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Band Together Sorting Party

CCSD Music Teachers, Channel 13 and DLC Employees gathered together to go through the massive inventory and create bundles and put packages together for future deliveries to schools. All right first up we want to check in with our producer, Julie Pyle, who’s been heavily involved in the Band Together initiative here at Channel 13. […]

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Dollar Loan Center & Stuff The Packs

Dollar Loan Center’s Stuff The Packs benefits Washoe County School District’s children in need. Your donation makes a difference in their lives. Thank you Dollar Loan Center and Stuff The Packs for your contribution to the Washoe County School District children in transition program. Children in transition program serves over 3500 students experiencing homelessness through […]

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New DLC Location on Fort Apache in Las Vegas

NEW STORE ALERT! Today we opened a new store in Las Vegas on the corner of Fort Apache and Russel, in the SW part of town. This is our 31st store in Southern Nevada and 51st overall. Dollar Loan Center 5752 S Fort Apache Road Suite 145 Las Vegas, NV 89148 Main: 702-202-0137 Fax: 702-202-4497 […]

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Ways to Invest $100 in 2018

Here are a few ways to invest $100. #1: Betterment Betterment is part of the class of investment advisers that provide portfolio management online without the need for much human interaction, called Robo advisers. Instead of sitting down with a financial adviser and paying them for their time or pay them fees for your investment, […]

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Why You Can Be Denied for a Credit Card Even Good Credit

Here are a few reasons you can be denied for a credit card even with good credit. You don’t have an income. The Card Act of 2009 required card issuers to verify an applicant’s income and ability of repay. For that reason, someone without money coming in may struggle to qualify for a credit card […]

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Financial Steps to Take in Your 20’s

Here are a few financial steps to taking your 20’s that will safeguard your future. So you’re in your 20’s and hustling to make ends meet is second nature to you and you’re young so why bother putting any of that money aside for a rainy day right? Wrong! Now it’s the perfect time to […]

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How to Keep Track of Spending

How keeping careful track of your spending behavior is valuable. First, the idea that you’re tracking said information is often enough to nudge you to better behavior. During the periods when I’ve been serious about tracking my expenses I didn’t want to write down silly expenses in that notebook that I would just regret at […]

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Two Ways to Beat Frugality Fatigue

Here are Two Ways to Beat Frugality Fatigue. The reality is too many people who embrace frugality to improve their finances take on too much, too soon and end up burning up. Number 1: Set up targeted savings accounts for specific goals. If you are living frugally so you can save a large percentage of […]

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3 Steps To Help Your Kids Financial Future

As parents our number one goal is to raise our kids to be kind, compassionate human beings who can function in the world as independent adults but at kid’s age it’s essential that we also start teaching them how to become independent. This includes how to manage their money! Parents, you can use one old-school […]

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Safe Investing (Part 1)

Welcome to Safe Investing (Part 1) Number 1: Have a plan! The old cliche is true, nobody plans to fail but many fail to plan. Having a comprehensive financial plan in place understanding your goals and proactively managing your investments are never a bad idea. Number 2: Have a cash cushion. The emergency fund is […]

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