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Archives for October 2018
6 Kinds Of Debt To Avoid At All Costs: Toxic Debt To The 6th Degree
Not all debt is considered equal. Some debt is more harmful and toxic to your financial future than others. Six types of debt are discussed and ranked.
Bible Verses About Hope: Staying Positive In The Midst Of Hardship
We all need hope in turbulent times. This post looks at Bible verses about hope, and examines why we as Christians should have hope in Christ.
Maxing Out Your Investment Accounts: How Much Can You Contribute And Invest This Year?
We’d like to contribute as much as we can towards retirement this year. What is the maximum contribution you can put in your retirement accounts?
How To Cut Those Scary Halloween Costs
While Halloween is nowhere near as expensive as Christmas it can still be an expensive holiday. Here’s how to cut those scary Halloween costs.
Decluttr Store Review: Save Money By Buying Refurbished Electronics
Decluttr is a website and app where you can buy refurbished technology for a fraction of the cost of buying new. Here’s a review of the Decluttr Store.
How To Get A Credit If Your Amazon Prime Delivery Is Late
Amazon promises Prime members free 2-day shipping on millions of products, but what happens if your package is delivered late? Can you get compensated?
Why You Shouldn’t Put All Of Your Surplus Money On Your Debt
There are several important reasons why we’re not putting all of our extra money on paying down debt. Here’s what they are.
Decluttr Review: Sell Your Old Electronics, Media And Games For Cash
Decluttr is a website and app that can turn your old electronics, books, media and even Legos into cash. Here’s a review of Decluttr.
Tello Mobile Review: Affordable And Customizable Cell Service
Tello Mobile is a great new low cost, no contract, cell service provider. Here’s quick look at what they have to offer from calling plans and cost to phones.
How To Be An Extreme Saver, Or At Least Save A Bit More
Extreme savers are a select group who often save in excess of 50-70% of their income. The lifestyle isn’t without sacrifice, but it can be done. Here’s how.