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  • Unusual ways to make money
    7 unusual ways to make extra money
    Capital Region consumers are always looking to be money smart. And that includes how to make more money. Here are some unusual ideas for bringing in extra cash.Buy underpriced used books. Outfit a phone or PDA (personal data assistant) with a...
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    You 'can' make a killing by purchasing yard sale items
    Yes, you "can you make a killing" by reselling Yard Sale items on sites like eBay? Of course, not on every item, but on some.There are several reasons that people like to go to Yard Sales. One is to find things they need and/or want at...
  • This young fella is "Trap-Shooting"!
    Minnesota grants yet another million bucks to Trap-Shooting
    While most any outdoorsman would welcome this news, there are question that come up that the State of Minnesota needs to answer.According to the website “OutdoorNewsDaily.com”, the State of Minnesota has issued nearly one million...
  • Tax Time
    What's so funny about taxes?
    Most of us know that April 15th is tax day in the United States. But did you know that April is also National Humor Month? I point this out because tax time is often stress time for most people and it can be less taxing with humor.To help you...
  • Women on 20s
    Women on 20s campaign wants to get a new face on the $20 bill
    There's a movement taking hold that seeks to right an egregious wrong in American society. The campaign, Women On 20s, aims to replace the portrait of Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with a woman. Over the course of five weeks, between March 1...
  • U.S. economy added 129,000 jobs in March
    Wages rise in March as job growth slows and jobless rate holds
    Though still positive, job growth slowed considerably in March with the U.S. economy adding only a net 126,000 non-farm payroll jobs during the month, according the latest Employment Situation Summary released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics ...
  • Pizza
    Pizza shop owner rakes in $1M after homophobic comments
    After Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed an anti-gay bill into law last Thursday, Crystal O'Connor, owner of a small pizza shop called Memories Pizza announced that she plans to take advantage of the new law. O'Connor said, according to...
  • LPGA golf prize money up for grabs at 2015 ANA Inspiration major tournament
    LPGA golf prize money up for grabs at 2015 ANA Inspiration major tournament
    The 2015 ANA Inspiration (formerly the Kraft Nabisco Championship) is the first major on the LPGA Tour this season and it is being played from April 2-5, 2015, at the Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California (near Palm Springs)....
  • Hot photos of LPGA golfer and Kia Classic winner Cristie Kerr in 2015
    Hot photos of LPGA golfer and Kia Classic winner Cristie Kerr in 2015
    Cristie Kerr is one of the most successful women golfers in the history of the LPGA. After not winning a tournament for about two years, Cristie Kerr won the Kia Classic on March 29, 2015.Here is a quick bio and slideshow of hot photos of Cristie...
  • payday loans still going strong despite crackdown
    Payday loans under scrutiny but still viable for some
    Payday loans are being vilified in the news almost daily. A March 29 article in the Washington Postcalls payday loans "the very definition of robbing Peter to pay Paul. What is a payday loan you ask? A payday loan helps a borrower to get a...
  • Should college basketball players be paid for playing in 2015 NCAA Tournament?
    Should college basketball players be paid for playing in 2015 NCAA Tournament?
    What do college basketball players get for playing in the 2015 NCAA Tournament? One thing they do not get is money, but each team playing in the tournament this year will get money - at least $1.56 million for each game they play in through the...
  • Parents, Kids & Money Behavior Infographic
    T. Rowe Price: Parents let kids learn about money the hard way
    T. Rowe Price’s 2015 Parents, Kids & Money Survey revealed that parents are letting their kids, who are 8-14years old, learn about money the hard way, but may not be having the appropriate financial conversations to helpguide their...
  • Random acts of kindness make a difference
    Random acts of kindness make a difference
    Did you realize that it is more blessed to give then to receive? (Acts 20:35) Too often in churches today we here about how God is going to pour down all sorts of blessings upon us. People shout and cheer and say "yes Lord open the windows of...
  • How to find the best accommodation for your trip
    How to find the best accommodation for your trip
    Sometimes finding the right hotel, hostel, bed and breakfast, etc. can be tricky. The type of accommodation for one trip may not work for another trip. You can count on finding the best place to stay by using these few tips before you book every...
  • Are Chinese tourists destroying Palau?
    Are rich Chinese tourists destroying a tropical paradise?
    The island nation ofPalau is under siege from a foreign invader: Newly rich Chinese tourists. That's the opinion of the country's president,Tommy Remengesau, who is acting to cut the number of Chinese visitors by half next year, lowering...
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