Public Universities Doing A Poor Job

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Banks Fighting Federal Student Loan Overhauls

Tweet It should come as no surprise that banks are fighting the new student loan overhaul bill tooth and nail.  At issue is what President Obama, and others, describe as an unwarranted subsidy. The banks receive a substantial federal subsidy for providing loans to college...

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Overdraft Fees A Windfall For Banks

Tweet With the recession in full swing, many banks have tried to squeeze every cent from their patrons.  By allowing people to exceed their balances and then charge them a substantial overdraft fee for each transaction, banks have implemented a scheme that has harmed many...

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How To Pick Stocks (Part 2): Assessing Value Cont.

Sep 19, 09 How To Pick Stocks (Part 2): Assessing Value Cont.

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Tweet There are other investment strategies that you can utilize in order to decide which stocks you should buy.  These strategies only provide a broad outline.  If you are a beginner to the stock market, you should definitely consult with a trusted broker or analyst in...

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Give Back

Tweet During difficult times people have a tendency to retreat from social and civic life.  This recession has greatly harmed our economic infrastructure and made it more difficult for us to achieve our financial goals.  However, there are those who have always been...

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You Do Need Life Insurance

Sep 17, 09 You Do Need Life Insurance

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Tweet Insurance is a necessary.  Despite the unscrupulous way many insurance companies conduct their business, insurance protects people from a variety of unexpected events.  Life insurance is important. Not only does life insurance ease the transition of expected deaths,...

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