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EverBank Money Market Account Opened

a long time ago. When I updated our July net worth early this month, I mentioned that I opened another savings account. That’s was barely one month after I got an account from Ally Bank. The reason is that I became extremely disappointed by Ally Bank, not only because of all the troubles with Ally […]

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AMEX To Raise Late Fee and Rates on My Cards

I usually don’t pay too much attention to mails credit card companies send to me because, being very careful with my credit, I have largely stayed out of trouble with credit card companies. Most of the time, I don’t even read those letters that come with account policy or agreement changes. They just don’t concern […]

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Citi Private Pass Offers $5 Tickets for Cardholders

Since I am a Citi cardholder, I occasionally get promotional offer from the bank, offers on credit card and banking products. Recently, they sent me a promotion for cheap concert tickets this summer through Citi Private Pass. I myself is not a fan of music, but I thought I’d pass this promotion along to those […]

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Cash for Clunkers Calculator

I didn’t pay much attention to the “Cash for Clunkers” program (the Car Allowance Rebate System (CARS) program) because my 2000 Honda Accord is still in pretty good shape (though it has more than 115K miles on it already) and I have no plan to replace it. However, with so much talk about it, I […]

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Stretching An Entry Level Salary As Much As Possible

It’s not a secret that entry level salaries aren’t the greatest paying, but college graduates still need to survive and somewhat enjoy their lives. This is why I really wanted to write about how college graduates can stretch their entry level salary as much as possible. Don’t worry because today I will refrain from typical […]

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Stress Testing Your Budget: How to Stay Strong in Tough Times

Money can be stressful. From earning to managing to spending, money consumes a large part of our lives and can even define how we feel about ourselves and how others view us, and that is during good economic times. When times turn tough, any little cracks in our money handling run the risk of becoming […]

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Discover Current Prepaid Card $5 off Promotion

Early this year, Discover introduced a new prepaid debit for teenagers, the Discover Current Card. Even though the Current card is designed specially for teens, it gives their parents a great deal of control on the way their children use the cards. The goal is by using this card, parents and teens can work together […]

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Virginia Offers Small Loans to State Employees

but they will come a rather heavy price. Since now I am working in the DC area and will soon be a resident of Virginia, I started to tune my radio to news stations in this area. Early this week on my way back from work, this piece of news got my attention. Virginia Governor […]

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