Hot WaterIf it hasn’t happened to you yet, it will…the hot water tank in your home will give out and you will need to get a new one. Most people will not know what to do in this situation. There may be a leak, there may be a flood or your hot water tank may just cease to work. This should be considered an emergency situation as you shouldn’t go for too long without hot water in your home. Not only is it not sanitary, it could also affect the overall well being of your family. When something happens with your hot water tank, the sooner you repair or replace it, the better. [continue reading…]

Save Cash on Food Shopping with These Tips

GroceriesHave you been to the grocery store recently?  If so, you probably have realized that your grocery bills are getting higher and higher for the same amount of food. It can be hard to control the cost of food as a consumer, but there are still some things that you can do in order to save money. [continue reading…]

How do I Qualify for a Car Title Loan?

Approved StampFlorida consumers have likely seen advertisements for car title loans and even probably wondered how you qualify. After all, there are a lot of great benefits when it comes to a car title loan. From getting your money extremely quickly to being able to get a larger sum of money than payday and other loans, the benefits of car title loans are evident from the start. One of the biggest questions that people ask [continue reading…]

Use a Car Title Loan to Pay for Your College Books

College BooksThere is no doubt about it…college is expensive…and even after you pay for your tuition and fees, there are still books to buy. If you have ever had to buy college text books before, you know that one book…just one…can be well over $100. Multiply that by the number of classes you are taking and the number of semesters you will attend and that can add up to $1000s over the course of your college career. Most people in Florida, especially college students, simply don’t have that type of money available. Instead, they will need to rely on some type of loan. [continue reading…]