Why Extended Warranties Are A Waste Of Money

Retailers are pushing extended warranties with more fervor than ever, and consumers are buying. But in almost every case, they are a bad deal. Extended warranties are everywhere. It seems like every retailer is offering them now, even for purchases as small as a $30 toaster oven. And according to research done by Protect Your Bubble, […]

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How To Prepare Your Diamonds For Sale

Whenever you’re selling a big ticket item, it’s usually a good idea to put in a little prep work before you show it to prospective buyers. There are ways that you can prepare your diamonds for sale. In the same way that you might repaint a house or clean out a car before selling it, […]

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Why You Give Back to Your College Alma Mater

I’m a firm believer in giving back to your college. I received so much in both formal and informal education during my four years in college, I naturally want others to reap the same rewards I did. It’s because of this that I think that if you’re able to, you should not only give back […]

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Not Sure Which Business Is Right For You?

Starting a business can be a lot of fun if you know what you’re doing, but it can be wrought with tension if you’re unsure about something as basic as what kind of business you’re going to have. Even if you have an idea about the industry you’d like to work in, you may be […]

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Free Giveaway – Win a Copy of “The Minimum Wage Millionaire” eBook!

The Minimum Wage Millionaire: How a Part Time After School Job Can Change Your Financial Life by Bill Edgar is a must read for teenagers and parents of teenagers who want to learn about how money works. The Minimum Wage Millionaire presents a practical approach for teenagers on how to accumulating wealth. Our children are just […]

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4 Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Refinancing Your House

A friend of mine just refinanced his house. And he’s not happy. You’d think that someone who lowered his interest rate by more than 1.5 percentage points and dropped his loan term to 15 from 30 years with a fixed-rate mortgage would be ecstatic. But he’s not. In fact, he feels like he got a raw […]

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