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Using the Internet to Improve Your Bottom Line

If you want to get out of debt and quit living paycheck to paycheck, you have several solutions: spend less money, make more money, or better manage the money you already have. One way to put these solutions into action is by going online. Here are some basic ways you can use the Internet to improve your financial situation.
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Quiz: Diagnose Your Debt IQ
True or False: If you don't owe taxes, you won't be penalized for filing your federal income tax return after April 15.
Quick Tip - Internet Auction Gifts
Search Internet auction sites such as eBay throughout the year and look for bargain items that you can bid on to use as gifts. You may not win every auction, but you can start a gift closet with the ones that you do. This way when gift occasions arise, you won't be tempted to run to the mall and pay full price for a last minute gift. The point of this Pointer: Plan ahead for gifts throughout the year and search for bargain gifts at Internet auctions.
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Blog - Straight Talk On Debt
Rob Taylor This month, Rob looks at the "Top 10" ways to be successful on a Debt Management Plan.
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Share the Wealth Share the Wealth
For most people, the Internet has become a normal part of life. In fact many people have found ways to use the Internet to improve their financial situation. How have you used the Internet to make money or save money?

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Financial Literacy Month April is Financial Literacy Month
The U.S. Congress designates April each year as National Financial Literacy Month and holds a special day on Capitol Hill to raise awareness of the need for financial education.

You can improve your financial literacy by taking advantage of the tools and tips found on the CareOne website.
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I would like to see a monthly balance on my program. Why can't you post the progress on our account page? It would truly help and give me peace of mind that I am actually getting somewhere.
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Stay on Track with CareOne Online Resources
Ongoing Support Ongoing Support is the place where you'll find valuable tools, tips, expert advice and much more on debt and money management issues. Bookmark this page!   Debt Management 101 Debt Guide 101 is full of free and useful information about debt management.
Debt Management Discussions Debt Management discussions is where you'll meet others like you sharing their insights and experiences.   Tip Jar Tip Jar offers you the best tried and tested tips to help you save every day.
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