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9 Impulse Buys That Turned Out Better Than Expected!

We’ve all bought stuff based on commercials that turned out nothing like how it was advertised. (Shamwow guy, you listening?) Sometimes we buy stuff on a whim, only to be disappointed later. I know I have. But not all my impulse buys have been duds. Here are some purchases that turned out to be better […]

October 8, 2011 43
Bank of america to charge $5 debit card fee

Bank Of America To Start Charging Debit Card Fees

BofA has come up with a novel way to earn people’s trust after battling one PR disaster after another for the fraud perpetuated by the bank over the past few years. BofA has decided to charge a nominal monthly fee of $5 every month you use BofA’s debit card. This will be on top of […]

September 29, 2011 43
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Using PayPal To Send Money? The Deal Just Got Sweeter!

When it comes to easy money transfers, nothing beats PayPal in terms of popularity. The process is very simple to send money to friends and family: 1.Both the sender and the receiver should have a Paypal account 2.If the payment is for personal use, there may or may not be fees depending upon the source […]

September 24, 2011 50
What is a Fixed Rate Mortgage?

Demystifying Mortgages For The First Time Home Buyer

Buying a home can be an exciting and a stressful time. If this is your first time buying a home, be prepared for a deluge of information, advice and opinions. And don’t let your real estate agent or your banker make the most important decision of them all – your mortgage. You know your financial […]

September 11, 2011 45
Performance of the most expensive Vanguard funds

Vanguard’s Most Expensive Funds

Vanguard is known for its selection of low cost, no-load funds but Vanguard does have a few funds up its sleeve for those who are willing to pay more. These are Vanguard’s five most expensive funds. Vanguard FTSE All-World ex-US Small-Cap Index Fund Investor Shares (VFSVX) This fund attempts to track the index of non-domestic, […]

September 6, 2011 33
Following Buffett Blindly Can Be Injurious To Your Wealth

Following Buffett Blindly Can Be Injurious To Your Wealth

The Oracle had spoken. “I’m impressed with the profit generating abilities of the franchise”, Buffett said of Bank of America. “This is a vote of confidence by a savvy investor”, touted Bank of America’s chairman. Buffett followed up with an investment of $5 billion in the beleaguered bank. Nervous investors heard what they needed to […]

August 29, 2011 37
Buffett dismisses gold

10 Reasons Why The Rich Hate Warren Buffett

1. Buffett’s favorite food is … A Cheeseburger! Not even one filled with caviar. Buffett loves popcorn and has a penchant for Coke! C’mon Warren, we have a reputation to keep! 2. Buffett has pledged most of his wealth to charity Buffett has pledged, not 25%, or 50%, or even 75%, but 99% of his […]

August 23, 2011 38
Ally versus Ing Direct: which bank is better?

Ally Vs. Ing Direct: A Face Off!

Ally and Ing Direct are two of the most popular online banks in the US with no physical branches. Ing Direct is owned by the Dutch financial group, Internationale Nederlanden Groep and Ally is the financial arm of General Motors, formerly known as GMAC. (ING group has agreed to divest US operations of Ing Direct […]

August 18, 2011 69
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Market Meltdown, What Should You Do?

The stock market had the worst plunge in two years, Standard & Poor’s downgraded US credit rating from AAA to AA+, the first time in seventy years, and Europe is battling a credit crisis of its own. According to Standard & Poor’s, your money is more safer with Liechtenstein than with the US! The impact […]

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