7 Tips for Maintaining High-Mileage Vehicles Until Inflation Subsides

Since the onset of the pandemic and subsequent supply chain challenges, the auto industry has experienced three years of near-constant disruption. Luckily, supply chain woes are easing a bit, but rising interest rates and inflation are taking a huge toll on consumers. This is leading many who would otherwise be purchasing a new car or truck in 2023 to stay in their current vehicle for another year.  

If you want to extend the life of your vehicle, here are some helpful tips for keeping your ride in top shape until the market becomes more favorable for consumers.  

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Mid-Year Money Checkup: 5 Ways to Boost Your Financial Health

Summer is in full swing and so is peak travel season. And while July is a prime time to get outdoors and cash in on any plans you may have, whether at home or beyond, the reality is that financial concerns (and recent credit interest rate spikes) remain a pain point for many of us.

Here are five steps to take to boost your financial health and reduce your worries this summer.

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What You Need to Know About Utility Scams

Many basic necessities rely on utilities we take for granted. And that makes them perfect for a scammer to exploit. Like many other scams, utility scams occur when a scammer pretends to be someone they’re not. In this case, the scammer poses as a representative from your power or water company and threatens to turn off your services unless you send payment right away or provide some important personal information.

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The Farmer and the Magic Seeds: Sowing the Seeds of Fortune

In the fertile financial fields of California, there lived a pragmatic farmer named Fred. With his sensible hat and sturdy boots, he was an emblem of resilience in this tumultuous terrain, where bulls and bears danced their unpredictable dance, and Wall Street wolves roamed. Yet, Fred was armed with a unique arsenal - his magic seeds, each representing a distinct investment strategy.

Let's follow Fred's journey as he cultivates a diverse financial garden and reaps the abundant rewards of his strategic sowing.

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Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) Service

The ERTC is a refundable credit that businesses can claim on qualified wages, including certain health insurance costs, paid to employees. The qualifying amount of the claim could be impacted by the laws that were in place at the time wages were paid, including:

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