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The Cheapest New Cars of 2014
Tue, 01/7/14 | 12 Comments
The Cheapest New Cars of 2014

If you’re new to this blog and in the market for a new car, you might as well start your search with a list of the least expensive new cars on the market. And this …

Tax Deadline, Start, and Extension Dates for 2014
Mon, 01/6/14 | 5 Comments
Tax Deadline, Start, and Extension Dates for 2014

It’s January. Other than 2 feet of snow being dumped on me this weekend, do you know what that means? Tax season has arrived. This post will help get you in the mood and covers …

Should you Contribute to a 401k or IRA when in Debt? Apply the 5% Cutoff Rule
Thu, 12/26/13 | 9 Comments
Should you Contribute to a 401k or IRA when in Debt? Apply the 5% Cutoff Rule

One of the most common financial topics brought up at the work lunch-room table (or really anywhere, now that I think about it) centers around the old save for retirement vs. pay off debt debate.
The …

Make Online Purchases without THIS Rewards Card? You’re Losing Money
Mon, 12/16/13 | 14 Comments
Make Online Purchases without THIS Rewards Card? You’re Losing Money

I haven’t plugged a new credit card offering in over a year, as few (if any), have stood out from a pile of mediocrity.
But here’s one worth plugging, and one that I have added to …

Fixed Vs. Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARM’s): Which is Better?
Mon, 12/9/13 | 9 Comments
Fixed Vs. Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARM’s): Which is Better?

This post may contain some Mr. Obvious type advice to some – but the fact that certain types of bank products still persist leads me to believe that it won’t be obvious to everyone. And …

How Does your Credit & Credit Score Compare to the Averages? And How to Improve your Standing
Wed, 12/4/13 | 15 Comments
How Does your Credit & Credit Score Compare to the Averages? And How to Improve your Standing

A week after my ‘Gen X and Gen Y state of retirement‘ post, one of the major credit bureaus (Experian) launched an infographic on the ‘state of credit‘ of each generation.
Your credit worthiness and credit …


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