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Posts from ‘February, 2008’

Survey Income Analysis: November to Present

I’ve long been a proponent of surveys as a means for the average person with a little spare time to make money at a leisurely pace when they see fit. Survey income offers extra spending money, and since you can do (or not do) the surveys whenever you feel like it, you really can’t beat […]

ING Sells me My Birthday

I was pleasantly surprised when I first opened my e-mail yesterday to find a note from my friends at ING. “HAPPY BIRTHDAY!” It said, with a note talking about a gift. A gift for me? Wow! I figured maybe they’d throw a dollar into my account or something. Heck, I was happy just for the […]

Additional Security

NOTE: This is a sponsored posts. I”ve always been intrigued by articles at CNN and Yahoo! Finance talking about the additional need for security as your assets (and/or luxuries) grow. Usually I just think an alarm system, but many take steps well beyond that to protect their homes. One such company, Access Control, provides additional […]

Absorbing Unexpected Expenses

I always like to think that I’m on top of things financially. I track what goes in and what goes out, and invest quite a large percentage of my income away. In terms of emergency expenses, there are a number of scenarios that I oftentimes run through my head when checking the balance on my […]

The Ebb and Flow of Productivity

As a disclaimer, I’m not sure if everyone operates this way, but I’d like to share some of my personal experiences in regards to productivity. I’ve given a lot of thought to the matter of being productive as possible, and read quite a number of publications and books on the subject. On one hand I […]