I’ve returned to AOL as a freelance writer, writing about personal finance and real estate for two of its websites. At Daily Finance, you can find my stories under my bio. Some topics I’ve covered include: How a hot credit score is sexy. Minimalism through small houses. The biggest tax cheaters. Things you shouldn’t buy […]
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By Aaron Crowe The average federal tax refund last year was $2,755, according to the IRS, which is a pretty good chunk for a down payment on a used car. Buying a good used car can make more sense than buying a new car if you want to save money. More people are borrowing record […]
By Aaron Crowe For the working professionals who are first-time drunken drivers who enter Nicole Denmon’s law office in Tampa, Fla., for help, the legal world they’re about to enter can be quite confusing. Along with the court system and thousands of dollars a DUI will cost them, Denmon explains some of the other ways […]