Good Customer Service

July 23, 2011
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Tweet Have you ever been treated rudely, or with indifference when you are paying for service? Ever stood on the checkout line for over ten minutes when the cashier was talking to a friend on a cell phone? Have you ever asked for help in a grocery store and you were told “i don’t work […]

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Prepaid Credit Cards – The Pros and The Cons

June 23, 2011

Tweet In the recent past the use of prepaid cards has risen significantly. According to Federal Reserve, these cards were used to make $65 billion worth of transactions in 2010, up 35% from the previous year 2009. This rise can be attributed to a number of things: the growing number of the ‘unbanked’ population, a […]

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Married? Get Off the Island!

May 20, 2011

Tweet This article comes from one my favorite marriage counselor, author and speaker Mark Gungor – it was previously published on his blog page.  Hope you find it helpful. There is a very troubling phenomenon in churches today and it’s having a terrible and very destructive effect on marriages. Far too many couples are living […]

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NewBorn Finances

April 25, 2011

Tweet Now that our son is here, once in a while i will be writing some little things that may be helpful to new ‘parents to be’ that we have picked along the way during the waiting and as we continue to grow as a family. Be Prepared Sometime it feels like even if i […]

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A Newborn Child Does Not Mean Newborn Debt

February 16, 2011
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Tweet I have not written here the last one month and half and i am hoping to get back to my usual writing and establish a rhythm that i can keep in the long run. That being said, this year is a life changing one for our family – at least that’s what we’ve been told […]

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Keeping Your Identity Safe During Holiday Season

December 9, 2010
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Tweet Here are eight easy ways you can shop smart and help keep your identity safe this holiday season. I got these highlights from Lifelock, a company that offers services to protect identity. I was signed up to this service when my identity was potentially compromised, due to perceived exposure of some sensitivity data.          In […]

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Paying or Saving for Holiday Deals!

November 15, 2010
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Tweet As the holiday season becomes busy, consumers also get busy. We  look through the newspapers and the  internet for deals, gifts, coupons, and such offers that we can use  for our holiday purchases. While this is perfectly OK, and in fact, you will likely get a better deal this season than earlier in the year, it’s also […]

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