Roundup: Identity Theft, March Madness and Gas Prices

Posted by Madison on March 15, 2008

In the News

The IRS spent $42 Million Just to Mail Out Tax Rebate Reminder Letter. $42 million to announce something most of us already know from watching the news? There’s also new money on the horizon. Check out the New Five Dollar Bill or the New 100 Dollar Bill.

Identity Theft

A reader, Cindy, recently asked me in Find the Right Credit Card how to avoid identity theft. Here’s some tips to Reduce The Risk of Identity Theft.

March Madness

The March Madness competition at Free Money Finance continues. In Round 2 my article Financial Strategies for Infants and Young Children is facing off against My best financial move this year: The Infrequent Bills Account. Head on over to vote now!

Gas prices

Gas Prices are Still Relatively Cheap when comparing a gallon of gas to a gallon of milk, water, and beer. Although according to How The Cost Of Living Has Increased In The Last Two Years, “The price of gasoline has increased 26.9% from January 2007 to January 2008.” Try telling that to Lynnae who is feeling the crunch: “In my town gas prices have topped $3.50 a gallon” in You Tell Me: Dealing With High Prices. We invest in Exxon so I have mixed feelings about the gas prices.

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Comments to Roundup: Identity Theft, March Madness and Gas Prices

  1. Hey thanks for the link, Madison, and BIG THANKS for running those numbers for me! It really helped on the money part of the decision, but I still have to make up my mind on the non-money areas.

    Debt Free Revolution

  2. Thanks for the mention. 🙂

    Patrick

  3. Thanks for the mention!
    I always tell people that complain about high gas prices that they should invest in oil companies. That way they can enjoy some of the profits!

    Ron@TheWisdomJournal

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