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09.19.11

Buying Vs. Renting

Jenny Edwards

When you get ready to do some home improvements or vacation, you usually have a list of everything you need to buy. However, if you’re

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09.14.11

The Dual Income Family

Samantha Eckles

The American economy began to embrace the foundation of the two-income family during World War II, when Rosie the Riveter led women into the workforce

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09.12.11

Stimulating the Economy

Erik Chang

The question on everyone’s mind is how do we stimulate the economy? While no answer is a guaranteed success, there are a number of options

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09.08.11

The Most Efficient Charities in America

Samantha Eckles

With so many charities, it can be hard to choose which ones to donate to. To help you, we researched American charitable organizations that have

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09.06.11

What Has Athens Got To Do With Wall Street?

Erik Chang

We have all heard about Greece’s economic crisis, but should it be cause for concern for the American economy? Unfortunately, the Greek economy and the

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08.31.11

Seasonal Sales – The Best Time To Buy

Stan Reybern

These days it seems like everything is on sale, all the time. While promotions, discounts and rebates have all become part of our shopping landscape;

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08.29.11

How Much Does Fido Cost?

Samantha Eckles

For many Americans, a dog is more than a pet; it is part of the family. Just like a child, canines need to be fed,

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