March 2012

In life you have to always be on the lookout for opportunities whether it is for a new job, dream house or good investment.  The cruise ship wreck a couple of months ago presented one of those openings. The Company Costa Concordia is a ship from the Costa Cruise Lines which is owned by Carnival […]

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I was reading on Kiplingers earlier this week how Siri makes a great personal finance assistant.  It’s true that Siri is a wonderful resource for these purposes and more. But you don’t need to buy an iPhone 4S or new iPad  for your personal finance assistant. Save on ATM Fees I have never once asked […]

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Do you currently run a blog of your own? What do you spend the majority of your time doing? Do you ever wonder if some of your efforts are a complete waste, while the actions that you keep putting off are entirely essential? Even if you don’t own a blog, there are still events in […]

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I signed up for a new service called ImpulseSave which helps people set up goals and start saving instead of spending.  Instead of buying that cool new gadget or yet another pair of shoes (remember I’m the Imelda Marcos wannabe), put that money towards your goal. My first goal was to save $10,000 for a […]

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When changing employers or retiring one of the many decisions you need to make is what to do about your 401K account.  Do you leave it in your former employer’s plan, rollover to the new employer 401K plan, withdraw the money or rollover from 401K to IRA account? The smartest choice may be the last. […]

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