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Peter Anderson
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Attended University of Minnesota Duluth
Lives in Savage, MN
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You Need A Budget recently announced that they are making YNAB free for college students. Here's a step by step of how you can get the software for free.
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FeeX calls themselves the "Robin Hood of Fees", and their goal is to help people avoid the "tyrrany of unfair fees" in their investments. Here's a review.
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FeeX Review: Are Fees Killing Your Investment Returns?

FeeX calls themselves the "Robin Hood of Fees", and their goal is to help people avoid the "tyrrany of unfair fees" in their investments. Here's a review.

http://www.biblemoneymatters.com/feex-review/

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FeeX calls themselves the "Robin Hood of Fees", and their goal is to help people avoid the "tyrrany of unfair fees" in their investments. Here's a review.
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Personal Capital gives you one convenient and secure place where you can manage your entire financial life, including your investments. Here's an in-depth review.
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Shakopee, MN - Minneapolis, MN - Duluth, MN
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The short version: I'm a Christian, husband, and blogger of personal finance at http://www.biblemoneymatters.com

Slightly longer version:  Peter Anderson is a Christian, husband to his beautiful wife Maria, and father to his little boy, Carter. He loves reading and writing about personal finance, is an amateur photographer and also enjoys a good board game every now and again. You can find out more about him on the about page. Also check out his social profiles at Twitter and Facebook as well as his sites on Google Plus: +Bible Money Matters - +Smart On Money - +Quick To Fit
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Proud father to Carter John!
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  • University of Minnesota Duluth
    1994 - 1996
  • University of Minnesota
    1996 - 1998
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Knob Hill Homes built our custom home in 2013. They were always responsive as they walked us through the home building process. When the home was finished we were thrilled with the final result. Would highly recommend.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
My wife and I took the permit to carry class with Craig at Tactical Training Solutions as we were looking to get our permit to carry. The class was full of great information, but was presented in such a way that the class was extremely interesting as well. If you ever had questions you needed answered Craig was happy to answer them. He was more about making sure people were informed, and less about keeping to a strict schedule in class, which I appreciated. He obviously knows his stuff, and I wouldn't hesitate to send anyone else there to get firearms training. Highly recommended.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
We live in the neighborhood and go to Ruby's on a regular basis. The food is always good, and the service is decent, although not great. Would recommend.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We went into the dealership looking for a certain car. We had talked to Brad Deml originally (who later told us several times he was the owner), and looked for him when we got there. Apparently he was helping another customer when we got there so we had to wait for twenty minutes to a 1/2 hour or so. No one else was available to help us. When we finally met Brad he took us out to the car we were looking at, and showed us the vehicle. So far so good. We liked the car and it looked clean so we asked to do a test drive. Before he would allow us to test drive Brad started getting very pushy, explaining that they have a one price store, and that he wouldn't allow us to test drive unless we were "happy with the vehicle's price, and would agree not to haggle with him about price after the test drive. I kind of laughed it off, but he was insistent that we had to agree on the price, being very pushy. I told him we were serious about buying the car otherwise we wouldn't have driven 50 minutes to get there. He finally agreed to let us test drive. When we asked to test drive alone he wouldn't allow us to saying that they have a policy about not allowing solo test drives (only dealership we went to that had such a policy, he said it was for liability purposes), so he rode along with us. On the test drive Brad was talking the entire time so we couldn't hear the vehicle's engine noise, or really evaluate the car. Still, we thought the vehicle would be a good fit. As we were pulling back into the dealership my wife asked if it would be ok to get the vehicle inspected, indicating that we were very interested in the vehicle. This is where things started to go bad. Brad took exception to us wanting to get the car inspected. He started acting offended and saying how dare we question him, and his integrity, that he wouldn't have bought this car unless it was in tip top shape. We explained it wasn't that we didn't trust him, but when we're spending that much money we want to make sure there are NO problems, not just rely on his word. He then said that the dealership had a policy of never letting the car off the lot, even for a pre-sale inspection. He said we could bring out own mechanic to the dealership, but that we couldn't take the car to the local service station, even if he came with us. He then belittled us for even wanting to do an inspection, acting like we were stupid for wanting to get a car with less than 50,000 miles inspected. He then proceeded to go off on a rant in the parked car about how he sells 300 cars a year, how they've been there for 20+ years, and how he has never in his entire life had someone ask to inspect a used car with that few miles sold at his store. He went on and on, and we disagreed with him on a few points about how we were spending so much money and wanted to make sure, he just couldn't see the logic. We got out of the car and he continued talking, saying the same thing over and over about how he was offended and he had never heard such a thing and how we'd be wasting our money with an inspection. He went on about how he was the owner, and how they were a top tier Ford dealer, and how he sold 300 cars a year (again!) Finally he started talking about how maybe this wasn't going to work out, and how maybe we shouldn't work together. I think this was the first time I actually agreed with him. My blood was starting to boil, and I don't usually frazzle very easily. At this point I started walking away and told him we needed to talk about it. While we wanted the car at this dealership, and it fit our needs perfectly, this dealer was rude, arrogant, and talked himself out of a sale. He was the perfect anti-thesis of someone who values good customer service. And since he's the owner I would assume that this typifies the dealership. I would highly recommend avoiding this store if you value good customer service and someone who isn't going to talk down to you and try to make you feel stupid.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Very busy in the morning and service is ok to middlin.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
One of our favorite restaurants. Great food and super friendly staff. Fast service!
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
i rear ended another car and totally crunched my hood and bumper. Bob was able to replace the hood with a new one, paint it, and repair the bumper for $750. Other places were quoting upwards of $1500. Nice guy, great price, good repair.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago