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  • 1. Tons of Ways to Save Money Views: 115
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    Terms of Use Transportation Airline Fares Car Rental New Cars Used Cars Auto Leasing Gasoline Car Repairs Insurance Auto Insurance Homeowner/Renter Insurance Life Insurance Banking/Credit Checking Savings and Investment Products Credit Cards Auto Loans First Mortgage Loans Mortgage Refinancing Home Equity Loans Housing Home Purchase Renting a Place to Live Home Improvement Major Appliances Utilities Electricity Home Heating Telephone Service Other Food Purchased at Markets Prescription Drugs F  More...
  • 2. The Money Express article series introduction Views: 108
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    Putting You in Control of Your Financial Life Click on me to replay. AC_VHost_Embed_1190(119,133,'FFFFFF',1,1,39726,0,0,0,'b1db03cc14e1ba20b0255c167fb51899',6); Managing money is a critical life skill that many of us have never really mastered. Good money management skills help you get ahead financially and help prevent others from taking advantage of you. That's where The Money Express comes in. It's Connection's way to provide useful financial information in understandable terms  More...
  • 3. Why should I consider setting up a trust? Views: 66
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    Terms of Use People often associate trust funds only with the wealthy. But a trust fund ( trust ) actually can be an effective financial tool for many people in many circumstances. A trust is a separate legal entity that holds property or assets of some kind for the benefit of a specific person, group of people or organization known as the beneficiary ( beneficiaries ). The person creating a trust is called the grantor , donor or settlor . When a trust is established, an individual or corporate   More...
  • 4. What are the different types of bonds available? Views: 66
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    Terms of Use: There are several different types of bonds and bond issuers. Bonds can have fixed rates, variable rates and may be pre-paid by the bond issuer at any time. Some bonds even have fixed rates for a portion of their term and variable rates for a portion of their term. The particulars of how a bond functions is found in the bond's prospectus. When you buy a bond issued in US dollars, you are assuming two different types of risk. You are assuming the credit risk that the bond iss  More...
  • 5. Quick cost cutting: gasoline Views: 58
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    Terms of Use: With gasoline prices rising fast and furiously, there has never been a better time to tune up your car and practice energy wise driving techniques. Below is a list of tips that will not only improve your car's gas mileage, but also improve your car's overall performance and safety while reducing wear and tear on your car's engine. Driving Tips The first place to start is to drive smart. By simply practicing efficient driving techniques you can improve your car's fuel economy by mor  More...
  • 6. Tips for finding the best used car Views: 51
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    Terms of Use Buying a used car is a great way to stretch your dollar, but you'll want to learn these used car facts BEFORE you shop. GET THE USED CAR FACTS FIRST The price of new cars has steadily climbed over the past few years making used vehicles more attractive than ever. Because new vehicles lose so much of their value as soon as they're purchased, car shoppers are increasingly turning to previously owned cars as a smart financial alternative. Today, thanks to manufacturing and  More...
  • 7. Quick Cost Cutting: Car Expenses Views: 51
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    Terms of Use: For quick cost cutting on your car expenses, try this : Change your oil less frequently. A survey by AAA found that 95 percent of drivers had oil changes more often than necessary. Heavily used cars like taxis need an oil change every 3,000 miles, but if you have normal usage, you can expect to need an oil change every 7,500 miles. Comparison shop for auto repairs. It's a good idea to get 3 estimates and let each company know that you are shopping around for the best deal o  More...
  • 8. What things should I consider when buying a used vehicle? Views: 46
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    Terms of Use Before you start shopping for a car, you’ll need to do some homework. Spending time now may save you serious money later. Think about your driving habits, your needs, and your budget. You can learn about car models, options, and prices by reading newspaper ads, both display and classified. There is a wealth of information about used cars on the Internet: enter used car as the keywords and you’ll find additional information on how to buy a used car, detailed instru  More...
  • 9. What if I think that I can't afford college? Views: 45
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    Terms of Use So many college options are available these days that you'll be able to find a college offering courses you need at prices you can afford. Really. And help is available if you and your family can't pay the total cost and you qualify for student financial aid. Today, more than half of college students get financial aid. A great deal of financial help is available from colleges, states and, especially, the U.S. Department of Education. If you want to go to college and ar  More...
  • 10. Quick Cost Cutting: Cable or Satellite TV Views: 45
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    Terms of Use For quick cost cutting on your cable or satellite TV expenses, try this : Shop around. Whether you are considering switching from cable to satellite or vice versa, there are lots of deals available. Find out about special offers. Be sure to contact your present provider to see whether they are willing to extend their promotion to existing customers. Ask for a price break. Call your existing company and see whether there are ways to reduce your bill. Check out discounts for   More...
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