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Why Throw Money Away?

“Are you kidding me?” Those were the exact words I thought when my husband came home and shared with me what he saw his coworker doing. Each week she digs deep into her purse and purges it of all the loose change both in her wallet as well as the coins floating around in the […]

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PerkStreet Checking Account $50 Bonus

This is a new free online checking account offer with $50 new account bonus. PerkStreet Financial is offering a PerkStreet Online Checking Account that allows account owners to earn cash back with their Visa Debit Card. Every time you use the debit card in non-PIN transactions, you can earn 1% cash back. Right now PerkStreet […]

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Prepare Now for Next Year’s Tax Bill

Every year around this time you’ll hear a lot of tax experts tell you about what you need to do before the end of the year in order to manage your projected tax bill. Liquidate your flexible spending accounts. Make charitable contributions. All of these recommendations are wise. But this year’s isn’t the only tax […]

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How to Open an EverBank Savings Account

I have always been on the look out for better savings accounts, which are getting harder and harder to come by these days in such a low interest rate environment.  One of those accounts that had been on my radar for a long time was EverBank High Yield Money Market Account. What makes EverBank stand […]

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Capital One Introduces InterestPlus Savings Account with 1.25% APY and Bonus

InterestPlus Online Savings is an online savings account that gives you: Get a 1.30% Annual Percentage Yield on balances of $2,500 or more. Get a 10% bonus on your interest earned four times a year. Just open and use your Capital One credit card at least once a month or keep an average balance of […]

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Is Ally Bank in Trouble?

The bank itself may be not, but its parent, GMAC Financial Services, is certainly in a situation no bank wants to be in. News came out this morning that GMAC, the recipient of billions of dollars of taxpayer money since last December, is going back to the government to ask for more money. That would […]

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2010 401(k) Contribution Limit Won’t Be Adjusted

If you are thinking of putting aside a little more for your retirement in 2010, you won’t get any help from the government because the 2010 401(k) contribution limit will remain at the same level as 2009 at $16,500 (the catch-up limit for workers 50 years old and order will also be the same as […]

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Citi PremierPass Card 1,500 ThankYou Points Promotion

Citi PremierPass Card, one of the best travel reward credit cards, is running a promotion to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the introduction of the card (I had the PremierPass for nearly 3 years). From now till December 31, 2009, card members can earn up to 1,500 ThankYou points by simply using the card to […]

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