The coronavirus situation is changing rapidly, and frequent flyers and hotel loyalty members are left wondering what recourse they have when it comes to their member status and points or miles. Here’s what you need to know about relief measures from major programs.
Car manufacturers have been feeling the strain during the financial crisis. There are fewer cars on the road, workers in the factories, and consumers willing to spend, and as a result, the automobile industry has been devastated. But manufacturers and showrooms are fighting back, finding ways to encourage consumers to buy and to make life […]
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Minneapolis is more than just cold weather and Vikings games.
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From COVID-19 to protests and fireworks, thereâs no shortage of noise in the Big Apple.
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If you have federally held student loans, youâre getting a break on making payments â again. On his first day in office, President Joe Biden signed an executive order directing the Education Department to extend its freeze on interest rates and payments for federally held student loans through Sept. 30, 2021. Hereâs what you need [â¦]
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How far you live from work, school and other places you frequent can cost you time, money and health. The U.S. Census says that the average commute takes Americans 27.6 minutes each way. Thatâs more than 240 hours annually, if … Continue reading →
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