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A new survey says that while we sometimes eat, drink and text while we're driving, at least we're not lying to our auto insurers about it.
If you're not using the Internet to save money these days, you're wasting dollars -- possibly thousands of them.
Most people spend more time trying to save a buck or two on groceries than they do shopping for insurance, a simple task that could save them hundreds -- even thousands.
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Health care credit cards put a pretty face on the price of plastic surgery and other elective medical procedures, but they come with risks, and they aren't your only option.
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