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Six New Mariner Finance Branches Open in September

In the month of August, Mariner Finance opened nine new branches in four different states; Illinois, Missouri, Virginia, and Wisconsin. Mariner Finance continues to grow and expand as a company, and in September opened six new branches in five different states; Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, Texas, and Virginia. The Baltimore-based business opened its first branch in 2002 and has grown to well over 200 branches and 1,500 employees in 19 states, dedicated to helping consumers meet their individual credit needs. Continue reading

Nine New Mariner Finance Branches Open in August

In the month of July, Mariner Finance opened five new branches in three different states; Illinois, Utah and Texas. Mariner Finance continues to grow and expand as a company and in August opened nine new branches in four different states; Virginia, Wisconsin, Missouri and Illinois. The Baltimore-based business opened in 2002 with one branch, and now serves well over 200 branches and employs about 1,500 individuals across communities in eighteen different states.
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Money-Saving Tips for Back-to-School Shopping

It’s that time of the year again, when the swimsuits and patio furniture displays are being replaced by back-to-school supplies! Whether you have kids getting excited for school in the fall, a college student ready to leave the nest, or you’re attending school yourself, back-to-school expenses add up fast. Studies have shown that a family with school aged children will spend over $600 on school supplies and related purchases; with the biggest amount going toward clothes. From supplies to clothing, we’ve collected some tried-and-true tips for back-to-school savings. Continue reading

State Sales Tax Holidays for 2016

With back-to-school season looming ahead, it’s a good idea to start looking for ways to save on all those end of summer purchases. We took a look at the states we are currently located in, and found that many of them offer tax-free shopping days in 2016. These sales tax holidays are a great way to save money this upcoming school year. Don’t live in one of these states? Plan a day trip with family to a participating state, or contact your state legislator for more information about how to make this possible in your community. Continue reading

Tips for New Homeowners

As a new homeowner you may feel a bit overwhelmed when thinking about all of the responsibilities you have just gained. At times it may seem so daunting you don’t even know where to start. We rounded up a list of tips to help make your new homeowner status less daunting.

1. Change Your Locks:

This should be one of the first things you do upon buying your home. You never know who has a key to your house, realtors, neighbors, family friends of the people who previously owned the house, etc. To get some piece of mind, change your locks right away.

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