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Friday, April 21st, 2006

With the cost of gasoline rising to over $3.00 per gallon, Americans need to save money where possible. But is there really such a thing as free money? I will not insult your intelligence, no, nothing is absolutely free. However, there is “free money� available BUT the catch is it does take your time and some internet forms or paperwork to receive it. If you are willing to put in a few minutes you can have some money in hand!

1 – Money for College


Friday, April 21st, 2006

Unclaimed money in the United States is at an all time high, $25 Billion, and unclaimed tax refunds make up a large portion of that number. Approximately $2 Billion in unclaimed tax refunds is owed to 1,714,500 Americans who did not file for their return in 2002.

People owed refunds on their 2002 taxes have until April 17, 2006 to file for that tax year and claim their refund. If they do not file the $2 Billion will be forfeited to the government.

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