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Mechanics and surgeons have a lot in common. Both operate on complex plumbing and machinery, both are necessary during incredibly stressful times, and both have to deal with some bad stereotypes. Going back to the beginnings of modern comedy, two constants have been doctor and mechanic jokes. Why? Because more often than not, they know something
My father was an all-gas-is-the-same guy who considered it a personal failure if he filled up at one station only to see gas sold for a few cents less down the road. For decades, I followed his price-only approach, but recent research has changed my mind. Now I look for Top Tier gas. Even if
The cool winds of fall remind me that it’s time to dig into my personal finance bag of tricks and treats to help you steer clear of scary money problems. Tricks Account takeovers. Costume parties aren’t the only places where alternate identities lurk. Crooks disguised as you can steal your identity and sneak into your
Follow these five steps to get a reliable, affordable vehicle with minimal hassle. Buying a used vehicle can save you thousands of dollars when compared to purchasing a new one. Yet the process can feel like driving through an obstacle course that’s littered with duds and fast-talking sales people. Good news: There are ways to
Vantage Mobility International and USAA work together to help members afford wheelchair-accessible vans.