Save Money By Purchasing Textbooks Online

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It’s a sad fact of life that purchasing textbooks directly from your university is almost always a waste of money. University bookstores almost always markup books by as much as 200%, even in the case of used books and rentals. Fortunately, college students looking to save a few dollars have another option: purchasing and renting […]

How To Save By Shopping At Warehouse Clubs

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These days, it seems like everyone is trying to make their money go further, especially those of us with families to support. There are certain basic essentials, such as groceries and household items, that are must-haves. However, when purchased at a grocery store or drugstore, these basic items can really start to add up and […]

Save Money Traveling By Booking A Vacation Package

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White, sandy beaches. Warm ocean air. Snowy mountains. Ancient cities. Every single one a vacation. But let’s not forget about booking the flights, figuring out transportation, booking hotel rooms in a city you’ve never visited, scheduling events, and fifty thousand other things you need to think of before actually leaving for the vacation. The stress […]

Avoiding Short Term Loans At All Costs

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By now, you’ve probably seen the commercials on TV for short-term loans. On the one hand, there are the obnoxious ones with rubber pensioner puppets. But the others tug at your fears: what if you have no money when some sort of desperate emergency pops up? Companies call these ‘Payday Loans’ or ‘Unexpected Commitment Loans’. […]

5 Warnings Before Applying For An Online Loan

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Getting a loan online is easier now than it ever has been before. Simply type in your search for the type of loan you are looking for and the search results will fill an endless amount of pages for you to review and choose from. But the main question is, how do you choose? Are […]

Women Remain Sidelined in the World of Finance

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Women are supposed to have broken through the glass ceiling; everything is supposed to be fair and equal in the corporate world. Alas, reality doesn’t always conform to what is supposed to be. Huffington Post reports on a recent American Economic Association study, which found that men are still using their connections to get in […]

Unexpected Factors That Hurt Your Credit Score

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Having a high credit score can make life easy, especially when you need to get a loan for a big purchase. If your credit score has unexpectedly declined recently, you may be a little confused by the jump. There are a million factors that can make your credit score drop, even if you stay on […]

Understanding eCommerce Management Systems

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Nothing is more exciting in the world of e-commerce than the moment when customers really discover your business and start placing orders. However, that excitement can quickly turn to panic, stress and even dread if your popularity grows out of control. It’s simple enough to manage your orders and inventory when you are only moving […]

Lint Lizard Review

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Maintaining your household appliances is about as much fun as watching grass grow, but if you can find some short cuts, it is like planting sod.  How did you like that analogy? Lint in your dryer puts a strain on the dryer engine and slows down the drying process, but removing it is generally a […]

Things to Know Before Filing for Bankruptcy

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Bankruptcy is a great way to get a fresh start from financial burdens. But bankruptcy is not always a good idea and based on your circumstances bankruptcy may or may not be the answer to your problems. The American Bankruptcy Institute feels that bankruptcy may be the best option for people who have any of […]

Review Your Life Insurance Policy in January

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Within the next couple of weeks,  many of us will be making our New Year’s resolutions. While most Americans will focus on losing weight, or quitting smoking, this year I challenge you to think about your financial resolutions for the year. In this blog post,  I am going to focus on why you should review […]

Writing Resumes that Get Noticed

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It’s a tough job market out there right now.  With the holidays behind us and the new year offering fresh opportunities, it’s time to learn some new skills to get hired now.  According to the Huffington Post, the average recruiter or hiring manager spends 6 seconds reviewing your resume. Can you stand out of the […]

Does a Home Security System Pay for Itself?

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Although installing a security system for your home means having to pay the installation costs and then making monthly subscription fees from here on out, having a security system provides you with a number of benefits. Depending on your individual preferences and particular circumstances, the benefits of having a security system can either justify the […]

Are Credit Scores Damaged Because of Loan Modifications?

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For health in financial matters,  it is best to understand implications of credit reports and scores. Initially it sounds confusing. For examining credit report,  one should understand credit score. There  is three important credit bureaus from where you can get copies to find out any discrepancy. How does your lender view you? For this know […]

Tips to Safeguard Your Collectibles

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The word collectible means different things to different people. Some will immediately think of artwork or coins while others may reference Beanie Babies or baseball cards.  If you ask a collector by trade, you’ll get an in-depth answer on the feelings that are evoked from a collection, the investment made to purchase each item or […]