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9 things you can’t forget when planning a destination wedding

A few details can make the difference between having the destination wedding of your dreams or a disaster. Wedding planning is never easy, but if you decide to have a destination wedding, you are stepping into the big leagues. You still need to organize one of the most important days …

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Best balance transfer strategies for 2021

Many businesses featured on Money advertise with us. The opinions are ours, but the compensation and extensive research determines where and how companies can appear. Learn more about how we make money. With the holidays behind us, many Americans are left with large credit card debt they racked up from …

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High overdraft fees? You can dispute your rate based on your credit score

A number of banks have resumed billing overdrafts and at a rate higher than pre-coronavirus levels. If your rate is based on your credit score, you can dispute it. Here’s how. At the turn of the year, lenders announced new overdraft pricing to come into effect by April 2020 in …

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Readers’ Opinions: Letters to the Editor

‘Decision To Pull outside of Path advice was the wrong movement’ For the publisher: As a Walled Lake City City Councilor, I would like to share some of my thoughts on the Michigan Air Line Trail and the recent decision of Walled Lake City Council to step down from Trailway …

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Why Discovery Stock jumped 37% in January

What happened Actions of Discovery (NASDAQ: DISCA) (NASDAQ: DISC) gained 37.7% in value last month, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. Investors are optimistic that Discovery can accelerate its growth after the launch of the discovery + streaming service in December. On January 4, the service launched …

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Annaly Reports Strong Profits From Lower Funding Costs

This year has been a time of celebration and famine for the mortgage real estate investment trust (REIT) industry. The months of March and April were characterized by extreme volatility in the bond markets, which led to margin calls and massive deleveraging for the sector. Every company in the mREIT …

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Is T-Mobile Stock a Buy?

The American telecommunications outsider T Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) is no longer really an outsider, even if he still has a lot of courage in his approach. After its takeover of Sprint in the spring of 2020, the company jumped on AT&T (NYSE: T) become the second-largest US mobile network, with …

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