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The best of the Web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

How I Saved $300 On My Cable Bill

Two telephone calls, $300 in savings on cable and internet services. See how it's done by reading this post on the Boomer & Echo blog.

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Car Questions

The Money Pincher blog is asking for reader input on a decision about what to do with her leased car - buy it out when the lease expires in January, or lease a new car.

Here are some suggestions on how to save on auto insurance. Our policy is coming up for renewal shortly and I will shortly be adding my 17-year-old son to our coverage. Yikes.





The U.S. Debt Challenge

In a two-part interview with a U.S. money manager, the Today's Economy blog looks at the debt challenge faced by the United States and the ramifications for investors in Canada. Here's part one and here's part two .









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