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Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
How to Build Credit with a Secured Card

A secured credit card can be a very useful way for young people to build their credit, and for others to rebuild their credit after a financial disaster. Learn more about how a secured credit card works, and decide if it is the right solution for you.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Practical Guide to the Wise Use of Credit Cards

Do you completely understand when it is best to use a debit card, and when you might need to have a credit card? How long will it take you to pay off $3000, if you only make the minimum balance? Can paying an extra $20 a month make much of a difference? This article will help answer these questions, and more.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Scrapbooking with Personal Holiday Photo Cards

One of my most treasured photo albums is the one I have put together using my old photo Christmas cards, along with treasured photo Christmas cards sent by my family and other friends. The one I have goes back 30 years, and reveals a lot of family history. Here's how you can easily make one, too.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
How to Write Charming Thank You Notes

Sending thank you notes to family and friends is one of the best ways to let people know how much you care about them and appreciate their kindness. This article contains exact words you can use as a guide when you write your cards ... which makes life much easier for you.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Ways to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft and Stolen ID

Identity theft affects thousands of people every year, and it happens quickly and unexpectedly. You don't have to be their next victim, though. Here are the steps to protect yourself and handle any problems that could come up.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
How to Decide if a Wedding Credit Card is Right for You

Should you use a special wedding credit card to pay for your wedding expenses? This article will help you make that decision, and determine which credit cards might be best. In addition, it gives practical solutions for other ways to pay for and manage your wedding expenses.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
How to Write a Compassionate Letter of Sympathy

What should you do when a friend loses a family member? What should you say in a sympathy card? This article contains condolence quotes and specific instructions to help you send a loving and compassionate letter of sympathy.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Last Minute Gifts: Cheap but Thoughtful

If you are looking for a great last minute gifts to buy your family and friends, and you don't have a lot of money to spend, this article will help you with some creative ideas. If you keep a few of these items on hand, you will always be prepared the next time you need a gift in a hurry.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Las Vegas Wedding Laws and Requirements

Las Vegas is one of the easiest places to get married, and more weddings are held here than anywhere else in the U.S. People come from around the world to get married in Las Vegas. If this is what you want to do, what are the laws and regulations you have to follow? Hint: They are extremely simple for nearly everyone!

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
How to Get a Free Credit Report

Free Credit Reports are often advertised on the radio; however, sometimes they are just trying to use the offer of a credit report in order to get you to sign up for their service. Fortunately, there are ways that you can get a free credit report, several times a year, and not have to pay fees.

Entertainment
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Fun Games for Kids: Cheap

Families love to spend time together, and board games are a popular way to have a fun family evening or to pass time on a rainy afternoon. These family friendly games are good choices.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Thoughtful Thank You Notes Your Kids Can Write

Thoughtful thank you notes are something that even young kids can learn to write. With a few creative tips for writing thank you notes, you can teach your children to write notes that their grandparents and other relatives will love!

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
When You Should Give Wedding Gift Cash

Wedding Gift cash and gift certificates frequently are the most desirable gifts for a newlywed couple. However, how can you decide if cash or a gift certificate would be the best choice for this particular couple? Here's the information you need in order to make a wise decision.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Cheap and Thoughtful Gifts for Men

Men love toys. It is almost a cliché in our society to say that the only difference between men and boys is the size and cost of their toys! Therefore, when you ask your favorite man what he wants for Christmas or his birthday,...

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Home Improvement Financing Ideas

Whether you are making home improvements in order to sell the home, make repairs, or increase energy efficiency, these home improvements may need to be financed. Learn more about your home improvement financing options.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Holiday Shopping Safety on Black Friday

Black Friday sales are fun, but they can also expose you to a greater chance of being robbed because you are distracted, you're loading your car with gifts, and you're spending a lot of money. These few shopping safety tricks will help keep you from having your holiday shopping ruined by thieves.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
What to Do If You Are The Victim of Fraud or a Stolen ID

If you are the victim of fraud, it is not uncommon to feel embarrassed and humiliated. About 1/3 of victims will never report the crime. However, it is important to be proactive, and work quickly to resolve the situation, or things could get much worse. Find out what to do.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Teach Your Children Safety Around Electricity

Electric power lines, wires, appliances, outlets and meters surround us constantly, yet many young children are not aware of how dangerous this power can be. Here are a few simple rules about electricity that every parent should teach to their children.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Personal Safety Tips for Women

It's fun to go shopping and we all need to run errands sometimes. However, we also need to learn how to practice personal safety, especially during the holidays and other times when we may be distracted.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Financial Advice for College Students

Most new college freshmen only have limited financial knowledge. If they will be living on their own in a dorm or apartment, however, they have to quickly learn to handle credit, deal with student loans, and prepare for adulthood.

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