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Auto Credit VS Personal Credit

While almost everyone has at least an infraction or two on their credit report, most people don’t realize that there is a difference between a personal credit score and an auto credit score. Lenders of automotive loans use an individual’s auto credit score to determine how much money he/she is able to borrow in order to purchase a new car, even if the individual has a poor or less-than-perfect personal cred ...

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Long Distance Dog Training Solutions for Busy Pet Parents

Are you unable to find a good trainer within comfortable driving distance, or just looking for ways to train your dog on an irregular schedule? Do you have trouble getting your pet to take car rides? Are you unable to commit to expensive weekly sessions? Every family has different training needs. Many trainers now offer long-distance options to help pet owners who would otherwise have trouble scheduling reg ...

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Is The Cost Of Love Worth It?

The Huffington Post has recently reported that the cost of a relationship could be over $40,000! This seems rather a lot of money to pay for love, but is it worth it? They conclude that it is, but do you agree? The Figures: Rate Supermarket used average figures to calculate the costs of being in a relationship for two years. They added up the costs from the first date until marriage over the course of two y ...

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The Mindset Shifts Required For Bodybuilding

Even though you build muscle through physical means you still need to train you mind too. It’s often said that any sport is about 20% mechanics and 80% mindset, you can know what to do but if you don’t have the right mindset chances are you will not get the body of your dreams. Bodybuilding is a lifestyle; it’s not just something that you do when you have too much free time. It’s when you dedicate yourself ...

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How To Help Your Aging Parents Feel More Independent At Home

Are your parents having trouble getting around or out of the house as they get older? Are they still independent but living with afflictions that affect mobility, such as arthritis or multiple sclerosis? Your parents might own their own home, or they may be moving in with you or a sibling, but know that there are ways to help no matter the living arrangement. You can only help your parents address obstacles ...

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Broadband Comparison – A Money Saver

Report suggests that Super-Fast Broadband can provide a Real Boost to Small Business and Work from home businesses In an oddly happy coincidence, recession and the societal dominance of digital media have occurred at roughly the same time. What I mean by this is that whilst the availability of jobs has dramatically decreased, the internet has provided the means for many new business ventures to take place. ...

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Choosing a Lift Chair with Safety in Mind

It may seem strange to worry about safety regarding a simple chair, but anyone whose ability to stand requires that lifting motion knows that mobility is always a matter of safety. Dropping the remote or sliding out of position can be uncomfortable if not outright dangerous for anyone who cannot readjust due to fatigue, pain, or weakened muscles. The good news is that today's lift chairs are truly some of t ...

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How to Get a Great Deal on a Used Stair Lift

The used mobility equipment market is flooded with options. Many people who buy stair lifts or even vertical lifts need them on a short-term basis, while waiting for a major surgery or while attending physical therapy. Quick turnaround leads to better variety on the secondhand market – brand new models are just as common as the older ones, brand refurbished models are just as easy to come by as the for-sale ...

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Job Interview Guide – Spotting what is Behind the Questions

An interview will typically follow a question and answer format. Nevertheless, as we saw yesterday, the questions thrown at you will vary widely. They depend upon: The kind of interview The interviewer and his or her background, experience and quirks Some questions clearly call for straightforward factual answers, whereas others have you puzzling about where they are leading. Listen to questions Do not do t ...

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5 Things To Check During A Tune-Up

Everyone knows that their car needs regular maintenance work to keep it running smoothly and looking nice. Many people, however, don’t know exactly what they need to look for or what they need to do to fix the problems that they encounter. In this article, we will analyze the five most important things to check for during a tune-up to ensure that your car is running at maximum efficiency. 1. Oil While you m ...

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