Expensivity Accelerated: Comparing the Ten Most Expensive Electric Cars with their Gasoline-Powered Counterparts

There is much to be said for electric vehicles. They’re quiet and you’re not inhaling carbon monoxide when you sit behind them at a traffic light. What’s more, with climate-change alarmism in overdrive and dopamine-driven virtue signaling on social media through the roof, the electric vehicle (EV) market is HOT. Setting aside the ironies of […]

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The Best No-Fee 0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards

The Best No-Fee 0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards in 2021

From planning a trip to remodeling your home, there are many sensible reasons to apply for a no-fee, 0% balance transfer credit card. That way, your vacation or renovation is financed with what amounts to a no-interest loan. And with no annual fees and few other expenses to worry about, that balance can be paid […]

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Could Moving to Puerto Rico Reduce Your Taxes?

Since the United States taxes based on citizenship, if you’re an American citizen or permanent resident, the IRS will follow you all over the world, demanding you pay taxes on everything you earn, even if no US resources were involved in generating your income. Even moving to a country with no income taxes won’t reduce […]

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The Basics Of NFTs: Digital Art & Collectibles on the Blockchain

In this infographic, the Expensivity team explores the core basics of NFTs, and we attempt to explain the concept in a way that beginners can understand. For a more in-depth look at the functional details of NFTs make sure to check out our exclusive feature article on How Non-Fungible Tokens Work. Share this graphic on […]

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The Best Credit Cards for College Students

The Best Credit Cards for College Students in 2021

Many college students these days graduate with an unmanageable level of debt. This is an issue that must be addressed. But from renting an apartment to setting up utilities, what’s also true is that college is a great time to start building your credit score. And good credit pays dividends, both in school and after […]

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The Best Credit Cards for New Homeowners

The Best Credit Cards for New Homeowners in 2021

Congratulations! You’re a new homeowner. But with the cost of homeownership up around 73% over the past few decades, the expense of purchasing a house has likely left you feeling a little strapped. That’s especially true because once you’ve purchased your property, the expenses don’t stop there.  The average monthly cost of owning a home, […]

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How To Freeze Your Credit Report

If you’re worried about a data breach or identity theft, freezing your credit will protect you. The FTC received 4.8 million fraudulent or identity theft reports in 2020. With this statistic, safeguarding your credit report is more critical than ever.Read on to learn more about how to freeze credit and how it could benefit you. […]

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Expensivity by the Square Foot: Palaces, Castles, and Mansions

In Xanadu did Kubla Khan a stately pleasure dome decree… How do the abodes of today’s ultra-rich compare with the established residences of royalty? If you’re looking for splash and pizzazz, especially with respect to raw square footage, today’s ultra-rich mostly don’t measure up to the royal families and rulers of yesteryear. On the other […]

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The 2021 US Pizza Index

America’s love story with pizza is 75 years old – and Americans started flirting with pizza pie well over a century ago. Lombardi’s, in New York City, is most commonly cited as America’s first pizzeria – this Little Italy joint opened in 1905. Pizza-chomping Italians had entered the States before the turn of the 20th […]

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