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Are Your Finances Safe? Identity Theft And What You Can Do To Prevent It.

January 22nd, 2015

Identity theft is when someone assumes your identity and uses your information to access your assets and take your finances. It can happen to anyone, especially in the digital age where delicate information is stored in cyberspace. The more you know about identity theft, the better you'll be at preventing it. Here's some valuable information regarding this treacherous...

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5 Tips for Booking an Inexpensive Vacation

January 15th, 2015

Traveling is a wonderful past time to take up. Journeying to foreign places is a great way to learn more about the world and about yourself. While you might be ready to jet-set at a moment's notice, chances are your wallet isn't. Between flights, rental cars, hotels and dining out, a typical getaway can come with a sky-high price. Check out these five handy...

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Best Hybrid Cars: Are They Worth The Price?

January 5th, 2015

Ever since the recession of 2008 caused many Americans to reconsider how much of their budgets they were willing to spend on filling up their cars, the auto industry has been scrambling to provide new options that combine fuel efficiency with affordability. Despite promises that electric cars would be all over the roads in a few years time, the closest any major manufacturer...

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Are Free Sample Sites Legitimate?

January 5th, 2015

As the old saying goes, "There's no such thing as a free lunch." However, that hasn't stopped people from hoping that the next deal that seems too good to be true is actually real, only to be let down when they find there are catches and strings attached to the deal.The same kind of dynamic applies to free sample sites on the Internet. While it may seem easy...

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Easy Ways To Reduce Energy Costs This Winter

December 2nd, 2014

While many find enjoyment in the activities made possible by winter weather - skiing, sledding and building snowmen, for example - no homeowner likes the effect that this weather has on their energy bills. Fortunately, there are many simple steps that anyone can follow to reduce their winter energy costs.Here are a few things any homeowner can do to save money on energy...

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3 Ways To Ditch Cable

December 2nd, 2014

In a tight economy, families are looking for new ways to save money. While cable TV might have been a staple of suburban life for the past few decades, more people are wondering whether they really need to pay ever-increasing fees for the hundreds of channels that they never watch.However, live TV offers certain entertainment like sports and breaking news that you can't...

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5 Dream Jobs You Can Do From Home

September 29th, 2014

Technology has enabled people to earn money doing something that they love without ever leaving the house. People may choose to work from home for various reasons, like to take care of kids, pay off student loans or supplement income from a part-time job. If you're considering working from home, think about what skills you possess and what makes you happy. Here...

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Examining the Costs: Is it Better to Buy or Rent?

September 2nd, 2014

When it comes time to move out of your childhood home, the first major decision is - where you're going to live. Several factors play into the decision. Is it affordable? Am I just throwing money away? Who will maintain and repair the property? Navigating so many questions may seem overwhelming at times, but with the proper guidance and research, you can learn how to...

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Which School Supplies Does Your Child Not Likely Need?

August 22nd, 2014

Have your children been coming home from school lately begging for more supplies for the new year? School supplies can be very expensive, and while you may think you know all of the things your kids need for school, there are actually some items that you can probably skip out on and save yourself some cash without risking your child's education. Here are a list of some of...

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How To Use Social Media For Your Job Search

August 5th, 2014

The use of social media is often seen as an unproductive, time-wasting activity, but it can be just the opposite if you know how to make it an effective resource for your job search. LinkedIn has become a powerful tool for job seekers and human resources departments alike, providing a convenient platform for online networking, but Facebook and Twitter can also be used to job...

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