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Are You Prepared For A Government Shutdown?

Looming government shutdowns have become to most people another episode of 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf.' Both sides square off swearing that they won't compromise, but in the end a last minute deal averts the crisis. This time, however, could be different. The last time the government was shut down was in 1996 for 28 days, as a result of a standoff between Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and President Bill Clinton. There is probably just as much acrimony now as there was in 1996 between the parties. There are also much bigger stakes this time around, and don't... Read more →


I hate spending money on things like ink cartridges. Yes, I know they are necessary and a must if you have a printer, but there is nothing more frustrating than that message that pops up telling me I am out of ink. I have been surprised at how much the cost of a basic printer has come down in recent years. The last time I bought one it was less than $50, and it also functions as a fax machine and scanner. What a deal, I thought (until I needed to buy my first replacement ink cartridge). In my case,... Read more →


eBook Marketing And Publishing Tips

http://www.makemoneywithanebook.us Between the two of them, James L. Paris and Robert G Yetman Jr. have written and/or edited more than 35 traditionally published books. Additionally, they have authored, published, and marketed countless eBooks. In this video you will get a firsthand account of how easy it is to publish your first eBook and begin receiving monthly residual income from it. Read more →


How Corporate America Tracks Your Medical and Banking History

The Medical Information Bureau and ChexSystems are two entities you have likely never heard of. These organizations are tracking your banking and medical history, and it is more important than ever that you gain access to your files. The Medical Information Bureau Think of the MIB as sort of a credit bureau for your medical history. The MIB also falls under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and this means that they have the same responsibility as a credit bureau for maintaining accurate information in your file. The MIB claims to only maintain a file on about 15 to 20 percent... Read more →


Most people have become thoroughly annoyed with so called 'free credit' report offers. Virtually all of these offers require your credit card number and enrollment in a 'trial membership.' If you don't remember to cancel, you end up taking on yet another monthly obligation (about $10 to $15 monthly). A couple of years ago I wrote an article on how to get your credit report for free without a trial membership. Today I am going to take things a step further and share with you a couple of ways to get your credit score and credit monitoring for free (again... Read more →