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Dangerous Information Dangerous Information
by Gary Foreman
Dear Dollar Stretcher, Someone told me you weren't supposed to put your social security number on your checks. Also you shouldn't have your number on your driver's license since that number is used for a lot of private things. Can you give me some input on this subject?
 
DebtSmart Email Newsletter: 3/13/02
by DebtSmart Email Newsletter
In This Issue; Cool Stats Letter from the Publisher; Car Debt or Credit Debt First Handling Frustrations; Household Math™ Dangerous Information New Low-Rate Card Save Up To $1000 In Grocery Coupons Battle With Chevy Chase Bank; DebtSmart Resources; Subscribe/Disclaimer Information
 
Household Math™: Coupons and Sandwiches Household Math™: Coupons and Sandwiches
by Scott Bilker
Here's something us guys at DebtSmart were discussing last week. We're always ordering from this Sub Shop down the street and, being the thrifty folks we are, we decided to figure out the most money-saving way to get lunch. An excellent example of math that can be applied to everyday situations.
 
Write your financial profile Write your financial profile
by Doris Dobkins
It's fun to read financial profiles. Humans, by nature are curious about how much other people make and how they live with what they make. Profiles can communicate someone's salary, how many children they have, how much they save, how big their mortgage payments are and what else they spend their money on.
 
Don't Let Other People's Walls Fence You In Don't Let Other People's Walls Fence You In
by Jim Donovan
How's it going? I asked the clerk in the new bookstore. "Well you know," she replied "it takes a long time to build a business." I caught myself just before I muttered in agreement and instead said, "Does it?"
 
Survey Results: Chase Bank Tries to Pull a Fast One
by Scott Bilker
Last email newsletter I recounted my experience of handling Chase Bank when they attempted to deceive me. Many DebtSmart readers voiced their opinion about the article and the Chase letter. You'll certainly want to hear from those who agree and disagree, plus add your comments to my article or comment about other people's responses!
 
Band Instruments Band Instruments
by Gary Foreman
I just read your article about the rent to own question. Your examples are easy ones. What about the difficult ones - namely school band instruments? I read somewhere that the rule of thumb is if they are going to play the instrument for more than 2 years it's cheaper to buy. If they play it for less than 2 years it's cheaper to rent... --Mary
 
DebtSmart Email Newsletter: 2/27/02
by DebtSmart Email Newsletter
In This Issue; Cool Stats Letter from the Publisher; Your Responses to "Chase Bank Tries To Pull a Fast One" Write Your Financial Profile; Household Math™ Band Instruments Immediate Access To Your Credit Score New Low-Rate Card Budgeting 101 Don't Let Other People's Walls Fence You In; DebtSmart Resources; Subscribe/Disclaimer Information
 
How to get your children How to get your children "brand free"
by Gregory Thomas
How often have you heard: "I want Lunchables because EVERYONE eats them at lunch!" "Come on mom, these cool pants only cost $80." "Dad, everyone has a Playstation II, I need one too!" "I need 2 sodas and 2 bags of chips everyday!" Certainly, we as parents want to make our children happy and not deprive them of a delightful childhood, but who's to say that you must give in to every one of your child's requests.
 
Chase Bank Tries to Pull a Fast One (Conversation 2) Chase Bank Tries to Pull a Fast One (Conversation 2)
by Scott Bilker
Part 2: Supervisor argues about the fee. Rep: "Mr. Bilker thank you for holding the account supervisor Ms. Lett is on the line. You may go ahead." Scott: "Thank you Ms. Beers."
 
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