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Current Savings and Checking Rates

by Luke Landes

The table containing the latest checking and savings account rates has moved. Please update your links.

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More From Around The Web

by Luke Landes

This is a weblog, so here is another log of some items from the web: If SAHMs (stay-at-home moms) received a salary for their work, they’d earn $131,471 according to Salary.com. That figure was determined by using average salaries for the jobs that SAHMs do, such as cook, day care, and CEO, including overtime. For ... Continue reading this article…

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Today’s Interesting Items

by Luke Landes

The Federal Reserve Bank raised rates to 3.0 percent. Will ING Direct, Emigrant Direct, and other high-yield internet savings banks follow? Seven rules for negotiation. Here is some good advice for negotiating anything, such as raises, car prices, and hostages. I wish I had read this when I first accepted my current position at this company. ... Continue reading this article…

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Car Insurance Depression

by Luke Landes

Last night, I wrote another check for my car insurance premium. So far this year, I’ve paid about $1,650 for car insurance to New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company. Over the last several years, I haven’t been able to choose my insurer because with many points on my license, I’m considered “high risk.” The good news ... Continue reading this article…

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Income and Expenses, April 2005

by Luke Landes

This entry goes hand-in-hand with my April account balances. Three paychecks came my way this month, in addition to some money for a job I did for a friend and my first Google Adsense check. Continue reading this entry to see the chart.

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Account Balances – April, 2005

by Luke Landes

There was nothing surprising during April. I did make some changes to my accounting methods. For instance, I have new accounts in Quicken for money that is due to me, such as Google AdSense and Upromise. Speaking of AdSense, I received my first check this month. I never meant for this website to make money, ... Continue reading this article…

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Two Stories On The Web

by Luke Landes

Tracy Harger, a recovering mutual fund addict, tells her story of how she became a junkie and how show finally broke her habit. Moral: just like other vices, everything can be acceptable in moderation. Amy Chan Hilton and Edgar Hilton have or are finishing their doctorates in engineering and currently have a combined income of ... Continue reading this article…

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More Changes

by Luke Landes

As I’m getting ready to post my financial reports for April, I’m making some changes to my accounting methods. I would like to get this information out in the open in case anyone has any questions or suggestions ahead of time. This would allow me to make changes if necessary, but I think everything’s going ... Continue reading this article…

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Like Beating A Dead President

by Luke Landes

Unaffected by the failure of the Susan B. Anthony dollar coin to come the “dollar of the future” as expected in the 1970s and by the failure of the Sacagawea dollar coin to be used for anything at all in the last six years, Congress is taking another stab — this time, at dead presidents. ... Continue reading this article…

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Car Prices Going Up?

by Luke Landes

While doing research for an article for Business Week, Amey Stone has come to the conclusion that car prices are on the way up. Incentives are running out, and makers can’t squeeze any more savings out of their operational processes. She makes an interesting point in an entry on her weblog, Well Spent: … 10 ... Continue reading this article…

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