Archives for January 2012

Ready Debit Card Review

I‘ve reviewed a lot of prepaid cards here on the Dough Roller. I’ve done that for two main reasons: (1) prepaid cards are a growing market as people look for alternatives to traditional banks and credit cards, and (2) there is still a lot of confusion concerning how these cards work, particularly when it comes […]

Published or Updated: April 9, 2015

5 Tools To Keep Your New Year’s Resolution In Check

A New Year’s resolution is, in the words of Mary Poppins, like a pie crust promise–easily made, easily broken. But that doesn’t stop us from making promises of positive change every year. Whether it’s a big change or just a few tweaks, New Year’s resolutions are a dime a dozen. In fact, almost 50% of […]

Published or Updated: January 3, 2012

Electronic U.S. Savings Bonds–Say Goodbye to Paper

As of today, U.S. savings bonds have gone digital. Paper savings bonds are history. I’m get a bit nostalgic when it comes to paper bonds. There’s just something comforting in holding physical evidence of your investment. And the designs of paper bonds over the years have been quite impressive. So before we get to how […]

Published or Updated: January 1, 2012

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