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What is a prepaid card? Prepaid Card is a reloadable cash card that serves to pay for airline tickets booking, hotel reservations, rentals, and other forms of online and actual purchases.

Social Security retirement benefits are available to American workers who have paid into the system throughout their working years. Originally established after the Great Depression

If you are the kind of person who is fond of online shopping, you must be very aware of the different payment schemes the shop implies. You could assign your checking account as

If something happens to you that requires you to be confined or positioned your body in a way that cannot be achieved using your home standard bed, you might be searching for ways on how you could get 

Mortgage Protection Life Insurance: Money Better Spent Elsewhere

So, you have just bought your first home and now the applications start arriving in the mail for something called mortgage protection insurance. You look over the applications, all of which are claiming how critical it is for you to protect yourself and your loved ones with their mortgage protection policy. You are thinking is

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Permanent Life Insurance For Baby Boomers

If you are a baby boomer and facing the fact that you currently don’t have life insurance, have term insurance that will be expiring or just feel you don’t have adequate insurance what are you to do? Obtaining life insurance as you get older can be more a bit more complicated than when you were

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Carnival of Money Stories

Summer is officially upon us and man is it hot!   After a long summer’s day, there’s nothing more peaceful than watching the sunset fade into distance.   After you watch the sunset, then be sure to check out these great Money Stories.  If you have time, be sure to check out last week’s articles hosted at Not The

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ETFs VS Mutual Funds-Choosing The Best Investment for Retirement

Mutual funds are a common option for diversifying portfolios. They offer low investment minimums and the option for professional management of funds. More than half of the households in the US own funds, making them one of the most popular options for investors. Mutual funds do have their limits and can be costly in overhead,

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About Gareth Neumann

Gareth Neumann is a retired Baby Boomer in his early sixties (no one’s allowed to know his actual age!). He still fondly remembers his first job as a store clerk at the tender age of 12, and it was non-stop work since then. Now he’s decided that he’s worked enough to last two lifetimes and finally retired in 2014. 

Gareth Neumann is a retired Baby Boomer in his early sixties (no one’s allowed to know his actual age!). He still fondly remembers his first job as a store clerk at the tender age of 12, and it was non-stop work since then. Now he’s decided that he’s worked enough to last two lifetimes and finally retired in 2014. 

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