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Get the Best Rates on Auto Loans from MoneyAisle

If you are in the market for an auto loan, you may want to check out MoneyAisle. In case you are not familiar with it, MoneyAisle is a free, fast and easy way to get a great rate on your auto loan or deposit products. The way  it works is pretty close to how Lending […]

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How To Determine Which Loan Is Right For You

Applying for a loan can be a stressful experience for the inexperienced borrower. Contracts a mile long, clauses, and esoteric penalties often make people feel like they’re in over their head, however a bit of careful planning puts you in control of the entire process and enables you to make the right decision for your […]

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Early Retirement Isn’t Out of Reach

For many people, the idea of exiting the workforce permanently and retiring seems like such a far away goal.  Imagine what they think about not just retiring but retiring early. Leaving your job while still in your 50s sounds like something reserved only for the wealthy but increasingly we’re seeing individuals all across the wealth […]

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PenFed Promise Visa Card: 7.49% Intro APR for 36 Months

Last week, when I was at PenFed website for the PenFed Platinum Cashback Rewards Card piece, I noticed that they also offer a card with a low introductory APR for a very long period of time. It’s the PenFed Promise Visa Card, which currently has an 7.49% APR on purchases for 36 months. Offering a low […]

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IRS App Lets You Check Refund Status on Smartphones

Have an iPhone? Expect tax refund this year? Now you can check status of your refund on smartphone, thanks to the new iPhone and Android Apps released by the IRS today as the 2011 tax season is in full swing. The free app, called IRS2Go, is available in Apple App Store for iPhone, iPod, and […]

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Discover Bank CDs

In addition to having an Online Savings Account that pays 1.25% APY, Discover Bank also has a line of CD products with terms from 3 months to as long as 10 years. Though I don’t expect anybody get locked in that extreme long CDs in what is basically a low rate environment (Fed benchmark rate […]

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PenFed No Longer Offers 2% Cash Back on Groceries

I have heard some good things about PenFed, The Pentagon Federal Credit Union, like their awesome customer service and generous rewards for their credit card customers. One of those rewards that I heard most often is that they give 5% cash back on gasoline purchases for cardholders of their PenFed Visa Platinum Cashback Rewards Card, […]

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Citi ThankYou Premier Card to Replace Citi PremierPass Card Elite Level

Looks like Citi is going to retire its PremierPass Card soon Yesterday, I received a letter from Citi, informing me that on March 31, 2011, my Citi PremierPass Elite-Level Card will be replaced by the newly launched Citi ThankYou Premier Card. My first reaction was No because the ThankYou Premier Card has a $125 annual […]

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