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Bank of America Customers – Time to Move Your Money!
Have a checking account with Bank of America (or any account for that matter)? Then it is time to move your money. I touched on this topic a few weeks ago (here), but it is worth repeating: banks are charging … Continue reading
Banks Charge for Deposits – Part 2
Back in August, we discussed the fact that some banks were beginning to charge fees on your hard earned cash. Now, Citigroup is getting in on the act, and it isn’t just for the big boys. It seems that the … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Money Management, Personal Finance Tagged bailout, bank account, banks, fees, investing process, personal budgeting 3 Comments
Are You Paid for Being Productive?
Are you paid for being productive? With all the focus on “productivity” these days, one would think that being more productive would be recognized by employers and rewarded. The answer – not so much… Hat Tip to B. Ritholtz Click … Continue reading
Why Health Care Is Not Affordable – Part II
Yesterday, I posed the question: “Ever wonder why health care is not affordable?” Today, I’ll link you to the second infographic from Medical Billing and Coding; entitled “Why Your Stitches Cost $1,500 – Part II”. Whether or not you agree … Continue reading
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Why Health Care Is Not Affordable
Ever wonder why health care is not affordable? With so much conflicting data and information floating around, it is hard to put it all into perspective. Enter the infographic; a great way to visualize complex topics. At first glance, health … Continue reading
Easter Egg of the Day: Jim Rohn
“If you don’t know what a financial statement is, make it a priority to find out without further delay. It’s very important to know exactly where you are financially, without kidding yourself. Only when you know where your are can … Continue reading
Posted in Personal Finance, Quotes Tagged personal balance sheet, personal budgeting, personal finance, personal financial statements, personal income statement, Quotes Comments Off on Easter Egg of the Day: Jim Rohn
Budget Battle? Really?
When your talking about the US budget/deficit, numbers like trillions and billions tend to lose there meaning. How many people have hands-on experience with that much money? I like to think in percentages…those I can relate to. Unfortunately, this makes … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Personal Finance Tagged personal budgeting 1 Comment