Websites for first-time women investors & tracking your packages
Thursday, September 7th 2000, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
There's a free website tailored to first time women investors. It helps them create a financial road map, offering advice on investing, reducing debt, estate planning and more. The website will soon offer online bill paying, banking, and brokerage services. Just go to women's finance.com.
About 95% of packages that people send by companies such as U-P-S or Federal Express do arrive on time. But if your package is one of the 5% that doesn't get there when it should, you're due a refund for shipping charges. However, you must ask for it.
If your business has to ship packages each month, a company called on-time-auditor will track them for a fee. Just go to ontimeaudit.com
for more information.
If your car's warranty expires and you can't afford to extend it, you might want to check with your insurance agent. Companies such as Farmers Insurance offer mechanical breakdown insurance. Before you sign up, find out what the policy does and doesn't cover and what the deductable will be. Premiums vary depending on the age, make and model of the car.
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