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CashCrate Review

April 9, 2009

CashCrate is one of those Get Paid To (GPT) Sites where you are paid to complete offers, some free and some not so much. It has become tremendously popular with stay at home moms, college students, and just about anyone else with a few minutes and a desire to make some money at home.  There […]

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Upromise College Savings Review

April 7, 2009

Upromise is a way to help you save for college using your everyday purchases. You earn a percentage of cash for certain purchases made with the Upromise affiliates. These purchases can be made on a wide variety of in store items as well as on specific purchases made online or in restaurants. How it works […]

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OnBank Account Review

March 4, 2009

The second high yield savings account I opened was with OnBank. They offer a Money Market Savings account as well as “high” interest CD’s. Their rates were once competitive but have since fallen below 1%, the Money Market Account runs .75% and they are offering 1.95% for 60 month CD’s as of 04/05/2009. About the […]

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Review – The Wealthy Barber by David Chilton

February 26, 2009

In the realm of personal finance books it is hard to ignore “The Wealthy Barber” it is on every list of must read books for financial well-being out there. In fact this book is the all-time best selling book in Canada. “The Wealthy Barber” centers around Dave who has decided to get his financial affairs […]

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Review – ING Direct Savings Account

February 24, 2009

I recently signed up for an ING Direct savings account with a $25 sign-up bonus. My main reason for picking ING was the ability to easily create sub accounts within the system. I plan to use this account for at least two savings goals and want to be able to track them separately. About the […]

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