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Warren Buffett Buying Up Wall Street Banks?

What news we have from Wall Street these days. The government will bail out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to the tune of $700 billion or more. Wall Street has temporarily banned short selling! And while these developments should help calm the markets, everyone is on edge as the finance sector struggles to turmoil, affecting […]

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Keeping Your Money Safe

Well, with all the bad news on Wall Street this week about AIG, Merrill Lynch and Lehman Brothers, it’s no wonder you’re worried about your retirement fund, pension, annuity or other investments! I mean this is the first time in years I can remember mainstream media people use the phrase “bank run”! But seriously, if […]

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Think Like Warren Buffett

Who doesn’t want to be rich and live a life of luxury? There are only a number of men who have reached the top of the financial success ladder. We all know of Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, who was ranked as number one in Forbes Magazine’s richest people in the world as of […]

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Tips on Small Cap Stock Investments

You are probably well aware by now how the stock market can be both a rewarding and at the same time dangerous channel to go through if you want your money to grow. Sometimes, stocks of specific companies can become unstable, and you as a shareholder can risk losing money if you are not aware […]

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Get Your Free Credit Report Today

Did you know that the government mandates that you can get your credit report once a year ABSOLUTLEY FREE? Most people don’t know this and pay $20, $40 or even more to get their credit report, accepting that a fee is required in order to know about late payments, outstanding debts and other details about […]

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Seven Credit Card Mistakes Consumers Make

Learn about the top 7 traps many consumers fall into with credit cards and how you can avoid the problems and pitfalls that make the credit card companies rich.

Read these great pointers to manage your money and credit cards more wisely!

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How to Avoid Personal Bankruptcy

If you encounter financial trouble, you could be at risk of facing personal bankruptcy.

Dealing with creditors is very stressful and you need advice to negotiate the best terms possible.

But remember that you do have legal rights that can help protect you from creditors and bankruptcy is not the only option.

Read on to learn how you can avoid bankruptcy and get back on the right financial path!

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Credit Card Fraud Protection Guide

At the present time, persons who do business through fraudulent means never seem to stop. A huge percentage of Americans fall victims to scams and frauds, costing them hundreds to thousands of dollars. Has this ever happened to you or someone you know? If not, it may be just a matter of time unless you […]

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Want To Know Which Auto Insurance Company Is The Best?

The Internet provides you with a million ways to compare insurance companies. Most will tell you to pick the one with the best financial strength as determined by services like A.M. Best, Standard and Poor’s, and Moody’s. That way, you’ll know your insurance company will be there when you need them. Others tell you to […]

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How to Make a Car Insurance Claim

Why do you think it is important for every car owner to have auto insurance? Not only is car insurance required by laws of many states, it protects you and your car in case of an untimely event such as an accident, fire, theft, or others. Who wants to worry about the expenses of car […]

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Top 10 Auto Insurance Tips

As a car owner and driver, you are responsible for driving safely, the obedience of traffic rules and laws, and maintenance and repair of your vehicle. As required by laws of state, you should also be responsible enough to apply for auto insurance, as this can be very helpful in covering for your expenses in […]

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How to Find Cheap Car Insurance Rates

Even though car insurance isn’t something you use on a day-to-day basis, it can be the most important part of owning a car. You can never predict when an accident will happen, so you want to make sure you are covered all the time. If you have an accident without having car insurance, it could […]

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Certificate of Deposit or Money Market?

The question of how to invest your cash equivalent assets when you are between longer term investments is always a debacle. Read on to learn more about the strengths and weaknesses of CDs and Money Market investments!

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Buying Insurance

We get asked this question a lot and the answer is not always clear, but with the recent failures of AIG and other financial services companies, now is a good time to ask yourself whether or not to consider switching insurance providers. Its worth at least considering this question anytime your auto, home, life or […]

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Real Estate Investing

We haven’t seen such horrible financial news since the 1980s, when interest rates were nearly 20%. Some are even predicting that our current economic crisis will be worse than the Great Depression that followed the 1929 stock market crash. And while we continue to see unprecedented volatility in the stock markets and money is tighter […]

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Managing Your Credit

Did you know that the government mandates that you can get your credit report once a year ABSOLUTLEY FREE? Most people don’t know this and pay $20, $40 or even more to get their credit report, accepting that a fee is required in order to know about late payments, outstanding debts and other details about […]

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