Archive for 'Income & Expenses'

Rights versus Resposibility

Posted on 01. Aug, 2007 by .

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If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you’ve probably picked up on the fact that I’m a strong believer in responsibility. I’ve ranted before about how I believe that people are too quick to claim their rights and far too slow to admit or assume any responsibility. I realize this is a […]

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Donate Your Telephone Tax Refund to a Good Cause

Posted on 29. Mar, 2007 by .

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Hopefully by now you’ve taken my advice and claimed your telephone tax refund on this years’ tax return. If not, you can see my post here begging and pleading for you to do it. But why am I so insistent upon this? The main reason is that the government takes enough of your money and […]

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Is Blockbuster Online Rental Worth it?

Posted on 15. Nov, 2005 by .

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Have you ever wondered if those online rental deals (Blockbuster, Netflix, etc.) are really worth it? Well, I spent the last four months using Blockbuster Online and thought I would share some real-world results with you. In general I love the online movie rental idea. I love the idea of coming home every other day […]

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Top 10 Financial Urban Legends

Posted on 03. Nov, 2005 by .

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I found an interesting article today which linked to snopes.com – a popular urban myth debunker – concerning the 10 top financial urban legends. They are: You can float a check longer if you write in red ink. You don’t have to pay income tax — it’s illegal. I’m under 18, so I can’t be […]

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