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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 »

Saving Money with RetailMeNot.com

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photo © 2004 Gareth Saunders | more info (via: Wylio) I am well aware of the instant gratification of shopping. This is a pitfall for some people, myself included. The feeling of just purchasing an item you want, holding it in your hands and the excitement to take it home. This used to be a huge pitfall for not only ... Read More »

How to Use Amazon Mechanical Turk to Make Extra Money Whenever You Want

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I recently read about a service Amazon provides called Mechanical Turk which intrigued me. Unlike other online sites that look for contract help, the Amazon Mechanical Turk service seemed to offer easy to accomplish tasks that could be completed by almost anyone with a computer. Little to no experience is required for many of the money earning assignments. And that ... 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 »

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