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Topics: Financial News


What is the Range of Credit Scores?

When I went to law school, the grading scale was bizarre. Unlike the normal 0 to 100 range, where say 90 to 100 was an A, the highest mark you could get was a 92. An ‘A’ ranged from an 86 to 92. A ‘B’ was an 80 to an 85. And this reminds me […]


Should You Loan Money To Family and Friends?

Let’s pretend were in a down economy. (Hard to imagine, I know) Now, assume that you are fortunate, despite that poor economy, to still have a secure, well-paying job. And, since you’re a frequent reader of Dough Roller, you know how to stretch your dollars as far as the eye can see. You also have […]


And the Best Frequent Flyer Program Is . . .

Imagine you’ve worked hard to build up miles on your favorite frequent flyer program. And now you’re ready to cash in the miles for a family vacation. You call the airlines to book your rewards travel, and they don’t have any seats available. So you try a different date. Same result. So you try a […]


ING Direct Launches MONEY Debit Card for Teens and Parents

One of the online banks that always seem to change (for the better) with the times is ING Direct. Year in and year out, customers rave about the functionality and customer service they receive from ING Direct and their Online Savings, Electric Orange Checking and Orange CD accounts continue to offer competitive interest rates. Update: […]


Best Web Hosting for Blogs and Small Businesses

Web hosting service can make or break a blog or small business. I didn’t fully appreciate this when I started the Dough Roller more than four years ago. Since then, however, having built many websites and used several different web hosting services, it’s clear that picking the right web hosting for a site is critical. […]