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Archives for 2016
3 Fun Food Presents For The Person Who Has Everything
What do you give to the person who has everything? One idea is to give a food box delivery gift of produce, meat or other foods. Here are a few favorites.
A Great Guide To A More Joyful, Less Debtful Christmas
If you’re looking to celebrate Christmas with more joy and less debt, “Hundred Dollar Holiday” is a classic book that’s well worth reading or re-reading.
Amazon Echo Dot Review: The Tiny Budget Minded Voice Assistant
The Echo Dot, a newer, smaller and cheaper version of the Amazon Echo Bluetooth speaker, was released recently. Here’s why it should be your next virtual assistant.
5 Refinance Mistakes That Can Be Easily Avoided
A mortgage refinance can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be if you understand and avoid common pitfalls that homeowners should all be aware of.
Being More Self-Sufficient Will Help Alleviate Your Political Angst
If we want to feel more secure and better able to handle any political turbulence, we must look to our ancestors and practice self-sufficiency again.
How Is Your Wasted Time Costing You Money?
If you changed your habits and created more time by limiting distractions, how could you save or make more money?
Don’t Fall For This Worst Investing Mistake
Avoid one of the worst investing mistakes and focus on what’s really important with diversification.
Why Life Insurance Is An Integral Piece Of Your Financial Plan
Buying life insurance is an important piece of your financial plan because it protects your family’s financial future in an extremely trying time.
Car Prices On The Internet: Not Always The Bargain They Seem to Be
If you’re planning on shopping for a car in the near future, you might want to be wary of several shady Internet sales tactics? Here’s what to look for.
How To Make The Most Money From Your Decluttering Efforts
To make the most money from your clutter when decluttering your home, it’s important to diversify and sell your things through a variety of venues.
How To Raise A Charitable And Giving Child
Children may naturally be resistant to giving, but with these steps, you can set a charitable example that your child will follow now and in the future.
Shop Your Service Providers Regularly To See If There’s A Better Deal
By shopping around and switching to new providers for both Internet and TV, we were able to save hundreds of dollars every year.
The Recovering Spender Book Review: How To Live A Debt Free Life
In her book, The Recovering Spender, Lauren Greutman shares how her family dumped $40,000 in debt and began working together towards shared financial goals.