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Make The Most of Black Friday

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You have less than 24 hours to prepare yourself for the mayhem that is Black Friday. We all want in on the best deals, which can be found everywhere. But how, exactly, do you navigate them? Here are our tips on how to make the best of Black Friday. Go Online This one’s easy. No one wants to wait in line, or deal with the chaos of shopping centres and retail stores. Stick with online sales to avoid the headache. Check out blackfriday.com’s App that’ll help you make the most of online deals. Do Your Research Know what you want,
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Cash Is No Longer King

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Cash is no longer king in today's world, which is concerning to some but actually makes a lot of sense alongside the advancement of technology. Consumers have been increasingly using their debit and credit cards over the past 20 years. According to marketwatch.com, consumers all over the world will have spent $1.4 Trillion more in credit that they will have in cash by the end of 2016. Apparently debit card use has increased by 8% and credit by 5%. This shift towards card use has come about due to a number of reasons, but mainly because it's become much easier to make purchases online and
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Top 5 Things to do in Vegas This October

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If you happen to find yourself in Vegas this month, we've come up with our top picks of things to do and see! From the adventurous foodie to the adrenaline junky, there's something for everybody. The Adrenaline Junky Monster Energy Cup at Sam Boyd Stadium on October 15th showcases the world’s top supercross riders competing for the Monster Energy Cup, with a chance to win $1M. This 10-lap race will get that adrenaline pumping. You can also enjoy a full day of entertainment in the Pit Party – which includes a DJ, rider autographs, and other events. The Show Stopper Watch
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Would You Risk Losing $27,950?

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Have you ever thought about the actual value of your belongings? How much stuff you really own? You'd be surprised at how much it all adds up to! Which is why it's important to take an inventory of your things, in case something happens. But more importantly, once you've done so - you really should get renters insurance. Imagine if, for some reason, your apartment caught fire - totally out of your control, and now all your things are gone! What would you do to replace $27,950* if you weren't insured? We've broken down the value of a one bedroom apartment (all approximations
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Advice To First-Time Renters

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We asked, and you answered! We put a question out into the Facebook world to our followers: What's the best advice you would give to first-time renters? The answers we got were stellar, and very helpful for those who are setting out into the renting world for the first time. I'm sure that if we all had time machines we would make these decisions at the beginning of our renting lives, but if you're reading this and have yet to set out into the world of renting, TAKE HEED! These are little gold nuggets of wisdom, brought to you by
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Top 5 Reasons to get Renter’s Insurance

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Your landlord's insurance will cover the building and property you live in, but it won't cover your personal belongings if an unfortunate accident happens, which is where renters insurance comes into play. We've rounded up the top 5 reasons why you should have it. 1. It covers loss and damage to personal property Renters insurance protects your clothes, jewelry, luggage, computers, furniture and electronics from loss and damage by a long list of unfortunate accidents including damage (or loss) caused by vehicles, aircraft, explosions, falling objects, fire, lightning, ice, snow, sleet, hail, windstorms, riots or civil commotion, smoke, theft and vandalism. Also, water
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What You Can Deduct from a Security Deposit

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Every state and province has different laws regarding security deposits so you have to check the laws of the city, province, state and country where your rental property is located. BUT we’ve compiled a general list of things that outline what might be deducted from a security deposit – that you should make very clear to your tenant on arrival to their new apartment so they aren’t surprised (and peeved off) when they move out. As a landlord, you’re only allowed to withhold or deduct money for actual damages – be it physical damage to the property or financial damages.
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This is RentMoola!

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Ever wonder what it's like to work at RentMoola? Here's your chance to find out, take a look at our latest video! Oh, and here are our top five reasons why it's so awesome to work with us: The people - we're all friends, not just co-workers! There are so many different learning opportunities and lots of space to grow We're encouraged to take risks and think creatively The environment here is friendly, relaxed and mostly everybody wears t-shirts to work Nobody has a big ego, we check those at the door BONUS: we have boat parties! Check out our video here:
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Credit Cards ARE Your Friends

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Credit Cards are a bit of controversial topic for some. Many believe they are no good for the financial wellbeing of a person, while others embrace them completely. We’re here to convince you WHY and HOW they can benefit you!
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How to Furnish Your Apartment on a Budget

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So, you’ve got a new place! Congratulations. It’s time to furnish and settle in. If you’re anything like most millennials living in North America or abroad, you’re probably not settling down permanently. Or, if you are, perhaps you might not have an endless wallet to decorate. Either way don’t fret – we’ve got your back. And if you do have endless funds, you can probably skip this one… but read the DIY section because everyone could use a little creativity in their lives. First, you need to make a wish-list of the things you need. It’s a good idea to
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