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Video Games
It’s finally happened. And no doubt your child will be thrilled to learn of it. We’re actually kind of surprised this news hasn’t come out much sooner and children the world over are rearranging their plans for what they want to be when they grow up. What is this reality-changing announcement?You can make money playing video games.Now, if there is some chance you are at home and you read this out loud, we’ll wait until the stampede of eager young feet has subsided and you...
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What We Do

What We Do
 Thought we might take a few minutes and explain the services we offer. Sure, you can see them all detailed at the website, and it might take a few minutes to find the service you’re looking for, or even if it’s offered where you live. CASH 1 has a convenient sitemap for easy navigation, and by this time you probably found the information you need. But just in case, we’ll break it all down in terms of geography so you can find out what services CASH 1 offers in your neck o...
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Technology is Rapidly Changing

 This will come as no surprise to you, but the world is changing rapidly thanks to the advancement of technology. Sometimes it feels like technology becomes obsolete on a weekly basis. Blink, and your computer needs an upgrade. Phones aren’t just phones any more, they’re hand-held computers. And laptops can now do anything a desk top computer can do. In fact, many homes use a lap top in place of their desk top. We know, we probably didn’t need to tell you that, because you...
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Wisconsin lawmakers aim to provide relief for student debt

Wisconsin lawmakers aim to provide relief for student debt
Aiming to help provide relief for distressed college students, three Wisconsin lawmakers proposed a bill this week that would create a state authority to refinance student loans via bond sales.The proposed bill is known as the Higher Ed, Lower Debt act, and would allow student loan borrowers to refinance their loan at much lower interest rates - much like homeowners do - to help them control their payments, according to a report from the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal-Sentinel. The bill's autho...
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Nevada Cash Advances Are an Alternative to Overdraft Fees

Nevada Cash Advances Are an Alternative to Overdraft Fees
 Many bills have non-negotiable due dates. Rent, utilities and cable need to paid every month without fail. Tenants can be evicted with proper notice for failure to pay by a landlord's deadline. Other services are likely to be turned off without payment.Expenses can pile up quickly, further straining a consumer's budget. Gas and food prices continue to rise, and demand larger parts of consumers' paychecks. For those living check to check, timing issues between paydays can overdr...
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Retail sales at Ford are trending up

Retail sales at Ford are trending up
Many have worried that the slowed economy of years past would lead to Americans buying fewer automobiles than ever before. However, the success of one automaker suggests that this is not the case.Ford announced on Monday that its brand's retail sales ticked up by 15 percent throughout the first 11 months of 2013, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The company expects to remain the top-selling automobile brand in North America. John Felice, vice president of U.S. marketing, s...
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Avoid high interest rates with cash advance loans

Consumers are increasingly relying on credit cards to make purchases. A recent report by Equifax showed that more than 9 million new credit cards were opened during the first three-months of the year.Credit cards can make it easy to complete purchases, but they also can result in high interest rates. The average credit card rate was approximately 14 percent. Consumers who miss a payment or make only the minimum payment could see additional fees added to their monthly bill. A better option, may b...
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Medical bills are piling up for many Americans

Medical bills are piling up for many Americans as of late - and that could damage their ability to get a strong credit rating. Worse yet, recent reports suggest that such damage could hurt an individual's attempts to obtain and maintain an occupation. Fox Business, for example, recently reported that a survey of the Society for Human Resource Management members found that 47 percent of employers used credit background checks in 2012 to vet their job candidates.Though legislation is being spo...
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Credit Card Debt Continues To Rise Among US Consumers

Credit card debt among American consumers continues to increase - so individuals would do best to be aware of the help they can receive when they're in need of fast funds.The latest CardHub Credit Card Debt study found that Americans "fell off the wagon" during the fourth quarter of 2013, finishing the year with a $38.2 billion increase in net outstanding credit card debt. This comes after Americans improved their debt ratings in regards to credit card spending during six of the pa...
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Even Those With a Retirement Plan aren't Saving Well

Americans are struggling to save money - especially for their retirements. A recent study conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute and reported on by USA Today found that 36 percent of workers have less than $1,000 on hand that they could put toward retirement.Roughly six out of 10 workers, additionally, have less than $25,000 put away in their retirement fund. The statistics regarding foresight are even worse: only 44 percent of all respondents claimed that either they or their...
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