Spot the differences: July 4 answers

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Each week Policygenius’ Easy Money newsletter features a graphic. For our Independence Day-themed issue, we included a side-by-side graphic with nine differences. Did you spot them all? The remote A flower on the pillow is removed A firework is missing The woman’s headband The dog’s tongue is gone The dog’s leg is gone A new […]

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Savings account interest rates are bad. Are there alternatives?

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High-yield savings accounts are meant to grow your savings much faster than a typical savings account, but some of the most popular high-yield accounts are cutting their rates in half. In May 2019, fintech company Wealthfront debuted its high-yield savings account with 2.57% interest rate. A year later, that number is at 0.35%. You can […]

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How to cancel a subscription when a business is ghosting you

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Subscription services or membership fees can be worthwhile if you’re constantly using a service, but what if, thanks to the pandemic, your local yoga studio or gym has been closed for months? Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to cancel a subscription, especially when a business has closed its doors. And not every business makes it […]

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Reinsurance Processing Technician

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Up to £30000 per annum: Idex Consulting Ltd: I am working on behalf of a leading international Lloyd’s Broker who are looking for an experienced Reinsurance Processing Technician to join their te Rayleigh Source link […]

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A Complete Guide to Life Insurance for Kids

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Life insurance for kids may seem like an odd investment decision. You may wonder why children would need a life insurance policy.  However, it’s a vital investment that can protect… The post A Complete Guide to Life Insurance for Kids appeared first on Top Whole Life | Whole Life Insurance Quotes Online. Source link […]

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How to accelerate virtual and inside wholesaling

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Insurance external wholesalers and field sales managers have been hugely impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. They generally rely on in-person meetings to build relationships and make sales. But with the ongoing restrictions, these activities have been greatly curtailed. What this means for insurers is that they’ve been paying these highly compensated professionals to operate as… […]

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