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The Law of Gravity Exists Even On Campus College life brings the new freedoms of adulthood, and these freedoms can be intoxicating. But when it comes to your personal finances, make sure that you don’t wake up on graduation day with a financial hangover that can take years to cure. It’s easy to live in […]

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Author Bio: This article has been written by Amy Lewis. She is associated with Oak View Law Group, a bankruptcy law firm. She writes on a wide range of financial topics like credit card debt settlement, federal debt relief programs, debt management, debt consolidation, bankruptcy etc. It’s the same story everywhere. Every time we decide […]

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I am diligent about protecting my identity.  I monitor my accounts, pay bills from my account online, shred paperwork, opt-out of mailings, and so much more.  But even that may not be enough. As a customer, I have been receiving notices that my personal information may have been compromised. I thought my identity was safe […]

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The first four months of this year have provided all sorts of weather challenges all over the country.  We started the year off with record-breaking snow storms. In April, there were major tornadoes (over 300 in one day), and now flooding. What is going on with this weather? Are you prepared for whatever weather disaster […]

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Vacation Safely

May 16, 2011

in Money

If you’re going away on vacation, you need to take some steps to protect yourself and your belongings. But, most of us aren’t covering all the bases. Here’s what I suggest you do: Stop the mail, newspaper, and any other automatic delivery Make arrangements for pets and plants Call your credit card companies to let […]

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