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24 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

How I Helped A Friend Move His Science Lab, And What I learned From The Experience

When I was studying neuroscience in college, I needed some extra cash to help pay for luxury items such as clothing, books and the occasional restaurant meal. My friend and fellow researcher Max was two years ahead of me, and one day he approached me with a job offer: His science lab needed to be […]

24 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

My Opinion of Windows 8 – An Honest Review

Back in October 2012, I was excited to get my hands on the most detailed update to the Windows operating system since Windows 95. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a fan of Windows and have gotten used to the ins and outs of the system and can navigate my entire computer better than I can […]

20 May 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Ten Misconceptions About Personal Injury Law

Despite the aid of personal injury law to help protect consumers across the nation and around the world, many lawyers practicing this type of law are associated with negative stereotypes and frivolous suits and those just looking for an easy payday. But while there are misconceptions regarding personal injury law, dispelling them can be as […]

09 May 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Could The “Pay-as-You-Drive Model” be The Next Big Thing on The Road?

Over the past several years, several car insurance companies have started offering a pay-as-you-drive or a PAYD car insurance plan to drivers who want to save money on their car insurance. With the pay-as-you-drive model, drivers must agree to allow their car insurance company to monitor their mileage and driving habits with the hope of […]

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19 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

The Top 5 Return Policies In Corporate America

Many people love to shop except when they buy something they have to return. Oftentimes, stores have varying return policies and it is difficult to keep up. Some want you to have a receipt, others don’t require one. Some have a time limit on when you can return a product, others are indefinite. Sometimes the […]

07 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Protect Yourself from Identity Theft With These 10 Tips

Identity theft has become a growing concern now that the web has made personal information more accessible than ever. Those who are worried about identity theft need to take action to secure their data and avoid risky behavior. 1. Shred Physical Documents One of the ways that identity thieves get documents is by going through […]

20 December 2012 ~ 0 Comments

5 Reasons Why It’s Never Too Late To Start Investing

Many people falsely believe that it is too late for then to start investing. More people today are investing later in life because economic problems make it difficult if not impossible to save up money while younger. There are may investment options available for those who are investing late and prospective investors should not be […]


20 August 2012 ~ 0 Comments

10 Tips To Start Repairing Your Bad Credit

The Great Recession decimated the credit ratings of so many Americans and years after that event there are still scores of bad credit ratings out there. Repairing those credit ratings isn’t impossible, however, and anyone who might be interested in starting the road to credit recovery should consider the following tips to guide that process. […]