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Our Experience Cutting the Cord and Eliminating Cable Television
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Last month, my family decided to eliminate our cable service. We had already disconnected it from our television for a trial run and learned that we could easily live without it. Given that, we just chopped that bill out of our life. Let’s get caught up on the full story of our use of cable […]

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New York moves to oust cable provider Spectrum – CNNMoney
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CNNMoney New York moves to oust cable provider SpectrumCNNMoneySpectrum truck Spectrum has 30 days to contest an order to leave New York, which was issued Friday by the state's public service commission. New York authorities have moved to oust Spectrum, the state's largest TV and internet service provider …New York Regulator Revokes Its Approval of […]

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Twenty-First Century Fox tops profit estimates as cable shines – Reuters
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Reuters Twenty-First Century Fox tops profit estimates as cable shinesReuters(Reuters) – Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox Inc trounced Wall Street estimates for quarterly profit and revenue on Wednesday, helped by increases in the fees it collects from cable and satellite distributors. FILE PHOTO: The 21st Century Fox …Murdochs Defend $3 Billion 'Thursday Night Football' Price […]

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Best Travel Credit Card for 2017
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Airline cards, hotel cards, travel rewards cards… frequent travelers have many options when choosing a new card. While some travel cards offer redemption options like gift cards, merchandise, etc., you’ll usually get the most favorable redemption rate when redeeming points for travel. Some travel cards also offer a higher rewards rate on travel-related purchases. The […]

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How to Watch March Madness Without Paying for Cable
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By Chris Brantner Whether you’re a casual or die-hard fan, the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament is one of the biggest events in all of sports — in fact, it takes in more advertising revenue than even the Super Bowl. They call it March Madness for a reason, since it brings some of the most exciting and […]

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How to Budget On a Low Income
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Have you figured out what your financial goals will be for this year? Whether you want to pay off debt, save more, start investing, or just stop living paycheck to paycheck, you’ll need to start by creating a realistic budget to help you reach your goals. Back when I was in college and didn’t earn […]

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#FollowFrugal: Where to Find Financial Wisdom and Inspiration on Social Media
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From budget travelers to coupon clippers, there are compelling personal finance writers in every conceivable niche, save for maybe the ultra-rich (though it would be funny to read a serious blog about how to find an affordable personal chef, or where to find the cheapest fuel to fill up your private jet). Nowadays, I like to follow […]

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We Haven’t Paid for TV in Years: Our Real-Life Experience Cutting Cable
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About five years ago, I’d had enough with Comcast. They had wronged me in some way, yet again, and it was the last straw. Around the same time, DirecTV sent us some enticing offer in the mail, so I signed up with them, and enjoyed roughly the same bunch of channels for much less money […]

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Three Tax Traps for Freelancers (and Three Perks, Too)
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There are many benefits to freelancing, but it’s sometimes hard to remember that when tax time rolls around. That’s because, unlike regular employees who pay taxes through deductions from their paychecks, freelancers are responsible for setting aside their own state, local, and federal taxes. They also have to pay self-employment tax to contribute to Social Security and […]

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Salary Negotiation: How to negotiate better than 99% of people
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Intro: The Power of Negotiation Video: “What to say during salary negotiations” Salary Negotiation Case Studies Six Negotiation Principles Framework Common Negotiation Myths My Favorite Negotiating Tool: The Briefcase Technique   In college, I had the opportunity to teach a “Student-Initiated Course,” or basically a course on whatever I wanted. So I got together with two of […]

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INTRODUCING THE NEW AND IMPROVED CABLE COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM
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You provided us with feedback and we listened. The Cable Communications program is back and new and improved! Don’t believe us? Read what company owners, who have serviced this program have to say: “What I liked best about servicing the cable communications program is that every call is a different experience, and I am able […]

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