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Mark Ross Canaoay

Hello! My name is Mark and I'm the one responsible for this website. I'm just a person with enough knowledge about finance-related stuffs. You can know more about me by liking my Facebook Page, following me on Twitter or by adding me in one of your circles on Google+.

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Money-Saving Tips when Shopping Around for Car Insurance

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

All drivers must carry a minimum level of car insurance, but after this it can get a bit confusing. The level of coverage you need will depend on how often you use your car, what type of car you drive, and other lifestyle factors. Once you have determined the level and type of coverage you […]

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3 Golden Rules for Buying a Used Car

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

Before shopping for a used car, line up your financing options so you don’t get ripped off by paying exorbitant interest on an auto loan. You may not realize that banks are not your only option either because credit card companies such as Discover also make auto loans. Additionally, car insurance companies like State Farm […]

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CPP Claims

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

Mis-selling is back at the top of the finance news again and this time because of more refunds being issued. Rather than it being a development of the PPI issue though, this time it is regarding customers who were mis-sold identity and card theft policies through CPP. CPP  – also known as Card Protection Policy […]

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10 Things you Can Get from a Credit Card

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

It’s no secret that credit cards have their advantages. Not only can a credit card transform the way in which you handle your finances, but it can offer you a whole host of additional benefits of which you might not yet be aware. Here, we look at ten things a credit card can do for […]

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Tuition, Educational Expenses, and Student Loans

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

Students paying their way through college and parents footing the bill for a child’s tuition should definitely pay attention to the IRS tax code when preparing their tax returns. As it turns out, there are some surprisingly easy ways to qualify for sizable tax deductions related to education expenses. One of the biggies is called […]

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Best Savings Rates for 2014

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

Spring has sprung, tax time is upon us, and it is a great season to rework last year’s financial strategies and recharge a savings plan. The problem that has been vexing savers for nearly a decade, though, is that interest rates on savings instruments are so low that it can be a huge challenge to […]

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