Archive | November, 2013

5 Fashionable Money-Minded Makeovers

27. November 2013

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It’s a common problem: you feel stuck in a fashion rut and want a makeover, but unhappily your bank account does not agree. Giving yourself a style update doesn’t need to come with crippling credit debt or even cost a huge chunk of cash. By becoming a financially savvy fashionista, you can brush up your […]

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Before You Get the Keys: Preparing Your Finances to Afford a Mortgage

26. November 2013

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Millions of people dream about getting the keys to their first home, but relatively few in comparison are able to turn those dreams into a reality. A primary cause for these deferred, postponed and even rejected dreams is because of not having a sufficient financial structure. Keep in mind that before your future home’s foundation […]

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Quick Money Offered In Truck Settlement? Don’t Be Too Hasty

24. November 2013

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While any traffic accident or fender bender can be a traumatic experience, those involving bigger vehicles, such as trucks, can feel even more overwhelming. Occasionally when dealing with the aftermath of an accident, it’s easy to fall into the trap of wanting to quickly put a legal settlement to bed so you can just move […]

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How To Survive A Tax Audit

17. November 2013

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  Many taxpayers fulfill their duties to the Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, when they file their taxes and either pay what is owed to this government agency or accept a tax refund from the government. However, for some, the tax season marks the start of a long and horrendous process culminating in an audit. […]

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How Much Does a DUI Really Cost? The Financial Facts

17. November 2013

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When you are convicted of a DUI, there is much more involved in the conviction than just having your license suspended for a period of time. In truth, the financial strain caused by this conviction often exceeds any punishment imposed by the Court. The following are several ways that a DUI conviction can financially impact […]

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Keep Your Store Stocked for Profit

11. November 2013

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When you run out of an item, you lose the chance to sell it and make a profit. Worse than that, you’ll have to turn customers away if they are looking for that particular item. This will send the customers to another store and, as a worst case scenario, they may never come back to […]

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Romance on a Budget: 8 Unique Ideas for Date Night

3. November 2013

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Many people believe that they need to spend a lot of money in order to take someone on a date. Fortunately, there are actually several different ways to create a romantic mood without emptying your wallet. In fact, you can easily schedule multiple dates that will cost you less than $20 each. Tips for Creating […]

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