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The best VoIP apps for your iPhone !

With all the freedom of VoIP and the flexibility of the smartphone, you no longer need to choose the right phone plan from the hundreds offered by providers for your mobile calls.

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Cashback credit cards: how do they work?

Cashback credit cards are payment cards that offer cash rewards for spending. Cashback does not mean receiving the amount in coins or bills, but it does mean having more dollars in cash, as a credit that reduces your account balance.

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US Car Insurance 2020: which are the biggest companies?

Let’s find out together which are the major companies vying for the rich national auto insurance market, in terms of market share managed in the private driver segment.

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Home insurance for tenants

Renters’ insurance, also called tenant’s insurance, is an insurance coverage that can guarantee some of the benefits associated with Home insurance, and actually it’s specifically indicated for those renting a property.

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Life Insurance coverage: who should buy it?

Conceived with the intent of supporting families to cover burial costs and the care of widows and orphans, life insurance is now a flexible and powerful financial product, capable of supporting surviving family members or other beneficiaries after the death of an insured.

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Selling your car to a dealer, have you thought about it?

Have you decided to sell your used car but don’t know how? You could sell it privately, perhaps through online ads, or go to dealer networks. The conditions created by the Covid-19 pandemic in the used car market have seen a narrowing of the offer, giving car intermediaries greater bargaining strength on the price; but, given the uncertainty that still seems to be present in American families on the propensity to spend, the growth of the used car market is far from fading.

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Second Stimulus check is coming: how to track your payment?

By today, January 15, the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department will have to complete the payments of the second Stimulus check on the bank accounts and mailboxes of the beneficiaries.

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Human papillomavirus (HPV): how to deal with a possible infection?

HPV (or Human Papillomavirus) is the most common viral infection, sexually transmitted, in the United States; around 80 million Americans have contracted this virus, which mostly strikes in late adolescence. There are several types of HPV: some can create health problems including genital warts and 6 types of cancers. Let’s learn more about this infection and the methods to prevent it

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What’s a Life Insurance coverage and how it works

Life insurance is a contract between an insurer and an insured, which guarantees certain beneficiaries (designated by the policyholder) the payment of a sum of money by the insurer, in the event of the death of the insured, consisting of the latter with the payment of premiums (single or recurring) in life.

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Getting personal loans during COVID-19 crisis

As the pandemic continues its run, many lenders are struggling with difficult loan management. While some banks seem to have taken a more restrictive direction, raising the requirements for the granting of personal loans, others seem to have understood the financial difficulties of consumers by granting small-dollar loans at very affordable rates.

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