Wedding Timeline, Part 3: Attendants

In the days of old, witnesses were required to come to weddings to confuse evil spirits. Today it’s customary to have witnesses in the form of bridesmaids and groomsmen. Here’s a quick primer on who’s who within the wedding party.   People typically choose close friends and family members as attendants. Don’t feel obligated to […]

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Avoiding the Dealerships, Part 1: Your Auto Warranty

Did you know that it’s actually illegal for the dealership to void your warranty if you go somewhere other than the dealership for auto repairs?   That’s right. Thanks to the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act, the dealership is prohibited from refusing your warranty if you take your car to an outside repair shop or perform […]

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#capturingCarolinas: Charleston, Part 2

We mentioned last month that Condé Nast Traveler readers voted Charleston the best U.S. city four years running and listed just a few of the many ways to enjoy the charming city. But our love for the city doesn’t end there—AAA’s many partnership provide ample, diverse opportunities to save money while exploring all that Charleston […]

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#AAAtravelselfies: See Yourself in Berlin

Berlin is the capital of Germany and Germany’s largest city. When visiting, we recommend taking advantage of all the diverse options that this historically and culturally rich city has to offer.   See Yourself at a Restaurant #food Hugo’s: A fine dining experience on the more expensive end, Hugo’s juxtaposes classic haute cuisine with an […]

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Timing is Everything: Best Times to Buy a Car

From year-end sales events to Independence Day sales, there are plenty of ideal times throughout the year to buy a car. But whether or not one time is better than another time to buy is still up for debate. So for some professional insight on the matter, we asked the experts at AAA Auto Buying Services […]

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Recommendation Letters 101

Asking for a recommendation letter for college or graduate school doesn’t have to be an uncomfortable conversation. Universities want to know who you are beyond your transcripts and test scores, and you want to know who will present you in the best light. Here are some tips on approaching references and the letter writing process. […]

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Location, Location, Location: Choosing Your First Place

Whether you’re looking to rent or to buy, choosing your first place to live can be a bit daunting, with so many options to consider—both in terms of location and the amenities and options different places offer. Your decision is largely a personal one, because the amenities and features that might be important to you […]

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Appliance Purchasing Tips

There’s a reason our refrigerators, washers, dryers, and ovens are called major appliances. When one of them is on the fritz, it’s a major deal. Rather than wait until this happens, be prepared by keeping track of the expected lifespans of your appliances and familiarizing yourself with our handy tips for making that major purchase […]

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