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Ways To Eat Healthy AND Save Money

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Obviously couponing will save you money! One thing to look out for with coupons though is unhealthy food. There are a lot, and I mean, A LOT of coupons for junk food. Stay away! “Just Say No!” That being said you can still use the art of couponing to save on healthier items on your shopping list! For example, if ... Read More »

How To Save Money Cooking Dinner

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photo © 2005 K.I.T. | more info (via: Wylio)I’ve compiled a short list of money saving techniques I’ve been practicing lately. Some of these things may seem obvious to some while epiphany moments to others. For me, my groceries are one of my largest expenses each month. The tips listed below are some helpful, handy and simple steps to help ... 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 »

I’m in a Financial Bind and Headed Towards a Disaster. – Monica

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Had spottless credit. Credit droped from near perfect to low 500′s. Credit Stolen in 2005 or 2006. The person who stole credit also used open accounts and credit cards that were dorment. Filed Police report. Pulled credit, fought every creditor i had no knowledge of and pulled all receipts for current cards and creditors. Had to make settlements on a ... Read More »

Shop-O-Nomics: How the Missing Dollar Sign Makes You Spend More

I’m giving your reading muscles a break today and instead of writing you an article here’s a video based on a study put out by Cornell University in 2009 about the “Effects of Menu-price Formats on Restaurant Checks“. The study suggested that people were more inclined to purchase and spend more if the dollar sign ($) was dropped in front ... Read More »

Money Saving Strategies for New Parents

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You’ve heard the statistics: it’s going to take a zillion dollars to clothe, feed and take care of your child until adulthood. And that doesn’t include college — or the money you’ll spend if they stick around after 18! But you’re plunging into parenthood anyway. Good for you! You don’t have to go completely into hock to raise your child ... Read More »

Lowen Wants to Know “Can I Budget My Way Out Of Debt?”

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Lowen “Dear Steve, I have $102,000.00 in student loans, $21,000 in credit debt, and can’t budget my way out of a wet paper bag. I make $21.40 per hr and work 36 hrs a week, my wife works and makes $11.50 per hr and works 30 hrs per week. I own nothing of value, no homes, my cars are at ... Read More »

The Personal Finance Brain Trust Tackles – Trying to Make Ends Meet But Still In Trouble

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This weeks personal finance brain trust question was one that I received online. My wife and I are both working, paying rent and land payment (have been trying to sell it), 3 kids and other debts and bills we are struggling from pay to pay and never get ahead. We have also borrowed money from family to help, but are ... Read More »

A 12-Step Plan to Get Out of Debt Fast!

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Debt is a major problem for a lot of people these days. The problem is, even if they know they want to get out of it, they have a hard time figuring out how to start. If you fit this description, this 12-Step program spells it out for you. Now, there isn’t one way to get out of debt, and ... Read More »

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