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Stock Picking Challenge Results + Giveaway Winner

The 1st Annual Stock Picking Challenge is in the books and I have to say that it has re-ignited a desire in me to start investing in stocks again. It’s been fun to research them and then see how they perform over the month. I knew this before – but doing the Challenge has reinforced my …

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How to Find a Cheaper Phone Plan

I think one of the biggest needs out there when folks are searching for a cell phone plan is finding one that is uniquely suited for their particular situation. It’s really difficult to find a place online that you can go to that will help give you unbiased advice about where to find a plan …

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Ooma Unboxing and Setup (Video) – Almost Free Landline Service

For years you have heard Charlie talk about the benefits of ditching your landline for an Ooma Telo device. Ooma is basically a free service (besides the nominal taxes/fees you have to pay) that takes the place of existing landlines using VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). I decided to get my own Ooma Telo and …

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How Much Does Term Life Insurance Cost?

Term life insurance is the most affordable option when it comes to protecting your loved ones should the unexpected happen. The exact pricing varies depending upon the individual, the product, and the amount of coverage you choose. Everyone’s situation is unique so a policy that works for some may not be the best choice for …

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Cinch Financial Review – An Unbiased Recommendation Service

I’m a big fan of simplicity. As a designer, I’m always looking for ways to strip away – and to get the cleanest, clearest message across in the most aesthetically pleasing way. So, I appreciate when I see this approach taken with other products / services. The folks at Cinch Financial (cinchfinancial.com) seem to be …

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Important Steps to Home Ownership

This post is written and sponsored by U.S. Bank. So, you’re ready to make the big leap into home ownership? Good for you. Home ownership can be a great experience and holds a number of tangible and intangible benefits. But first, you need to actually buy that property, which, especially if this is your first home, …

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