Monthly Archives: January 2008

Reducing Junk Mail

Any time you give your address to a business, whether you enter a contest, complete a warranty card or ask for information, it can wind up on mailing lists. If you want to reduce the amount of junk mail you … Continue reading

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Procrastination and Perfectionism

I am finding that people are deferring decisions because they are looking for the perfect solution. Whether it is getting an area organized or starting a work project, they aren’t meeting their objectives because they can’t find just the right … Continue reading

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Put the Freeze on Identity Theft

If you are a victim of identity theft, you can put a fraud alert on your credit reports, which requires companies to call you to verify your identity when someone tries to get a credit card or loan in your … Continue reading

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Income Tax Refund

While you’re thinking about the paperwork you need to do to get ready to submit your income taxes, consider the following: The IRS says 115,478 taxpayers are due refund checks worth a total of about $110 million; the checks were … Continue reading

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