How Credit Card Processing and Electronic Payments Shaped the US Market

The following is a Guest Post by Jordan Greer. If you’re interested in writing an article for Money Q&A, please visit our Guest Posting Guidelines page. The widespread, almost all-encompassing use of credit cards today means plastic money has become a part of life that’s taken for granted by the millennial generation. A few older heads still remember what times […]

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Short Term Loans: Common Mistakes That Could Cost You Big

There are many households today living paycheck to paycheck. These families barely have enough money to pay the bills each month, and many of these families’ budgets are disheveled the moment a financial emergency arises. Whether it’s an emergency car repair, or an unexpected medical bill, even a few hundred dollars could set you back […]

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Do You Process Invoices Efficiently?

As your business grows, so do the number of tasks you need to perform. To maintain your profit level as you grow, you need to operate efficiently. If not, the additional revenue you generate will all be spent on administrative costs. Consider these tips to process invoices efficiently. An Operations Manual Many aspects of your […]

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How to Cool Off Without Air Conditioning

Summer is fast approaching, and many regions of the country are already starting to feel the heat. As the dreary days of winter start to disappear, the climbing temperatures are encouraging more and more people to reach for their thermostats — only to find that their air conditioning units have fallen to pieces during the […]

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Got Cluster Mailboxes? Here’s What You Need to Know

Door-to-door mail delivery is likely coming to an end in the United States. If you don’t already receive your mail at a cluster mailbox, you soon could be. These centralized, communal mail boxes that serve entire subdivisions, streets, or neighborhoods are already familiar to many apartment dwellers, who have long been accustomed to picking up […]

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You’re Collecting Information You Are Not Using

We all understand that companies collect information on our behaviors, our shopping patterns and the like. But we collect data about ourselves, too. The problem is that we’re not analyzing much of it. And we’re missing a big opportunity to improve our lives and our finances. A friend was recently asking me about Fitbit. Most […]

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