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Financial Aid Tips for the Uninitiated

Published on April 30, 2014, by in Personal Finance.

If you’re the parent of a child in high school that is rapidly approaching college age, chances are that you’ve just been introduced to the “numbers game” that is financial aid. Colleges across the country issue their financial aid awards just after acceptance letters are sent out and, while the numbers might look rather impressive,

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Does Fracking cause Earthquakes?

Published on April 23, 2014, by in Personal Finance.

Instead of the usual financial blog today were going to get a little bit crazy with some breaking news about fracking, the relatively new approach to mining natural gas, and its possible link to earthquakes.  (When we’re done you may be wishing that we‘d given you a financial blog instead.) In Ohio, geologists have for

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Are you an Identity Theft Victim? Here’s how you’ll know

Published on April 19, 2014, by in Personal Finance.

A report from the US Justice Department shows that nearly 17 million people were the victims of identity theft last year. They estimate that the cost was nearly $24 billion in direct as well as indirect losses from the two most common types of theft, credit card theft, which equaled  40%, and bank account hacking

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