Choosing Your Credit Card 3

Disclaimer: I’m not advertising or paid to talk about the following cards. I did a lot of calculations mainly because I was broke as shit and if I was going to spend, I might as well do it with earnings

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Choosing Your Credit Card 2

So now that you have a good idea about credit cards, where would you go to look for one? Many of us start our first credit cards with the bank we primarily use. The reasoning is simple: you can easily

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Choosing Your Credit Card

Why? Many people like me or unlike me have credit cards because it is just so simple to carry one with you and not have to worry about carrying change, bills, other payment methods. Since it is so widely used,

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Let’s Learn-What is Tax Efficiency?

*Please read my note of disclosure on my About Me. If necessary, use Ctrl-F and find some keywords that may be attached to information about this topic. Summary will be at the end (Press End to view). Similar to the

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Let’s Learn-Are Mutual Funds Worth it?

*Please read my note of disclosure on my About Me. If necessary, use Ctrl-F and find some keywords that may be attached to information about this topic. Summary will be at the end (Press End to view). Opinion: MUTUAL FUNDS

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Big Four – Chapter 1

“Whenever you feel like criticizing any one, just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you had.” That was the first line from the book Great Gatsby by Mr. Fitzgerald and ever since high

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Cheap Oil Analysis – Pros and Cons

Cheap oil is caused by an oversupply of oil of 600,000 barrels a day in the world market by members of OPEC marking a drop from $100 to $65 per barrel. The analysis below is biased to a Canadian point

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