Here’s a quick look at some articles that caught my eye over the past week.
Jim thinks college students should start thinking about contributing to a Roth IRA, and I agree. He also managed to scare up another free $100 for opening a Citi credit card. And you can get a 0% balance transfer on top of it (if you’re into that sort of thing — to be honest, I’m not).
FMF wants to know why companies don’t listen to customer service feedback, and he wants to know which companies you think are especially good or bad when it comes to customer service. He also has a list of good reasons to use credit cards, including rewards, purchase protection, and reduced liability if someone picks your pocket.
JLP has details on a straegy for circumventing Roth IRA contribution limits with future conversions.
MBH decided to fight the power and tattle on a merchant that refused to do a low dollar credit card transaction.
Home Insurance Guide has a list of 12 ways to lower your homeowners insurance.
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