Archive for 'Saving & Investing'

Stretch Yo’ Money

Posted on 26. Nov, 2008 by .

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There are a lot of ways to make your dollar go farther.  The most successful way is to not spend money.  That’s a great strategy if you want a dull and dreary life.  The current state of the economy will affect each of us differently.  Some may go relatively unfazed, while others will feel a real […]

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Is Your Bank Account Safe?

Posted on 28. Sep, 2008 by .

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I’ve been getting a number of emails lately from readers concerned about their personal bank accounts in the wake of this month’s financial crisis. The truth is a number of fairly large banks have failed and the trend is likely to continue over the coming weeks. People have already begun to speculate, for example, how […]

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Your Paycheck and Gas

Posted on 27. Jul, 2008 by .

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Ever wonder how long you need to work in order to fill your gas tank? Check out the “hours for gallons” calculator and find out!

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RepairPal – Taking the Mystery Out of Car Repair

Posted on 27. Jun, 2008 by .

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I found this little gem the other day on DownloadSquad.com. There are 2 things I love about this site: First, RepairPal offers a time-saving method of obtaining all the relevant information conscientious consumers need. It provides impartial, fair price estimates, the most comprehensive auto shop directory, and expert insights and advice from certified mechanics. The […]

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Why Don’t We Know the Truth Behind Gas Prices?

Posted on 24. Jun, 2008 by .

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If you google “reasons behind high gas prices” you’ll get about a thousand different answers. High state or federal taxes, supply, demand, OPEC, President Bush, oil companies, Wall Street speculation… the list goes on. And to be quite honest, I’m not sure who to believe. The republicans are using the issue to push for more […]

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