Thursday, December 8, 2016 Kislev 8, 5777
You don't have to be a mohel to clip some savings online
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Diana Alexandra Aydin, JE Feature
As a Princeton University graduate student on a budget, John Schmitt became a coupon expert -- the person his friends would come to for discount tips. He was well-versed in the restrictions of coupons and knew the best places to find savings. Memorable coupons even included a Barnes & Noble discount offering $10 off a $10 purchase and a 50...
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Andrew Lasner
Now is a great time to buy a house. Prices are falling, and so are mortgage rates. Millions of houses are for sale, and sellers are getting anxious. Alternatively, you could say: This is a bad time to buy a house. Prices and rates might be lower in a few months. With more than 4 million houses on the market...
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Robinson Luggage's Main Line branch, at 519 W. Lancaster Ave., Haverford, will help raise funds for Alex's Lemonade Stand, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., on Oct. 3. A percentage of the day's luggage sales will be donated to the charity, named after the late "Alex" Scott, the local child whose efforts to help others like her, afflicted by cancer, resulted...
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Craig G. Langweiler, JE Feature
If you want your financial benefits to start off the New Year right, then you should start planning now. Here are a few suggestions that may save you both time and money in 5768: · Open an IRA. To help reach retirement goals or to complement your employer-sponsored 401(k) plan, you can put up to $4,000 in an IRA ($5,000...
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The Internal Revenue Service is reminding teachers and other educators to save all receipts and paperwork for out-of-pocket expenses incurred during the school year. Parents are reminded that tuition and fees may be deductible for qualified higher-education expenses. The Tax Relief and Health Care Act, enacted in December 2006, reinstated both deductions through the end of this year. As for...
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