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Have you recently been in an auto accident? You may be surprised to learn about “automotive diminished value,” which is when cars lose value after being in a wreck. This could be attributed to anything from minor scratches to full structural damage. Either way, you may be entitled to compensation if the accident was the fault of someone else.   Some websites will offer a diminution in value calculator, but it is still a good idea to get your car appraised by your insurance company or a mechanic. They will be able to give you the most accurate assessment of damage. Compensation eligibility is based on many factors, such as the value of the car before the accident, quality of repairs, and extent of the

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Grocery shopping is often one of those chores you know you have to do every week, but don’t want to. The total cost for a week’s worth of groceries for a family can seem excessive. It doesn’t have to. There are ways to cut the weekly food bill down without cutting the quality or quantity. According to Bankrate there are some simple ways to save money on groceries.   First, get to know your grocery store. Often their sales tend to have cycles. These are often six or eight weeks. If an item is on sale this week, it generally will be on sale again in six weeks. Some products are also on seasonal cycles such as allergy medicines and tissues. They tend to be

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Staying away from debt and budgeting. It’s something we can easily all put a greater effort towards. Of course, we all know about this and how there needs to be some radical form of change, but do we honestly know the best place to start? Fortunately enough for you, we did the tough part to answer that question. Now all you have to do is listen to these life-altering approaches to help you manage your regular spending plan. And if you don’t have one, there are some tips on how to start. Automatic Bill Payment Employing an auto-payment service company can save you a lot of time, strain, and money at the end of the day. AutoPayPlus presents a system that is certainly one of

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Start Saving 5 Easy Ways

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Nowadays it seems like an almost impossible task to find ways to start a savings account. With a bit of ingenuity and creativity it can be accomplished. Here is a review of five ways you can start a savings according to the Federal Trade Commission. The first way is to have a clear idea of how much money have.  You can do this by listing your income and expenses. Create a list of your income sources including weekly paychecks, odd-jobs, money from hobbies or other sources. Second write up a list of your fixed monthly bills such as mortgage, electricity, cell phones, car payments and other bills. Last make a list of other expenses including gifts, haircuts, clothing, and your daily caffeine-fix on your way

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