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Friday, 12 October 2012

Friday, October 12, 2012
WASHINGTON — It'll cost another penny to mail a letter next year.

The cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service said Thursday that it will raise postage rates on Jan. 27, including a 1-cent increase in the cost of first-class mail to 46 cents.
Bizarre Reason She Was Denied A Job
Newly Designed $100 Bills Stolen
14-Year-Old Buys Second Home
31-Year-Old Cake To Fetch Thousands
Big Box Store To Match Online Prices
Mark Cuban: My Opinion On The Governor Romney Tax Plan
After watching interviews of Governor Romney and the debates, both Presidential and VP, I'm starting to fully get my arms around how Governor Romney works and the details of his tax plan.
Ben Mulling: Four Steps to Educate Students About Personal Finance
Years later, having paid off all of this debt and having a totally different frame of mind as it relates to personal finance, I wonder what it would have taken to have prevented me from making all of those financial mistakes so early in my life.
John R. Talbott: The Ethical Investor: Wall Street Ripoff #7 - In the Long Run, Equities Outperform Bonds
Investors have been lulled to sleep by the lullaby song of stockbrokers and bankers who croon that bonds are safe and that equities always outperform bonds in the long run. Wake up before another nightmare market crash shakes you violently from your peaceful slumber.
Fred R. Becker, Jr.: Credit Unions: Still the Best Bet for Consumers
What are some of the other advantages of credit unions? People before profits. At credit unions, members are owners and have a say in how it is operated. The "profits" go to members in the form of lower fees and better rates.
Jason Alderman: Money-Saving Open Enrollment Tips
Take a few minutes to review your benefit coverage options for next year -- and take advantage of any tax savings you might be missing.

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