Full Version Quicken Checkbook 2012 Free Download

November 17th, 2012 b0ddu Posted in Finance, Life Hack No Comments »

Quicken Checkbook 2012 retailIntuit’s Personal Finance Software – Quicken Checkbook 2012 is available for free download using a special link. Hurry, might not last long. It costs $26.95 otherwise. It is designed to run on Windows XP SP2+, Vista, Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit)/Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit). This version does not automatically sync with your financial institution. It’s probably a better alternative to Mint.com having to saving all your finance data in the cloud.

Quicken Checkbook 2012 free product

Quicken Checkbook 2012 lets you easily organize your bank and credit card accounts, all in one place. Stay on top of your bills. See exactly where your money’s going. This version offers better budgeting and redesigned debt-cutting tools. See below video to understand the product better.

LendingClub – Join now and earn 50$ referral bonus NEW

January 4th, 2009 b0ddu Posted in Finance 1 Comment »

Lending Club is a p2p lending site that matches lenders with borrowers. Lending Club loans have fixed interest rates with average loan durations of three years. Borrowers have to go through a rigorous credit check and grading process before they can start receiving loan requests. Lending Club claims to have high credit standards and they turn away a lot of too-risky borrowers. Other p2p lending sites include Zopa, Prosper and Kiva.
LendingClub Rates

Lenders have some attractive interest rates. This is more secured as Borrowers will need a FICO score of at least 660 with a debt-to-income ratio (excluding mortgage) below 25%.

I have been using LendingClub since on year and have been getting 12% interest on the amount. I didn’t have any late payments till now.

LendingClub has finished their SEC filing and now all loans you take on can now be sold on a secondary market at FOLIOfn, so if you need your money back it is possible.

Free $50 Lender Bonus

As a new promotion with LendingClub, if you click through this specific link and sign up as a new lender, you can get a $50 bonus. There is no credit check and you don’t have to deposit anything. After you are approved, the $50 should show up in your account balance, and you can lend it out immediately however you like.

Updates on Lending Club Quiet Period

June 20th, 2008 b0ddu Posted in Finance No Comments »

For all those people who have deposited or borrowed money from LendingClub.com ( person-to-person lending ) and curious about what’s going on as it has suspended new lender registration, affiliate program on April 8th 2008; there is good news.

It has posted updates about the quiet period. Today, they have filed a registration statement with the SEC to issue up to $600,000,000 in Member Payment Dependent Notes that Lending Club will offer. So, once the registration process is completed, all the loans to borrower will be backed up by promissory notes issued to lenders. Till then, lenders will be able to access their accounts, monitor their portfolios, and withdraw available funds without changes.

Watch free Dvd movies rentals from RedBox, no download

June 15th, 2008 b0ddu Posted in Deals, Finance No Comments »

image Unlike Hollywood or Blockbuster which charge like 4-5$ for a movie rental, Redbox is a new service which lets DVD rentals for $1 DVD rentals, No late fees, return at over 8,000 locations. It’s legit and easy. They keep updating there new movie titles very frequently. You can view the here and can reserve them online.

Code Sharing makes free rentals possible

RedBox actually distributes codes weekly if you sign up for SMS or email messaging, here .  You get a free rental code each Monday which you can use for one night’s free rental.

All you need to do for free rentals is visit insideredbox and print out the latest list of codes before your trip to the local RedBox. Anyway, choose your movie, punch in a code (hit the Add Promo Code button), swipe your card and take home your free rental. As long as you return it before 9pm the following day, you never pay for that movie. I do believe they put a $1 hold on your card for each rental, but that is of course returned to you very quickly. Now, enjoy watching free movies.