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Cheers! 7 Ways to Save on the Price of Drinks
Today, Apr 19

Cheers! 7 Ways to Save on the Price of Drinks

Restaurants, airlines, and bars are feeling squeezed because of an increase in the price of limes. According to the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Fruit and Vegetable Retail Report released on April 4, the average advertised price of a lime is about $0.56 at grocery stores — more than double the $0.25 consumers paid

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How My Husband and I Raise Money-Smart Kids
Yesterday, Apr 18

How My Husband and I Raise Money-Smart Kids

This article was written by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach My husband, Earl, and I have a true partnership in every since of the word. Not only do we work together day-to-day in business – as co-owners of our financial education company, TheMoneyCoach.net LLC – we’re also tasked with the enormous privilege of raising three terrific

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Series I Savings Bonds Beat 1-Year CD Rates

Series I Savings Bonds Beat 1-Year CD Rates

There is a short window in which savers can make their money earn more than the top 1-year CD rate by investing in Series I savings bonds. The latest inflation numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics allow us to determine the upcoming rates for these bonds, and they look tempting.

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How to Finance a Car With Bad Credit

How to Finance a Car With Bad Credit

It may seem impossible to finance a vehicle when you have bad credit, but there are a few options available to you.

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Simon Says: Having a Small Card Balance Can Help Boost Credit Scores

Simon Says: Having a Small Card Balance Can Help Boost Credit Scores

Consumers who are concerned about their credit scores are often looking for ways to improve their creditworthiness in the eyes of lenders. One aspect that has always puzzled consumers is whether or not having a card balance helps boost their credit scores.

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10 Expensive Celebrity Business Failures
Apr 17

10 Expensive Celebrity Business Failures

Failed celebrity business ventures are more prevalent than you might think.

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Why Sleep Is Good for Your Bank Account

Why Sleep Is Good for Your Bank Account

One of the most important activities you will do in your lifetime is sleeping. Getting a restful sleep has health, psychological and financial benefits. And, a web app, Sleepyti.me, is helping people figure out not how much sleep to get, but when to go to bed and when to wake up.

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5 Great Children’s Books That Instill Money Lessons

5 Great Children’s Books That Instill Money Lessons

They say it takes a village to raise a child — but how many does it take to raise an educated, grateful, and charitable one? Good parenting practices differ from family to family, but one value many parents want to instill in their children is financial literacy.

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Guide: How to Save on Expensive Funeral Costs

Guide: How to Save on Expensive Funeral Costs

When a loved one dies, family members and close friends are left to pick up the pieces and plan a funeral. With emotions running high, important decisions must be made about how to lay a loved one to rest. What type of funeral should it be? Where should you bury your loved one? How many

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Credit Scores Between 600 and 650: What Can It Get You?

Credit Scores Between 600 and 650: What Can It Get You?

The unique thing about a credit score that falls between 600 and 650 is that it can put you in one of two major credit brackets. Your credit can either be considered “bad” or “fair,” which means you may be limited on what types of loans you qualify for or whether or not you can

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