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You have already borne the burden of buying your dream car or cars, yet still other hurdles come knocking. Fuel expenses aside, you have to insure your vehicle against theft and any bumps or scratches. You may have realized that you cannot walk away from auto insurance no matter how challenging it is. However, you […]

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Ok, so you have a couple options available to you if you want to save money on gas this spring and summer as prices hover around $4 per gallon. First, you could stop driving altogether. This might be logistically feasible for some, and the environment would surely appreciate it, but others simply live too far […]

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Anyone with a steady stable of friends and relatives has probably been asked for a loan at some point in their lives.  Just an extra couple of bucks to help them get through whatever financial hardship they’re currently facing. Sometimes though, people like to go above and beyond simply asking to borrow a couple of […]

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The following is a sponsored guest post from Money Super Market.com. Baby boomers across the pond are struggling to cope with their borrowings, with one in three currently unable to clear their debts, according to new research. Insurance group Aviva’s fifth ‘Real Retirement Report’ found that almost a quarter (23%) of those surveyed said they […]

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This is a guest post from Denise from Single Saver as part of the Yakezie Blog Swap #4.  The Single Saver offers practical, money saving tips in a fun and interactive format.  Read about my biggest financial pet peeve at Single Saver today. Ever try to think of your biggest pet peeve?  How about focusing […]

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