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  • Greg McBride – Bankrate.com
    by Sinclair Noe on June 21, 2019 at 8:12 pm

    Greg McBride, CFA, Chief Financial Analyst with Bankrate.com talks about the Fed FOMC meeting and interest rate […]

  • Mark Hamrick
    by Sinclair Noe on June 3, 2019 at 8:09 pm

    A cinversation with Mark Hamrick, Senior Financial Analyst and Washington Bureau Chief for www.Bankrate.com The post […]

  • Chris Rodgers
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    Leading SEO specialist with ColoradoSEOPros.com talks with us about White Hat SEO compared to Black Hat SEO. The post […]

  • Paul Claudius
    by Sinclair Noe on May 29, 2019 at 7:39 pm

    CEO and founder of Blockstate.com. We discuss tokenization of of assets and crypto. The post Paul Claudius appeared […]

  • Dale Rogers
    by Sinclair Noe on May 17, 2019 at 10:03 pm

    Dr. Dale Rogers is a professor of logistics and supply chain management at the W. P. Carey School of Business at […]

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  • Is Your Streaming TV Bill More Expensive Than the U.S. Average?
    by Nick Cole on February 29, 2024 at 5:04 pm

    Are you paying more than ever before to stream TV at home in 2024? If so, you’re not alone. According to a new survey conducted by Forbes, 44% of respondents reported their streaming subscription costs increased over the last year. Between live TV streaming price hikes and a seemingly ever-expanding menu of paid video streaming The post Is Your Streaming TV Bill More Expensive Than the U.S. Average? appeared first on Clark Howard.

  • I Don’t Have Full-Coverage Insurance. What Do I Do if I Rent a Car?
    by Christopher Smith on February 29, 2024 at 2:00 pm

    You drive your rental car out of the gate and head for your first vacation activity. Suddenly, a distracted driver almost sideswipes you. At that moment, you realize it: You don’t have a full-coverage auto insurance policy right now. There are no flashing lights at the rental car counter imploring you to check your insurance. The post I Don’t Have Full-Coverage Insurance. What Do I Do if I Rent a Car? appeared first on Clark Howard.

  • Going Is Scaling Back What It Provides To Non-Paying Customers. Should I Find Another Travel Site?
    by Christopher Smith on February 28, 2024 at 2:00 pm

    Money expert Clark Howard and other members of Team Clark use Going (formerly Scott’s Cheap Flights) to source the best travel deals. Operating on a freemium model, Going has allowed free members to get some alerts on domestic and international flights out of specific airports. However, it jettisoned the international flight deals for free members The post Going Is Scaling Back What It Provides To Non-Paying Customers. Should I Find Another Travel Site? appeared first on Clark Howard.

  • How Do I Know I’m Getting a Good Deal on Toilet Paper?
    by Christopher Smith on February 28, 2024 at 3:02 am

    During the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the most curious shopping phenomena revolved around toilet paper. Facing potential lockdowns, shoppers hoarded jumbo packages of toilet paper. Those shelves began to look much like the bread and water aisles in the South whenever there’s a threat of snow or ice. People literally threw punches The post How Do I Know I’m Getting a Good Deal on Toilet Paper? appeared first on Clark Howard.

  • Warning: Why You Should Never Buy Visa Gift Cards
    by Craig Johnson on February 27, 2024 at 9:59 pm

    Gift cards emblazoned with the Visa logo may add some authority to the card, but they are just as susceptible to scammers as any other kind of gift card, according to money expert Clark Howard. That’s why Clark is warning consumers about a relatively new gift card scam that you need to be aware of. The post Warning: Why You Should Never Buy Visa Gift Cards appeared first on Clark Howard.

  • I Want To Sell My Delta SkyMiles. Is That Possible? And How Much Are They Worth?
    by Christopher Smith on February 27, 2024 at 2:00 pm

    Loyalty programs? Try not-so-loyal programs. OK, that attempt at humor to describe the state of rewards programs in 2024 isn’t nearly as good as what money expert Clark Howard would create. Still, corporations with rewards points are devaluing those points at a high rate. It’s an unfortunate trend that’s at least partially due to this The post I Want To Sell My Delta SkyMiles. Is That Possible? And How Much Are They Worth? appeared first on Clark Howard.

  • Is Rent-To-Own a Scam and Is It Worth It?
    by Craig Johnson on February 26, 2024 at 4:40 pm

    Buying products that you need can be expensive, which is why many may choose to rent them. One method that continues to thrive is the rent-to-own model. But is rent-to-own worth it? More importantly, is rent-to-own a scam? Considering Rent-To-Own? Read This In this article, we’ll cover whether rent-to-own is worth it for you, including The post Is Rent-To-Own a Scam and Is It Worth It? appeared first on Clark Howard.

  • Where Should I Look for a Deal on a Cruise or Resort for a Large Group?
    by Christopher Smith on February 26, 2024 at 2:00 pm

    Booking a vacation as a couple or even solo can take real work. Now imagine booking a trip for not one, not two, not three, but 14 people. A week-long trip for that big of a group can come with a huge price tag. So it makes sense that you’d look for some sort of The post Where Should I Look for a Deal on a Cruise or Resort for a Large Group? appeared first on Clark Howard.

  • Should I Use a Credit Card or Give Up My Bank Account Info To Save 2.3%?
    by Christopher Smith on February 23, 2024 at 2:00 pm

    Money expert Clark Howard advises against using a debit card to pay for anything. He’s also adamant about the perils of payment apps — especially big, bad Zelle. He’d love for you to use credit cards to pay for most anything. Especially if you pay off the balance every month. That’s because you can get The post Should I Use a Credit Card or Give Up My Bank Account Info To Save 2.3%? appeared first on Clark Howard.

  • Where You Should Never Buy Travel Insurance for a Cruise
    by Craig Johnson on February 23, 2024 at 12:51 pm

    No matter how well you prepare, the truth is that your travel plans are largely dependent on some factors you can’t control (think: getting sick, your travel provider going out of business, bad weather and even natural disasters). That’s why if you’re booking an expensive tour or any cruise, money expert Clark Howard always wants The post Where You Should Never Buy Travel Insurance for a Cruise appeared first on Clark Howard.