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This Week's Episode of On Your Money
August 12th, 2014

On this week’s show Joy and I discussed studies showing that the cool kids don’t always stay that way, how to buy another home without selling your current one, closed-end bond funds, and shopping for laptops.

The website we mentioned was an old favorite, Woot.

That's all for now. Send your questions or comments to onyourmoney@wpr.org, or contact me directly at kevin@onyourmoney.com. Until next time . . .

Spend less, have more!

Kevin McKinley

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ATM fees

     When you’re making a withdrawal from an automated teller machine, chances are you don’t think twice when you’re prompted to “accept” or “decline” the couple of bucks in fees that are usually charged to complete the transaction.

     But those little fees can be a big percentage of your withdrawal, and add up to serious money over a short period of time.

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