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How Much Do you Tip for Takeout Food?
Wed, 09/15/10 | 50 Comments
How Much Do you Tip for Takeout Food?

How Much Tip for Takeout (if anything)?
A while back, I asked readers the question, “how much do you tip for food delivery?“. It inspired an interesting, and somewhat heated debate! The differences in opinion in …

10 Library Freebies you Might Not have Known (or Forgot) About
Mon, 09/13/10 | 11 Comments
10 Library Freebies you Might Not have Known (or Forgot) About

Libraries and Personal Finance go Hand-in-Hand
Every community needs a good library. And every good personal financier needs a library card. If you haven’t been to the library since you were a kid, they’ve changed a …

At what Income does Money no Longer Affect your Happiness?
Wed, 09/8/10 | 12 Comments
At what Income does Money no Longer Affect your Happiness?

Money & Happiness Study Looks at the Magic Number
A recent happiness and money study completed by Princeton economist Angus Deaton and psychologist Daniel Kahneman analyzed Gallup surveys of 450,000 Americans in 2008 and 2009 to …

10 Free Birthday Meals
Tue, 09/7/10 | 15 Comments
10 Free Birthday Meals

10 Free Birthday Coupons for Meals & Drinks
It’s your birthday. And damn it, you deserve to eat and drink for free – and lots of it! Depending on your tastes and how recently you had …

CouchSurfing 101: 10 Tips for First-Time Surfers
Tue, 08/31/10 | 6 Comments
CouchSurfing 101: 10 Tips for First-Time Surfers

CouchSurfing: 10 Tips for First-Time Surfers to Overcome Initial Hesitations via Proper Etiquette
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post on the basics of CouchSurfing – how to sign up, safety considerations, the benefits, and …

5 Ways to Recession-Proof Yourself
Mon, 08/30/10 | 6 Comments
5 Ways to Recession-Proof Yourself

With duration of unemployment becoming the longest during any recession on record, the continued decline in the housing market, and the threat of a double-dip recession, people are justified in their concerns about their employment …


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