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GM’s Chevy Volt Vs. Nissan Leaf: The Mass-Market Electric Vehicle Wars Begin
Mon, 08/2/10 | 18 Comments
GM’s Chevy Volt Vs. Nissan Leaf: The Mass-Market Electric Vehicle Wars Begin

The Mass-Market Electric Vehicle Wars Commence
The GM Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf will both enter showrooms at the tail end of this year. And with GM announcing the Chevy Volt price this week, you can …

Tracfone Review: Prepaid Wireless at its Dirt Cheapest
Tue, 07/27/10 | 78 Comments
Tracfone Review: Prepaid Wireless at its Dirt Cheapest

Tracfone Review
Warning: if you are a semi-Luddite, you will love this review. If you would hook a 3G (or 4G) smart phone up to your bloodstream intravenously if the opportunity existed, you will not.
About a …

Using 0% APR Balance Transfer Credit Cards to Pay off Debt
Sun, 06/13/10 | 11 Comments
Using 0% APR Balance Transfer Credit Cards to Pay off Debt

0% Balance Transfer Credit Card Strategy
In a debt poll on this site a few weeks ago, one-third of 20somethingfinance readers indicated that they were struggling to pay off credit card debt (the second highest selection …

Ally Bank Raise Your Rate CD: Insurance Against Rising Interest Rates
Sun, 05/9/10 | 6 Comments
Ally Bank Raise Your Rate CD: Insurance Against Rising Interest Rates

The likelihood of interest rates for bank deposits increasing from the historical lows that they are at now is pretty high. I personally have been sitting on the sideline with cash, or investing in lower …

Ooma Review: 1 Year After Making the Switch
Sun, 05/2/10 | 127 Comments
Ooma Review: 1 Year After Making the Switch

Update: I have updated this post for 2014 and have now been using the Ooma for almost 5 years
It’s been just over a year since I made the switch from Verizon to the Ooma (for …

REI Review: Why the Lifetime REI Membership was Worth the Money
Wed, 03/24/10 | 43 Comments
REI Review: Why the Lifetime REI Membership was Worth the Money

Paid memberships are a tricky game. You know, the ones whereby paying a one-time, annual, or monthly fee you open up the possibility for potential savings or other benefits.
I’ve justified the purchase of three paid …


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