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High Interest Rates and Poor Credit

Chances are that if you are reading this, you may have some frustration around purchasing, or attempting to purchase, an automobile. And if you have poor credit, it is likely that the bulk of your aggravation stems from being offered high interest rates, asked for a lot of cash down, and even being offered vehicles that you feel are substandard. 319 more words

Auto Loans

The Nest

The Nest is a haunting and surreal book about a boy named Steve whose newborn brother is born with a host of medical problems that require surgeries and hospitalizations. 88 more words

Children's Books

Financial Advice: Ally Bank

Looking for a new bank? If you’re sick of excessive overdraft fees, poor customer service, or paying $3 ATM fees in some sketchy ass Chinatown alley at 4am to pay your food tab, then your answer should be yes. 794 more words

Ally Bank Review

Series Review: Weird America

I have always been fascinated with the odd, the weird, and the bizarre. I was the kid that could be found scouring the Guinness Book of World Records for interesting minutiae, reading Ripley’s Believe It or Not cover to cover (multiple times!), and filing away interesting or strange trivia tidbits to find a way to bring them into conversation. 424 more words

Intermediate (3-5)

High Interest

High Interest:  The Paragon Series, Book One by Leigh James

Overview by Netgalley:

Silicon Valley’s rougher than it looks.

Being a scientist gives Lauren Taylor a purpose in life. 377 more words

Book Review

Timmy Failure: Greatness Inside!

My 82-year-old father picked up one of the three books on my living room table and chuckled, “Timmy Failure!” I explained I had chosen to read this book series for middle readers for my Children’s Resources class at the University of Iowa. 1,029 more words

Cedar Rapids Public Library

In A Variable-Rate World, Higher Interest Rates Are A Disaster

From DollarCollapse.com, by John Rubino

US stocks opened down hard today, in part because China released some truly horrendous trade numbers over the weekend, but also because the imminence of a US interest rate increase is starting to sink in. 255 more words

Economy