Monthly Archives: November 2011

This holiday season, don’t get financially stuffed!

I don’t know about you, but after the Thanksgiving break, I didn’t think I’d need to eat again until January! Of course, we’ll be doing it all over again in just a few weeks. As you know, one of the … Continue reading

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Changes are on the way for student loans

Several of you have asked my opinion of President Obama’s recent executive order regarding student loans. Let’s take a minute to highlight the basic details. Without getting overly political, I applaud the President’s “we can’t wait approach” as he deals … Continue reading

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Bank Fees. Only the beginning…

Now that it’s official and Bank of America has retreated from its plans to introduce a monthly debit card fee, we must also be prepared for the more nuanced approach that many banks will no doubt take in response to … Continue reading

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We may have won the battle, but the war is far from over.

It would be nice to think that several of the big banks who are now rethinking their proposed debit card and other fees are doing so because of this blog and the many others like it. A more likely explanation … Continue reading

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