Best Buy Crazy Deal: $60 for 3 Luggages! (Deal Expired)

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Here is a crazy deal of the day: $60 for 3 19" Luggages! I don't know if Best Buy will actually fulfill the order or not but if they do, this is a crazy price! Regular price for a luggage set range anywhere from $60 to $120! For those who can't read the text in the picture: IT ...

KFC’s Highest Protein Per Dollar Item

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Next up on my list is a Protein Per Dollar for all of Colonel Sander's menu food items. KFC is slightly more complicated simply because there are 4 types of chicken that you can get: Keel, Rib, Drumstick, Wing, or Thigh. Thus, there is an element of "randomness" because you could luck out and have ...

Best Use of Marriott Points (Category 1 Hotels)

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What is the best bang for your buck of 7500 Marriott points? I have listed a few of most expensively priced hotels that your points can buy! Do note that many other hotels that I haven't listed do rival in prices! 3. TownePlace Suites Houston Northwest ($200 USD/night) Rate of Return on Points: 2.6% Average High: $199/night Average Low: ...

TD Waterhouse President’s Account Complete Guide

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So far, I only had a vague idea of what this exclusive account is. You had to have over $500,000 in invest-able assets or generate over $5,000 in commissions. I heard of rumors that you get cool benefits such as exclusive events. It is pretty much the Centurion Card of TD Waterhouse. Today, while I was ...

Walmart’s Cheapest Protein Per Dollar Grocery Products

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If you are looking to stock up on high protein foods on a budget, you've entered the right place! I've compiled a comprehensive list which evaluates large number of high protein foods at various grocery stores. Our first up is Walmart. 11. Great Value Skinless Boneless Chicken Breast - 18.6 grams per dollar Chicken is obviously a great ...

Financial Advice: Millionaire By Age 41 (Chatelaine)

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Prelude: I will be analyzing sample individuals and evaluate their finances as if they were a company. How do they stack up if their finances were publicly available? Would investors "buy" their shares? In this segment, I am re-evaluating the financial situation from chatelaine.com and comparing my results with their financial experts. chatelaine.com Millionaire By Age 41 Name: Gerry ...

Financial Advice: Age 26, Frugal, Renting, Aggressive Investor

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Prelude: I will be analyzing sample individuals and evaluate their finances as if they were a company. How do they stack up if their finances were publicly available? Would investors "buy" their shares? Name: Francis Collins Age: 26 Income: $46,000 Monthly After Tax Income: $3000 Monthly Expenses: $1475 Home: No, renting at $400 per month. Summary: Francis Collins is a young professional who has ...

Financial Advice: Age 27 Professional, Single, New Homeowner

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Prelude: I will be analyzing sample individuals and evaluate their finances as if they were a company. How do they stack up if their finances were publicly available? Would investors "buy" their shares? Name: Diana Nathan Age: 27 Income: $60,000 Monthly After Tax Income: $4000 Monthly Expenses: $2800 Home: Yes, $340,000 at 20% down Summary: Diana Nathan is a young professional who has been ...