Why the Post Office Dropping Saturday Delivery Isn’t a Big Deal + MORE

I guess I wasn’t paying too much attention early on in my life, because I had no idea that middle class families actually struggled until I started my own. I’m not saying that my family didn’t struggle while I was growing up. I’m sure they did, but it wasn’t really a topic of conversation to be had over dinner…

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Ex company car driver insurance is a specialized form of insurance which is ideal for drivers who left their last driving job for a company. Ex company car driver insurance is a popular form of insurance in the United Kingdom. This type of insurance is ideal for drivers who have quit their last job for …

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How much house can you afford?

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How much house can you afford?
Food, water, and shelter… these are all items that everyone needs to survive.  One big question is how much to spend on each of these categories.  Of the three, shelter probably has the largest range with the lowest being free housing and highest being millions of dollars.
I’m sure you are well aware of the housing market crash after the housing bubble we had a few years ago, but what you may not know is that this was partially caused by people buying too expensive of a house that they weren’t able to afford…

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The following is a guest post from my good friend Roger at The Chicago Financial Planner. If you’re interested in doing a guest post, please see my guest posting policy and contact me.
If you are looking for a financial advisor to help you with financial planning, investments, or any other aspect of your financial life you have a lot to consider…

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Why the Post Office Dropping Saturday Delivery Isn’t a Big Deal(Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The plan for the post office to drop Saturday delivery has met a lot if controversy, but it us a solid plan that should be getting more support. The US Postal Service lost $7 billion last year and nearly twenty billion in the last four years. Obviously, for the Post Office to remain viable in the 21st century, it is going to have to make changes to the way it operates…

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Paying Off Debt as a Couple

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Paying Off Debt as a Couple
Last week I was talking about how sometimes it can be hard to stay motivated while paying down debt. We received our tax refund and while it would be so tempting to use that money for some fun, we decided to use most of it on paying down the student loan.
As I shared some of my ways to stay motivated to stick to our financial goals, I asked for tips from you guys…

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How to Maximize your Employer’s 401(k) MatchFree money is free money no matter how you look at it. Can you believe that every year millions of employees miss out on their employer’s 401(k) match? This is the best kind of free money because you don’t have to do much to take advantage.
So what do you have to do? Simply be aware of when you contribute and how much you contribute to your retirement account…

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MCB is now on Facebook.  Please go to our page and give us a like.  https://www.facebook.com/MyCoinBlog
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How to Stay Motivated With Debt Repayment

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Today’s post is from my awesome staff writer Jordann. Enjoy!
When I graduated from University, I had a lot of debt. I paid for my school myself and although I’d worked every summer and managed to save a good portion of my earnings, I still somehow managed to rack up $26,000 in student loans…

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A Brief Primer on Dividend Growth Stocks Part 2: Basic stock screeningI thought it would be a good idea to follow up part one of my primer on dividend growth stocks with second part, that is all about some of the basic criteria that can be used to evaluate a dividend growth stock that you’re interested in.  If you are going to evaluate whether to buy an individual stock or not, you need to have some kind of objective criteria established…

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Immigration is Positive For Everyone

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I am an immigrant. My parents brought me to this country when I was 6 years old. Before coming to the US, my knowledge of this dream land was limited. I remember playing with my younger cousin and speaking in “English,” which was actually made up gibberish. My kindergarten school had a 1 hour English class a day…

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Allow Me to Introduce Myself…

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Allow Me to Introduce Myself…Editor’s note from Travis Pizel: 
It is with great excitement that I introduce to you Suzanne Coblentz, a brand new member of Team EOD!  Suzanne is the Social Media Manager for CareOne Debt Relief Services, along with wearing many other hats.   She brought me on board as a customer blogger over three years ago, and is the person responsible for launching my blogging career…

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How to Steal Like an Artist

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How to Steal Like an Artist
“Good artists borrow. Great artists steal” ~ Pablo Picasso

It’s okay to steal.
If you want to build a skill, you almost have to steal.
While society has taught us that it is virtuous to figure things out for ourselves, I have found that most people who have done something great in their lives were thieves…

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I Hate Walmart: My High Cost To Get Low PricesI Hate Walmart: My High Cost To Get Low Prices
Club Thrifty – Stop spending. Start living. 
A few months ago, I signed up for the Chase Southwest Rapid Rewards Visa card in order to churn for the sign up bonus.  The deal was this: spend $2000 in three months and earn $800 in flights or $500 in gift cards…

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The Tory Burch double wrap leather logo bracelet is $95 at shopbop.com. It comes in lots of colors and never really goes out of style. I have a similar style bracelet from Stella & Dot that I wear all the time; the leather makes it comfortable and the style goes with everything, day or night.

Tory burch Double Wrap Logo Bracelet

Get the look for less at Gap stores with their take on the double wrap bracelet…

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