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The Best of March 2008

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Bank Deal: Earn 1.00% APY on an FDIC-insured savings account at Barclays.

March was another great month at FiveCentNickel, thanks in large part to contributions from readers such as your self. I just wanted to take a moment to thank those of you who stop by and comment. If you like what you see here, keep in mind that you can have the full-text of everything that I write delivered to you via RSS or e-mail (details).

Here are my favorite posts from the month of March:

» The Value of Doing Your Own Taxes
» Thoughts From the Cayman Islands: Bank, Banks, Banks
» Middle-Class Millionaires?
» Past Performance Does Not Predict Future Returns
» Uncommon Charitable Tax Deductions
» The High Cost of Instant Gratification
» Seven Deadly Sins That Lead to Debt
» Save Money by Fixing Things Yourself
» The Lazy Cheapskates Guide to Saving the Planet
» Reconsidering Our Asset Allocation
» Ten Tips for Avoiding an Income Tax Audit
» Middle-Class Millionaires: Your Questions Answered
» How to Manage Your Asset Allocation With Multiple Accounts
» Investment Insights: Staying the Course
» Dealing With the (Possible) Theft of Your Personal Data

And here’s what was going on over at Credit Addict.

» How to Place a Fraud Alert on Your Credit Record
» What Do Credit Card Numbers Mean?
» Can Merchants Require a Minimum Purchase for Credit Card Transactions?
» Can Merchants Require an ID for Credit Card Transactions?
» How to Improve Your Credit Score
» What is a Secured Credit Card?
» Beware of Falling Credit Limits
» Warren Buffetts Credit Score

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Published on April 4th, 2008 - Leave a Comment
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