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Class Action Settlements

When large groups of people are exploited or otherwise taken advantage of illegally, the result is often a class…

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Five Tips to Win the Grocery Game

Grocery shopping is as inevitable as death and taxes, and at the rate Americans consume, grocery bills have become…

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USPS Gets the Word Out on ID Theft

I recently received detailed information on identity theft prevention from an interesting source: The United States Postal Service. Along…

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Great Service is Now a Surprise

It used to be that poor service was a rarity. Such an occurrence probably made for interesting dinner conversation…

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What Would You Do With $10,000?

If you had an extra $10,000 right now…what would you do with it? It’s an interesting question that I…

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Charitable Repercussions

It began with good intentions in response to a simple request. It has become a sore subject that will…

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The Coffee or the Mug?

I recently heard a story about a college professor who regularly invites some of his favorite students over for…

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Catching up with JLP at All Financial Matters

You are a spreadsheet master. Should the average person use spreadsheets to help manage their finances and investments? Thanks!…

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Do You Love Your Job?

We all know people who are married to their jobs, but a recent survey looked the employee/job relationship as…

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5 Common and Deadly Investment Mistakes

Have you ever made a real investment mistake, a disastrous one? I know I have. For the sophisticated, mistakes…

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