we’ll outline the economic policies of Clinton and Trump, and how these changes will impact the ...

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20 Facts about Craigslist, the world’s community bulletin board

Are you looking to buy a used car, find a used barbecue for sale or rent a new apartment? How about get a better job, sell a fish tank, or even meet local people doing fun things in your area? If you’re like many people in the U.S., you might be turning to Craigslist.

In fact, Craigslist (craigslist.org to be specific) is the world’s biggest online classified ads section and community form, devoted to posting personal notices for jobs, housing, items ...

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God now has a credit score, plans to buy a new BMW.

God now has a credit score, and in fact it’s a divine 820 according to Equifax, one of the three major credit bureaus. But before we question the blasphemy of why God’s credit score isn’t perfect, it’s important to mention that this God is actual a New York City man named God Gazarov. Mr. Gazarov, a Russian immigrant who owns a jewelry store in Brooklyn, had a particular hellish run-in with Equifax after they refused to log him a ...

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25 Great ways to make an extra $500-$1,000 a month from home (part 1)

How would you like to make an extra $500 a month? How about $1,000 or more? It’s entirely possible to earn extra cash every month, working flexible hours virtually, out of your home, or even car, all while maintaining your regular job. An extra $6,000 or $1,000 can really add up, allowing you to pay off credit cards, your auto loan, get out of debt, or start saving money for a rainy day or investment. Over the course of just ...

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Can you escape Big Brother in our modern society? (Part 2 of 2)

In part 1 of this blog, we relayed the story of how a young writer named Henry David Thoreau moved to a remote path of woods by Walden Pond in 1845, where he built a humble cabin and lived a Spartan existence. When Thoreau emerged more than two years later, he had produced the manuscript to Walden, a memoir that trumpeted the virtues of simplicity, as well as the perils of conformity to modern industrial society. And while that was ...

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