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The Internet has changed yet another part of our lives. Free and low cost Internet phone calls are slowly bringing an end to the traditional home phone line. This past week Google added another option for those that want to officially discontinue their home phone line. Simply open a free GMail account and make phone calls right from your computer. Calls to the United States and Canada are free and international calling rates start at just 2 cents per minute. If you are a techie, you already know about Skype .
Personal Finance 8 Tips for Protecting Your Finances Before You Move In With Someone by Business Insider Mar 28th 2013 10:00AM Sad fact: Many couples who move in together split up. Life coach Michele Callahan offers tips on choices you can make at the start that'll make move-out day much easier.
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When you boil it down, economies are based on bartering. The vast majority of the time, though, we “ barter ” currency for some particular good or service. Historically speaking, the majority of transactions throughout history have been what we would consider “traditional” bartering: trading one good or service for another. One of the added pluses of bartering is that, if done well, both parties feel they have gained something, not only in goods or services, but in a relational way.