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Spring into action with Financial Literacy Month

April is financial literacy month. To help you make smart buying decisions and save more of what you earn, here are a few tips from the FTC.

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Money & Credit

Spring into action with Financial Literacy Month

April is financial literacy month. To help you make smart buying decisions and save more of what you earn, here are a few tips from the FTC.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

Spring into action with Financial Literacy Month

April is financial literacy month. To help you make smart buying decisions and save more of what you earn, here are a few tips from the FTC.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

Spring into action with Financial Literacy Month

April is financial literacy month. To help you make smart buying decisions and save more of what you earn, here are a few tips from the FTC.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

Spring into action with Financial Literacy Month

April is financial literacy month. To help you make smart buying decisions and save more of what you earn, here are a few tips from the FTC.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

Spring into action with Financial Literacy Month

April is financial literacy month. To help you make smart buying decisions and save more of what you earn, here are a few tips from the FTC.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

Money back guarantee hid another fee

Starting a new business? That used to mean throwing a name on some brick and mortar. Nowadays, you need a website. Lots of companies sell domain names and web hosting services that let customers put up websites. It pays to go with one that spells out all the terms and conditions before you buy. But what if a company promises a refund as part of its 30-day money back guarantee — and then surprises you with a nonrefundable fee? That’s called deception.

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Money & Credit

Money back guarantee hid another fee

Starting a new business? That used to mean throwing a name on some brick and mortar. Nowadays, you need a website. Lots of companies sell domain names and web hosting services that let customers put up websites. It pays to go with one that spells out all the terms and conditions before you buy. But what if a company promises a refund as part of its 30-day money back guarantee — and then surprises you with a nonrefundable fee? That’s called deception.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

Money back guarantee hid another fee

Starting a new business? That used to mean throwing a name on some brick and mortar. Nowadays, you need a website. Lots of companies sell domain names and web hosting services that let customers put up websites. It pays to go with one that spells out all the terms and conditions before you buy. But what if a company promises a refund as part of its 30-day money back guarantee — and then surprises you with a nonrefundable fee? That’s called deception.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

Money back guarantee hid another fee

Starting a new business? That used to mean throwing a name on some brick and mortar. Nowadays, you need a website. Lots of companies sell domain names and web hosting services that let customers put up websites. It pays to go with one that spells out all the terms and conditions before you buy. But what if a company promises a refund as part of its 30-day money back guarantee — and then surprises you with a nonrefundable fee? That’s called deception.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

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