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Wanna Taste a Beer Made With Real Gold? Well, You Can’t
If you’re some ruler of a random nation that nobody can pronounce correctly, you’re probably looking for some high-end alcoholic beverage that’s a little bit more classy than a bottle of Pinot Grigio you picked up from the deli down the street. Well, i…
What Would You Do To Become a Millionaire?
Would you be willing to euthanize your pet, burn the American flag or amputate a limb to earn a million bucks? You'll surprised to hear what people claim they would do for money. An online poll of more than 1,900 people reveals many would make startling sacrifices for a life of wealth and ri…
“Rich” Means Having LOTS of Money, Right?
Marks Paneth and Shron New York City accounting firm partner Alan Dlugash has clients whose paycheck is earned handling investments. "These people never dreamed they'd be making $500,000 a year," he said, "and dreamed even less that they'd be broke...
Valentine’s Day Spending Expected to Soar This Year
Americans shelled out more for holiday presents last year, and it looks like that trend will carry over to Valentine’s Day — analysts expect spending on gifts like flowers, candy, cards and jewelry to rise eight percent compared to numbers seen in 2011.
Just How High Will Gas Prices Go in 2012? – Dollars and Sense
Remember the summer of 2008 when the highest gas prices on record occurred and the price for a gallon of fuel hit $4.11?
Hate to break this to yah, but a warm winter and tensions in the Middle East have some analysts predicting current prices will top $4 by this spring — and could even climb as…
Shreveport/Bossier #2 In U.S. Housing Booms In 2011
Finally Shreveport/Bossier near the top on a "Good" list.  According to TheStreet.com Shreveport/Bossier is #2 in the nation in housing booms for 2011.  In fact, the median price gain for the year came in at a whopping 7.01% increase!
Valentine’s Day Spending Expected to Soar This Year
Americans shelled out more for holiday presents last year, and it looks like that trend will carry over to Valentine’s Day — analysts expect spending on gifts like flowers, candy, cards and jewelry to rise eight percent compared to numbers seen in 2011.

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