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Costco Complete Emergency Preparation Kit?

Don't ask me why, but I have been on a secret survivalist bent recently. I guess too many worst-case scenarios going around in my head. Lo and behold, I run across this Complete Emergency Preparation Kit at Costco. Includes: # 6 Days … [Read the rest]

Discover More: 0% APR Balance Transfer Fee Cap Ends October 31st

It looks like the credit crunch continues to trickle down to everything financial, including tightening up in the credit card industry. I have it on good authority that the $75 balance transfer fee cap on the Discover More card will end on October … [Read the rest]

Got Enough To Retire? Frugal Spenders Just Might

In a CNN Money article titled "Got enough to retire? Think again", I actually found the opposite. The main point of the article is that you may need to replace a lot more than just 70-80% of your pre-retirement income after you stop working. … [Read the rest]

ShareBuilder Offers: 2 Free Real-Time Trades, $50 New Customer Bonus

Apparently ShareBuilder brokerage had some hiccups during the last few weeks, so like Zecco with their unlimited free trades in October, they threw out bonuses. A reader indicated that he was offered 20 automatic trades. Check your … [Read the rest]

1,000 Free Delta SkyMiles Offer + More

You can get 1,000 Delta SkyMiles for enrolling in ThanksAgain for free by October 31st. Again, good for generating some recent account activity. ThanksAgain looks like a shopping "milesback" portal but for local merchants, tracked by linking up your … [Read the rest]

Invest In A Flu Shot

I don't know if I have the flu or not, but I still feel awful. If you qualify, I'd say it is a wise investment that I shouldn't have put off. Ironically, since I have a fever I shouldn't get a flu shot. *sniff* Here is a flu shot finder, or … [Read the rest]

Weekend Reading: Diary From The Great Depression

Not enough doom and gloom in your diet? The Big Money shares the diary of Benjamin Roth, who was a lawyer during the Great Depression. Via the Consumerist. Here's an excerpt: June 5, 1931. Immediately after the 1929 crash the speculators … [Read the rest]

Chase Freedom Rewards Card – 5% Back On Popular Spending Categories

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My Favorite Cheap Eats In Portland, Oregon

This post is part of WiseBread's Best Cheap Eats group writing project. I chose to write about Portland, Oregon, because I recently left and I miss these spots! What's cheap? I'm saying under $10 for breakfast/lunch, and under $15 for dinner. … [Read the rest]

P2P Lending Update: Prosper, Lending Club, Zopa, Loanio

There have been a lot of comings and goings in the person-to-person social lending arena, so here are some updates and opinions as a casual observer sprinkled in. Prosper Steps Away The first and biggest (by total outstanding loans) P2P lender, … [Read the rest]

New PineCone Research Signup Link (Paid Surveys)

PineCone Research remains one of the better paying and reliable survey companies, with a payout of $3 for each 15-20 minute survey. The hardest part is getting accepted, as they only accept applications intermittently. Thanks to reader Tom, here … [Read the rest]

Updates: Top Savings Account and CD Interest Rates

Given the recent drop in Fed interest rates, here is a quick update on the rates being paid on online savings accounts: HSBC Advance lowered its rate to 3.00% APY. Capital One 360 also recently lowered its rate to 0.75% APY. ($25 bonus) … [Read the rest]

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