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Free Things to Do - Free Tips on Saving Money at WomansDay

Free Things to Do - Free Tips on Saving Money at WomansDay
As much as I love the word, I have to admit it makes me suspicious. Just this week I won a “free” vacation, but the fine print says I need to send in a cashier's check to claim my prize. Sadly, “free” is usually a sneaky way to clean out my wallet. But every now and then an exception comes along that's truly free-no strings attached, no hidden agendas. Here are my favorites, and all you really need is an Internet connection to go online. Business cardsVistaPrint is an online printing company known for its amazing offer of 250 free business cards. Why's it free? Expert computer helpIf you've ever had a computer problem and wanted to pull out your hair in frustration, this is for you. Why's it free? Spanish lessonsWant to learn the basics of practical spoken Spanish? Why's it free? Business classesLearn everything from how to write a business plan to how to finance your venture through the Small Business Administration's website (sba.gov). Why's it free? Why's it free? Why's it free?

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