How you can lower your car costs

During the course of a lifetime, the average American is estimated to spend between $240,704 and $349,968 on automobiles, according to MotorTrend. Keep in mind that cost includes gas, repairs, registration fees and more. Rather than spending all of that money on your wheels, what if you saved at least some of it and invested it instead?

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Is my credit score good enough to buy a house?

Many adults who pay rent might be able to afford mortgage payments, but switching from renting to owning is a process that requires planning and forethought. If you’re considering applying for a mortgage, one of the first things you want to pay attention to is your credit report and score. Ask yourself, Is my credit score good enough to buy a house?

How you can lower your car costs

During the course of a lifetime, the average American is estimated to spend between $240,704 and $349,968 on automobiles, according to MotorTrend. Keep in mind that cost includes gas, repairs, registration fees and more. Rather than spending all of that money on your wheels, what if you saved at least some of it and invested it instead?

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EDITORIAL: Guarding the guardians

Clark County commissioners were in rare form Tuesday, expressing shock — Shock! — and outrage — Outrage! — over abuses carried out by court-appointed guardians. Last week, the Review-Journal reported the miserable oversight failures of the system that’s supposed to protect the estates of thousands of elderly and mentally incapacitated residents, and in their first meeting since those reports, commissioners were eager to blame anyone but themselves.

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