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Q: We borrowed $355,900 in 2007 for a 30-year fixed mortgage at 6.25% and still owe $230,000. My wife is retired, and I plan on retiring in May 2023. Normally, we wouldn't even bother with refinancing this close to selling the house; but the rates now are so low that we’re thinking refinancing might make sense. Any thoughts on whether it would be OK to refinance, or just leave it alone this close to retirement and selling the house?

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TRUMP on his taxes: "They keep talking about $750, which I think is a filing fee. ... Tens of millions of dollars (in income taxes) I prepaid." On his China bank account: "I was a businessman in 2013 and I closed the account in 2015."

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In the start-up category, Rover noted, adoption fees typically range from $50-$500, but can balloon into the thousands if you choose to buy a puppy from a breeder instead. Regardless of where your pup comes from, if they aren’t spayed or neutered, that surgery can cost anywhere from $35 to $400. However, if you adopt your dog, the adoption fee often covers a spay or neuter.

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Q: When we bought our house, I read several of Ilyce’s books. They not only empowered me to stand up to mortgage agents, but they also saved us tens of thousands of dollars. I have since passed the books along to a brother-in-law who is looking at buying a home. Now we are looking to refinance our mortgage, solely to take advantage of low interest rates and so my husband, who has 100% ...

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“In these uncertain economic times, it’s more important than ever to conserve cash for the unknown,” says Brian Kelly, travel expert and founder of The Points Guy. “For travelers, there’s never been a better time to use frequent flyer miles since airlines have reduced/eliminated fees to change or cancel awards. So you save money and get increased flexibility if your plans change.”

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The Maldives closed its national borders and canceled all flights shortly after recording its first two coronavirus cases in March.

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The novel coronavirus has accomplished what Iowa lawmakers and lobbyists have been unable to do for decades: lift the requirement for grocery stores and other retailers to take back empty beverage containers.

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