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Introducing the Savings Account Deals Page

As a rate chaser, I am always on the lookout for new bank offers. And if I find one that I feel can better serve my money, I usually end up getting an account myself. Since it seems that there are always bank offers better than I am using, the result of the rate chasing […]

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American Households Lost $2.8 Trillion in Net Worth Last Quarter – Chart of The Day

American households really took a hit in the third quarter of 2008. Federal Reserve released its third quarter Flow of Funds Accounts of the United States today. According to the report, U.S. households lost $2.8 trillion in value from July to September to a total of $56.539 trillion. That’s a 4.7% decline from the second […]

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0% Long-Term Capital Gain Tax from 2008 to 2010 for Some Investors

The tax season is coming soon and it’s about time to consider some tax strategies as 2008 quickly draws to a conclusion. With stock markets got hammered so badly this year, there are some moves you can make to take advantage of the current situation while preparing yourself for a rebound in the stock markets […]

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Popular Online Bank Routing Numbers

I put together a list of routing numbers of some popular online banks, those that I track regularly for their savings account interest rates. Along with the online bank ABA routing numbers, I also provided the sources where I found them. Most of the numbers are from banks directly, others are from places like FatWallet […]

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How to Use Your Credit Card without Going in Debt

Following is a guest post from Trisha Wagner. Trisha is a freelance writer for, a debt community featuring debt forums. Trisha writes regularly on the topics of getting out of debt and personal finance. It seems like cash has been resurrected as the premier method of payment on the heels of what is now […]

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Fidelity Retirement Rewards American Express Card: Shop & Save for Retirement

As I mentioned many times, one of my favorite cashback credit cards is Fidelity 529 College Rewards Card. I like the card because I get flat 2% cashback on every dollar I spent. No category. No nothing. The best part isn’t just the cashback. It’s that the rewards are automatically invested in a Fidelity 529 […]

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Citi UPromise Will Be Bank of America UPromise

I received a letter from UPromise yesterday, announcing the change of ownership of the UPromise credit card. The card, which I have been using since 2002, is one of the tools that I “shop & save for college.” Currently, UPromise is associated with Citibank, but in a couple of weeks, it will become Bank of […]

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FNBO Gas Rewards Credit Card Gives You 3% Cashback on Gas Purchases

Looks like the 3% cashback from Chase Freedom card is a thing of the past. Though you can still save 3% on gas purchases with AMEX Costco TrueEarnings card (BTW, you get $25 statement credit if you open a new account), the problem with AMEX card is that not every gas station takes AMEX. I’d […]

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