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By Daily Mail Reporter UPDATED: 11:24 GMT, 24 September 2008 ONE in three people with a bank overdraft ends up paying an extra £100 a year in punitive charges, according to research. They are charged up to £25 four times a year because they exceed the agreed limit on their current account.
A new law means new loopholes, new outrages, more fine print, and bigger bucks—for the credit card companies. ©2010 Jupiterimages Corporation If you don’t already hate your credit card company, see how you feel in 20 minutes. Did you finally think you’d caught a break when the government tightened laws to protect consumers?
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You probably know that a great place to put your savings is in a high-interest savings account. Did you realize that the compounding power of interest boosts your saving power significantly?
By JEFF D. OPDYKE "Budget" might well be the dirtiest word in the financial language.
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If you're anything like me, you graduated from college and perhaps even took a finance class or accounting class here or there, but you didn't learn anything about managing your personal finances.
You're always hearing about off-season, post-peak times to save money on purchases and food, but it always arrives too late. We've compiled a timeline and lots of best-time-to-buy suggestions into one post to help you plan a more frugal 2010. UPDATE: This guide is a little outdated, so check out our new always up-to-date guide to the best times to buy anything for a more up-to-date version. We scoured the net for advice from financial sites, gadget bloggers, and other sources on the best times to buy particular items, ranging from little goods you can stock up on (aluminum foil) to big-time purchases you can easily overpay for in the wrong season (boats). We threw together all these tips, organized them by time frame, and, through the keen eye of one Jason Fitzpatrick, assembled a timeline of some of the major items to keep in mind throughout the year. Click on the image below for a larger version, and right-click it and save it to grab the 1200-pixel-wide version for safekeeping.
This is a guest post from FrugalTrader , who blogs about personal finance from a Canadian perspective at Million Dollar Journey .
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If you're like most people, you don't really know what's going on with the economy.
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