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Penny Saving Food For Thought

It seems every Friday I have another question for my wonderful readers. Just to update, over the last couple of week you’ve helped me decide what to do with a windfall (It’s in the vacation fund for now, but part will go into stocks when there is a market correction) and helped me decide that […]

The following is a guest post from Kevin at Graduating from Debt. If you would like to submit a guest post, please contact me. Money is a huge aspect in almost everyone’s life. Without it we could not eat, sleep, or just live. Below is a list of 12 facts about money everyone thinks are […]

One of my guilty pleasures is watching Suze Orman every Saturday. I know she tends to polarize people faster than a Tea Party Presidential candidate, but I do enjoy her show. Suze was actually the first financial show I discovered.  I found it while flipping channels on vacation. At that point, we were deeply in […]

  We tend to take banking rather for granted these days. In fact there are very few people who don’t carry at least one debit card or credit card around with them in their wallets or purses at any given moment. It’s almost unthinkable nowadays. It’s the same when applying for mortgages or personal loans. […]

Wow, I’m back home and trying to catch up. I did little to no blogging last week due to lack of adequate connections and my own decision to step away from the computer. I have to say, it’s pretty nice to take a break. I may never get caught up on responding to comments from […]

There are several ways to save money on auto insurance: driving safely, taking a driver’s education class, limiting your annual mileage or even buying a different car. Anything that decreases your risk of filing a claim will cause your rates to go down. For most people, a car is a long-term investment, and it’s not […]

Every once in a while I like to take off the personal finance cap and throw on the optometrist one. Actually, the two go hand in hand because taking care of your eyes can save money in a variety of ways. I’d like to share some tips on how to keep your eyes healthy by […]

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