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Moving Forward Radio Show: Triple Coupon Week

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Today I present to you, kind readers, another installment on the Moving Forward Radio Show with Pam Rhode and Amanda Miller! Pam and I have been couponing since about the end of March. We have been learning the ropes and are trying to perfect our styles of couponing. Couponing can be overwhelming but we’re trying to find a way to ... Read More »

Stop Spending Money on Stupid Things

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The following guest post was contributed by Tracy Sitchen Tracy Sitchen is a veteran coupon clipper, stay at home, and aspiring writer. While she loves shopping, she loves the chase of the deal even more! She’s recently been writing on printable Mrs Smith pie coupons and printable on the border coupons over at her blog where she shares deals and ... Read More »

Summer Heat Got You Down And Your Energy Bills Up?

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photo © 2006 Braden Kowitz | more info (via: Wylio)It’s summer time! Or darn close to it. Here in the South East it got hot…quick! We’ve had very little time to get used to the heat but here it is and here is shall stay. Everyone I’ve been talking to recently has been cursing about having to turn on their ... Read More »

Over Half of $1,000 Spent Each Month On Food And Drinks According to Mint.com Users

Eat, Drink and Be Thrifty

The folks over at Mint.com and Column Five Media put together a great little video with Akorn Entertainment to show how much users that track their spending on Mint.com spend on food and drinks each month. The video entitled “Eat, Drink and Be Thrifty: Mint.com Monthly Food and Dining Spending” showed an average $581.46 spent each month on food and ... Read More »

Coupons Saved Newlywed’s Household

Yesterday, I sat down over snacks with my friend Ann, my personal coupon guru, to talk couponing. In the very early days of us meeting I overheard her telling a friend, “I’ve got to get home and organize my coupons for tomorrow!” Intrigued, I jumped in the conversation and asked “what for?” She explained that Super Double Coupons at Harris ... Read More »

Saving Money With Couponing Doesn’t Have To Be Complicated

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The Art of Couponing is to save money on the items you use on a regular basis. Not to go out and get something for less money that you never have thought about using before or hoarding all the items you use or think you’ll use and have enough in your basement for a 20 year supply. A six month supply ... Read More »

Building Your Financial Future: Advice For 20-Somethings

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photo © 2009 Andrew Magill | more info (via: Wylio)A lot of people always say that sometimes no credit is just as bad as poor credit. And I’d like to attest, this is correct. I, Amanda Miller, am in my 20s. Which means, you guessed it, I am the poorest I will ever be again (knock on wood). When I ... Read More »

Is It Time to Get Rid of Cable Television to Save Big Bucks?

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Lately I’ve talked to more people that have elected to ditch their cable television and watch shows online. Here is an interesting video that makes the argument that maybe cable television is too expensive. What do you think? Could you live without cable television or satellite television? Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Read More »

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