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A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the web. This week: Car repairs to watch out for, odd uses for olive oil, ways the web can help your wedding, Bank of America's image problem, and home repair that's easy to do.

1. Top 5 overcharged repair jobs

[DriverSide] This website for car owners gives a quick and easy list of the repairs to be skeptical about when the mechanic starts insisting you need them.

2. 7 amazing olive oil benefits and uses for hair, skin, face, and more

[Money Crashers] It’s not just for cooking and salads any longer. From diaper rash to furniture polish, here are the weird recipes.

3. 6 ways to slash your wedding budget with social media and online tools

[Mint] From wedding pictures to wedding planners, the Internet offers cost-efficient options where there once were none.

4. Watch out for Bank of America’s ‘check image service fee’

[The Consumerist] Attention BoA customers who pride themselves on never paying a fee for their checking account: You may have an image problem.

5. 5 household fixes you should stop paying others for

[Wise Bread] Even if you’re all thumbs, there are some home repairs that you can still pull off by hardly lifting a finger.

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