Posted on October 13, 2020 by iwano@_84
Cards describing a “social visit” from the Ku Klux Klan were left at the homes of Joe Biden supporters in Tennessee, intimidating local residents.
Breana Green, of Shelbyville, described how she noticed that a sign showing support for Biden in her neighbor’s yard had been disturbed.
Speaking to WSMV, Green said the yard was littered with a number of “business cards” reportedly belonging to the KKK.
Green believed the cards were left in response to the Biden-Harris yard sign, which also had tire marks indicating it had been run over.
“It’s scary knowing that just supporting a presidential candidate can incite this kind of vandalism,” Green said.
“There is some anxiety that people could be targeted in my family,” she added.
“People in the community could be targeted as well. I just don’t think this should be something that we’re dealing with in 2020.”
Speaking to WPLB,
Posted on September 30, 2020 by iwano@_84
Personal loans or credit cards, which is a better financial product for making big purchases?
By: Hitesh Khan/
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Should you use a personal loan or credit card when making major purchases? Assuming that you have good credit and can qualify to borrow money, here are some things to consider when choosing between the two financial products.
Best interest would determine the financial product you should use for big purchases
The first thing most people look at when borrowing money is the amount of interest being charged. It usually isn’t a problem to find personal loans with fixed rates. Having a fixed interest rate means there won’t be any surprises when you receive your loan statement. You’ll always know exactly how much to set aside each month for your loan payments.
Credit card interest rates sometimes fluctuate. While you may initially be offered a low introductory
Posted on September 25, 2020 by iwano@_84
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Americans pay a pretty penny to upgrade their homes every year.
In 2019 alone, homeowners spent an average of $7,560 per year on home improvement renovations, according to a HomeAdvisor report.
It’s inevitable — no matter how careful you are with your budget, unexpected costs will always arise with renovation projects large and small. But, if you use the right credit card, you can save on these expenses and even benefit from added perks like cash back, promotional financing and more.
Below, CNBC Select rounds up the best credit cards for home improvements so you can earn rewards while remodeling your home (and potentially raising the resale value) — no matter what kind of project you have planned.