Tag Archives: Question of the Day

Question of the Day: Would You Support a $5,000 Baby Bond?

Posted on 28. Sep, 2007 by .


Total presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton proposed giving each newborn child a $5,000 bond to be used to pay for education later in life. “I like the idea of giving every baby born in America a $5,000 account that will grow over time, so when that young person turns 18, if they have finished high school, […]

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Question of the Day: Are the New $1 Coins a Good Idea?

Posted on 19. Feb, 2007 by .


Now that the new $1 coins are in circulation (and being sold for a premium on eBay), I thought I would ask the readers to weigh in on the usefulness of the new coins. Personally, I think they have a certain “cool” factor to them, but in reality I would never use them. I hate […]

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Question of the Day: How Much Do You Spend on Hotel Rooms

Posted on 23. Jan, 2007 by .


Having just come back from Christmas vacation as well as a few business trips, I have been thinking a lot about the amount that I’ve spent on hotel rooms. When booking a hotel room for myself or my family, there are a few different lines of thought: I’m never in my hotel room! This line […]

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Question of the Day: Paper vs. Paperless Statements

Posted on 17. Jul, 2006 by .


I’ve posted before about the pros and cons regarding paper and paperless statements but I thought it would be interesting to see how many people are still receiving paper statements in the mail. So take a second and let everyone know how many paper statements you still receive.

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Question of the Day: Do You Trust Your ATM?

Posted on 01. Jun, 2006 by .


I was reading a funny little post over at stopbuyingcrap.com on the horror stories of depositing cash into ATMs. The author had actually worked in the check processing department where ATM deposits were processed and the funds added to your account. My point is, with all these security, precaution, screening of employee, rules and regulation—mistakes […]

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