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3 Easy Gifts That Will Fit In Your Winter Holiday Cards

Posted on December 22nd, 2021 by Scott Hershman

One of the biggest holiday weekends of the year is just a few days away. If you haven’t finished your gift shopping by now, then you might be scrambling to think of what to get loved ones this year. While something extravagant like jewelry, clothes or a new gaming system might sound ideal, the best […]

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How Do I Check My Green Dot Card Balance?

Posted on December 22nd, 2021 by Scott Hershman

The Green Dot Visa Prepaid Debit Card is the perfect solution for those who want to give a reloadable card to a friend or family member. While it can be treated as a gift card or cash, it’s not immediately clear how you’ll be able to check the card’s balance. As a retailer for Green […]

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US Travel Ban Lifted On Nov. 8: What You Need To Know

Posted on November 8th, 2021 by Scott Hershman

While traveling outside of the US has been possible for several months now, the same cannot be said for those in dozens of countries who wish to travel here. Thousands of non-immigrant and foreign travelers living or present in places like China, Brazil, and India have been prohibited from entering the United States since early […]

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Budgeting A Road Trip Around Lake Michigan This Fall

Posted on October 7th, 2021 by Scott Hershman

With Fall temperatures officially in full swing, it won’t be long now before the leaves start to change colors around the great lakes region. It’s the perfect time of year to venture out and schedule a fall vacation with your friends or family. After so many Americans finally decided to venture out during the summer […]

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Are We Still In A National Coin Shortage?

Posted on September 9th, 2021 by Scott Hershman

It’s been well over a year since the national coin shortage began. To prevent distribution and circulation issues in the national coin supply, the Federal Reserve put a cap on coin orders so that distribution was fair across the nation. According to a statement released in May, the Federal Reserve saw a 24% increase in […]

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