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Ebillme Two Times Tuesday Offers

Posted by Jorja Marion On Apr - 30 - 2017

It is once again 2X Tuesday at eBillme.com. You can get cash back on your gift cards ordered there even on gift card brands which usually don’t offer any specials or discounts.You may earn up to a limit of $10.00 Cash Back per Gift Card order; and $20.00 Cash Back per order at an eBillme merchant. See details and restrictions listed in the learn more of the specific offer you are interested in. Cash Back amounts vary by merchant, by gift card, by promotional period, and offers are subject to change. You may earn up to two hundred U.S. dollars ($200.00) of Cash Back savings within a 12 month period.

Pre-Approved Auto Loans Vs. Conventional Auto Loans

Posted by Jesse Shand On Apr - 30 - 2017

A pre-approved auto loan is different from a conventional auto loan because you are approved for a loan on a car before you ever walk onto the lot. Auto loan pre-approval allows you to enter the dealership knowing what you can afford and what interest rate you will pay. You won’t waste time considering cars that you won’t qualify to buy.

Conventional Auto Loans

When you rely on conventional auto financing, you usually choose the vehicle you’re interested in, decide how much you are willing to put toward a down payment and then borrow the remainder of the purchase price.

However, before a lender will agree to loan you that money, you must be approved. Somet

The recovery struggles to gain momentum as Q1 figures show

Posted by Jorja Marion On Apr - 29 - 2017

The spirit of Joseph Goebbels is alive and well. That was my reaction when I heard a Government spokesmen welcoming last week’s first quarter GDP figure. If that was a good figure then I’m a Dutchman. (Just for the avoidance of doubt, I was born in Hertfordshire.)

The ONS had previously told us that in Q4 of last year the economy contracted by about 0.5pc. And they put that down to the effects of December’s snow, suggesting that the underlying performance was flat. Now we have the recovery from the snow and still GDP rises by only 0.5pc. So, over six months the economy has gone nowhere. Some recovery!

Of course, these figures need to be taken with a barrel of salt. And over and above their normal inadequacies, the GDP numbers will continue to be distorted for some time.

Should renters be restricted from voting?

Posted by Levi Dynon On Apr - 28 - 2017

 

Recent comments from Tea Party Nation President Judson Phillips have ruffled a lot of feathers. Mr. Phillips, basing his comments off the language of our Constitution, questioned whether Americans who rent should be allowed to vote.

HSH.com blogger Peter Miller published the text version of Mr. Phillips’ comments (which were made on Tea Party Nation Radio):

As Judson Phillips explains, the Founding Fathers “put certain restrictions on who gets the right to vote. It wasn’t you were just a citizen and you got to vote. Some of the restrictions, you know, you obviously would not think about today. But one of those was you had to be a property owner. And that makes a lot of sense, because if you’re a property owner you actually have a vested stake in the community. If you’re

The Pros and Cons of Getting Pre-Approved for an Auto Loan

Posted by Jesse Shand On Apr - 25 - 2017

The world of pre-approved auto loans may seem confusing if you aren’t familiar with how they work. The truth is, they can relieve a lot of the stress involved in purchasing a car. I

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