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Right now, the U.S. is facing unprecedented financial hardship as the Covid-19 pandemic has essentially driven our economy to a standstill, with millions of businesses shuttered and tens of millions of consumers unemployed or facing income reductions.
While it’s hard to say ... Continue Reading →
Let’s face it: we’re all trying to save a buck.
It’s also more of a necessity than ever, as more families are living paycheck-to-paycheck than ever before in the U.S., ... Continue Reading →
Time is a curious thing. Albert Einstein put it best when he talked about the relatively of time.
“When you sit with a nice girl for two hours, you think it’s only a minute, but when you sit on a hot stove for a minute, you think it’s two hours. That’s relativity.”
However, Einstein probably wasn’t alluding to the average workday when he ... Continue Reading →
We all go food shopping, and most of the time, that means a visit to our local large chain grocery store. But while we may just want to whisk in and out for the items on our shopping list, we almost always come out with more – and, sometimes, a lot more.
That’s no ... Continue Reading →
If you’re like most Americans, you’re probably tightening your budget and watching what you spend. But it’s not just the cost of goods and services that’s eating up your paycheck, but also the hidden and unnecessary fees that are being lumped in by companies just to try and bleed a few more dollars ... Continue Reading →
Do you shop at the dollar store? If you’re like most Americans, you love an occasional trip to the store where everything is $1, 99 cents, or even less! Here are some interesting facts about the big business of the stores with such small prices:
There are actually three models for dollar stores:
Dollar Tree ... Continue Reading →
When the PowerBall jackpot recently grew to over $1.6 billion dollars, a lot of people ran to their nearest gas station, deli, or convenience store to buy a ticket. For the few people who came out with the lucky numbers, their lives will be changed forever. But for the rest of us, life just goes back to normal – until the jackpot grows large enough to capture our attention again and we buy tickets. But what are the actual odds ... Continue Reading →
There’s money for you “out there,” just waiting for you to come and claim it. So why aren’t you? Probably, if you’re like most Americans, because you don’t know where to find it or that it even exists. It’s true – there are piles of money owed to ordinary citizens every year but go unclaimed. You’ll be amazed when you hear how much it is – and that your name might be on some of it!
How much money is left ... Continue Reading →
As 2015 comes to a close and we look ahead to 2016 with fresh hope, optimism, and lofty goals, eager to face the challenges it will hold. But before we turn off the lights on 2015, we wanted to recap the best blog posts of the year. Here are the top Blue Water Credit bog posts of 2015 as chosen by you. Thanks again for clicking, reading, sharing, and being a part of the Blue Water Credit family. We look ... Continue Reading →