From the category archives:


Bank Failures by the Numbers

August 6, 2009

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has gotten a lot of press lately due to the recession and their takeover of banks that have failed.  Usually these takeovers are just to immediately transition from the failed institution to an institution that has agreed to assume the assets of the failed bank. $1.6 Billion total deposits […]

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Automate Your Finances to Save Time and Money

June 10, 2009

One of the easiest, and best things, you can do for your finances is automation. Automating your finances will allow you to make sure you bills are paid on time and your savings goals are not interrupted by a failure to remember to make the transfer. It seems like forever ago when I wrote my […]

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15 Online Resources for Improving Your Financial Health

June 9, 2009

People who are serious about their finances either develop their own processes and tracking methods or leverage the tools available to them on the web. With new resources popping up every day I wanted to gather a quick and dirty list of what is out there for you. Some of these I have heard of […]

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Three Simple Ways to Automatically Increase Your Savings

March 31, 2009

Savings rates The rate at which people are saving is on the rise which is a great thing, but if you have been struggling trying to get yourself to save or even just to save more I have three great ways you can increase your savings automatically. Direct Deposit The best way you could increase […]

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