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Buy Now, Pay Later: New Rules Consumers Should Know

Buy Now, Pay Later: New Rules Consumers Should Know

Buy now, pay later Consumer models are taking the US payments industry by storm. BNPL’s payment models resonate primarily with US online shoppers, who make a modest upfront payment and pay the remaining balance on scheduled due dates – often four payments made over four months. Currently, BNPL mobile apps such as Klarna, Afterpay and …

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Underlying energy market conditions could signal challenges for consumers this winter and beyond

Underlying energy market conditions could signal challenges for consumers this winter and beyond

Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com Current natural gas market conditions could signal trouble for consumers this winter and lingering problems for years to come, according to energy economists polled by FOX Business. Experts said the energy crisis in Europe, partly caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, will continue to hurt American consumers through the …

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Should you buy a car in 2022?  Here's what consumers need to know to beat high vehicle prices

Should you buy a car in 2022? Here’s what consumers need to know to beat high vehicle prices

Buying a car continues to be a challenge amid record inflation, a shortage of support and rising interest rates. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, prices for new and used cars have risen dramatically, leaving buyers with limited choice when it comes to finding affordable vehicles. According to Kelley Blue Book, the average price …

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EU mulls tax on fossil fuel companies to help consumers survive energy crisis

EU mulls tax on fossil fuel companies to help consumers survive energy crisis

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BRUSSELS, Sept 12 (Reuters) – Fossil fuel companies may have to share excess profits to help European households and industries cope with searing energy bills, a draft European Union plan said on Monday as the cost of the West’s “energy war”. with Russia has taken an …

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