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This Week in the Archives: Verizon FiOS, Classes for Teens, and Auto Maintenance

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I didn’t get a chance to do this while on vacation, so I’m catching up now. This is just a retrospective, looking back at some posts from the past you may have missed. Today, we’re focusing on articles posted April 1-7, starting with 2006:

* Apr. 2: Tuition Reimbursement: Save, Spend or Repay? (3 comments)
* Apr. 3: How Liz Pulliam Weston Became a Millionaire (4 comments)
* Apr. 3: Taking a “Sick Day” (6 comments)
* Apr. 4: Google Real Estate Listings (7 comments)
* Apr. 5: Verizon FiOS Driving Down Comcast Prices (14 comments)
* Apr. 6: Personal Finance Classes Do More Harm Than Good for Teens (7 comments)
* Apr. 6: Changed My 401(k) Allocation (4 comments)
* Apr. 7: Seven Tips When Starting a New Job (5 comments)

From April 1-7, 2005:

* Apr. 1: Paying for Convenience (2 comments)
* Apr. 4: Regularly Scheduled Auto Maintenance (10 comments)

In April 2004, I was not blogging on Consumerism Commentary to focus on some other aspects of my life. How silly of me.

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Luke Landes, also known as Flexo, is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about him and follow Luke Landes on Twitter. View all articles by .

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