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Beware Of Using A Debit Card To Rent A Car

From time to time you may find yourself searching to rent a car and it may have been a long time since you've done it. But the items needed are the same; you must be at least 25-years old, have a valid Florida license and have a credit card. However the major car rental companies, including Avis,...
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Rental Agreements Beginning In Summer Months Generally Cost More

Think the rent is too high? Then you’ll want to avoid signing a new lease during the summer. A new report from Zillow Group finds that renting at the peak can cost consumers more than $100 a month! Job growth, school schedules and even the weather can influence the amount of demand in the rental...
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Six Sneaky Spending Habits That Cost You A Lot

When thinking about a budget, it's easy to only think about the big expenditures such as rent/mortgage, food and utilities. But there are some small yet sneaky ways you can lose sight of and end up costing you more than you would've imagined. For instance, subscriptions. Autopay has made...
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When It May Be A Good Idea To Opt For The Car Rental Insurance Offered

When it comes to renting a car we're quick to dismiss the additional insurance offered as most car insurance plans cover liability and injury even on rentals. However there has been a nice and mostly overlooked perk that many credit cards offer. While the minimum liability insurance required in...
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Reasonable Requests To Ask On A Rental Property

When it comes to renting an apartment or home, we generally accept the terms of the lease. However don't think you can't ask for your own provisions in a lease. While the landlord certainly has the right to say no, if you don't ask, you definitely won't get what you want. According to experts at...
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Car Rental Companies Cashing In On Toll Roads

Renting a car can be like navigating a gauntlet of free and charges that are not necessarily ones you have to pay. From insurance coverage to express fuel options,the convenience of time comes with extra rental fees has now been expanded to pre-paid tolls. As more road become pay-as-you-drive,...
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Judge Rules Against A Couple Because of "Misleading" Smiling Emojis

The emoji you use in a text are cute and fun but they could also be used against you in a court of law. As odd as that sounds (and the way some emojis look) that is the case for one couple, who must pay a landlord up to $2,200 in damages for a misleading emoji-filled text. A landlord in Israel had...
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