Finance

Falling car sales in New England call for discounts on e-bikes

Connecticut supporters argue that e-bike incentives, like those in Vermont, would be a timely investment. As interest in cycling grows and sales of electric vehicles plummet amid the pandemic, advocates are calling on Connecticut officials to expand the state’s rebate program to include electric bikes. About 80 organizations, businesses and …

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A New Way for Graduates to Get Good Credit

There is a lot to be said about having your own accommodation. And if that also helps your credit score, that’s even better. Good credit paves the way for lower mortgage and auto interest rates, and can even make it easier to refinance student loans at a better rate. However, …

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Alabama basketball finally realizes its potential

Kentucky has really tried. Alabama coach Nate Oats was keen to compliment his team’s breathtaking opponent on Tuesday night, as if the UK were some kind of bad luck that had been lining up at the DMV for six hours. “Lots of credit in Kentucky,” Oats said. “Obviously, they’re struggling. …

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Is zero percent financing possible with bad credit?

Sometimes you see advertisements from automakers saying they can get you a brand new vehicle for over 80 months with zero percent financing. It may sound like a lot, but who really qualifies for 0% auto financing? It turns out that there aren’t many borrowers. 0% offers and bad credit …

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