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Sony Card $50 Bonus Promotion

A few days before Black Friday, I replaced my 3-year old Sony Vaio laptop with a new E Series laptop, from the same manufacture. After comparing different brands, such as Dell, HP, Acer, and Toshiba, etc, I decided to go with Sony again because I could configure it to exactly what I want. Eventually, I […]

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A Great Way to Give Thanks

As we enter the holiday season, most of us pause to reflect on how fortunate we are. Whether it be the warmth of friends and family near, good health or roof over our head or all of the above, chances are that the vast majority of us have many reasons to be grateful. On a […]

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10 Reasons Why You Should Pay Attention to Your Finances

Whether or not you find your finances, money and the economy fascinating, it is important that you afford your finances the same rapt attention you would your chosen hobby or favourite TV show. So you’ve heard this before? You know how important it is to pay attention to your finances and monitor your spending and […]

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The End Of Free Checking

Bank of America made news in recent weeks by announcing that they are in essence ending their “free checking” product.  This is in and of itself is not a huge piece of news as banks have begun phasing out their free products for a while now as they are under the gun to increase profitability.  […]

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Saving Up for a College Education

College can be a big expense for you as the cost of getting a college education keep going up every year. However, if you’ve been working at saving for it all along, things will certainly be much easier to handle, especially when college is still years away. So what can you do if you don’t have […]

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Chase Ink Business Card $100 Bonus Promotion

If you are looking for a business credit card to charge for your business spending, Chase has some nice offers for its Ink Business Cards. The Ink cards not only let you earn rewards for the money you spend on the cards, but also give you generous incentive, $100 cash back bonus to be exact, to […]

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Will The Tea Party Bankrupt The United States?

On the Election Day early this month, I was watching coverage on MSNBC and happened across the victory speech from Rand Paul.  Paul defeated Jack Conway to capture the Kentucky Senate seat vacated by the retiring Jim Bunning.  He is also the son of 2010 Presidential candidate Ron Paul and a prominent member of the […]

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Four Bubbles That Have Yet To Burst

Anybody who invests their money in just about anything is in some sense taking a leap of faith.  Despite all the homework and number crunching someone does, in the end we just don’t know if the price of a stock, bond, mutual fund or anything else is going to go up or down.  A lot […]

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