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FNBO Maximum Rewards Card and Weekend Linkage

Do you know that in addition to bank accounts (Savings Account and Billpay Account), FNBO, First Nation Bank of Omaha, also offers credit cards? One of FNBO’s credit products is the FNBO Maximum Rewards Card which lets you earn rewards points from your everyday purchases. Basically, the card allows you to earn 1 point for […]

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PenFed Travel Rewards American Express Card $200 Bonus Promotion

In addition to the Platinum Cashback Rewards Card and Promise Visa Card that are discussed early, The Pentagon Federal Credit Union (PenFed) also issues a ¬†Premium Travel Rewards American Express Card, a travel rewards card with exceptional services and rewards. PenFed Travel Rewards American Express Card Review With the PenFed Premium Rewards Program built in […]

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Delta Airlines SkyMiles No Longer Expire

If you are a Delta Airlines customer and often fly with Delta, you are going to like this news. Delta announced yesterday that starting January 1, 2011, it has permanently removed expiration data from its SkyMiles frequent flyer rewards program, meaning that from now on your SkyMiles will never expires even if you don’t use […]

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Chase Continental Airlines OnePass Plus Card $50 Bonus Plus 30,000 Miles Promotion

If you are a frequent flyer of Continental Airlines, you may want to take a look at this promotional offer from Chase. Right now, Chase is offering multiple incentives to promote its Continental Airlines OnePass Plus Card, one of the best airline rewards credit cards out there. Benefits of the card include not only rewards […]

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Best Apps to File Your Taxes with Your Phone

Nowadays, you can almost do everything on your phone, including filing taxes. A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the new app from the IRS that lets taxpayers check refund status on smartphones. While IRS3Go is a fine app, you can only check your refund status, if you are expecting one, with the application, […]

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Why You Should E-File Your 2010 Taxes

Do you plan to file your 2010 income taxes electronically or still prefer to do it the old fashion way? I never used E-file, not since when I knew there’s such an option to file my tax returns. The reason for me to avoid e-filing my taxes is very simple: I didn’t have a refund […]

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Zions Bank Savings Account 1.01% APY

The Zions Bank’s online banking division may be new, but the bank itself has a pretty long history. Established in 1873, Zions Bank (NASDAQ: ZION), headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, has more than 125 branch offices in 2 states, Utah and Idaho. In addition to those traditional banking products that you can usually get […]

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The Five Best Countries To Retire To

When people dream of retirement, many of them think of sipping drinks on the beach of some warm locale.¬† For some of them, that warm locale is located thousands of miles away. The idea of retiring abroad holds greats appeal for many not just because of the warm weather, great food, picturesque views and rich […]

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