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Personal Finance Blog By MoneyRates - Miscellaneous

Falling barometer: Small business conditions weaken

April 24, 2012

A weakening of small business conditions could affect jobs, deposit rates and the economy as a whole.

Road rage: The truth about gasoline prices

March 30, 2012

President Obama is getting plenty of blame for rising gasoline prices, but other forces seem to be at work.

What does the Super Committee failure mean?

December 6, 2011

The inability of the Super Committee to make deficit reduction recommendations could be a costly failure.

3 job-finding secrets: Location, location, location

October 7, 2011

Find out how to improve your job prospects by moving to the right location.

New cash payment service provides an alternative to plastic

September 9, 2011

PayNearMe wants to turn every 7-Eleven into a convenient credit service for the "unbanked" and "underbanked." Learn more about how this cash payment service works.

A 4th of July wish list

July 4, 2011

These 5 Independence Day wishes would put Americas savings accounts and public finances in healthier shape.

Complexity and short memories endanger your savings accounts

June 16, 2011

As financial reform gets bogged down in implementation, find out what this may mean for your savings and checking accounts.

Finding the right deal on tax preparation costs

April 11, 2011

A GetRichSlowly survey can give you some important background on tax preparation services and costs.

Mortgage rates reach a significant landmark

February 14, 2011

Despite a recent rise in mortgage rates, potential home buyers should understand that current mortgage rates are still among the lowest in history.

New report shows credit card fraud, identity theft down significantly

February 11, 2011

The number of cases of identity theft in the U.S. fell by 3 million in 2010 over the previous year as the total amount of money lost dropped nearly $20 million from the $56 billion lost in 2009. That was the good news that came from the Javelin Strategy & Research "Identity Fraud Survey Report." The [...]
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