What is Debt Recycling?

September 24, 2010

What is Debt Recycling? I asked myself the same question when I saw the phrase and discovered it is a rather interesting concept; especially to those that own a home. Debt Recycling kind of reminds me of a loopty loop process in a fashionable way. The idea is to reduce you non tax-deductible interest on […]

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Financial Check Up List

September 22, 2010

My husband is an organized nut. If we go somewhere on vacation, he makes a list for the tasks to be completed, from washing the laundry, packing the clothes, to loading the car trunk and has them done before I get home from running errands. If he thinks the house needs to be cleaned (former […]

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5 Ways to Save on Organic Food

September 17, 2010

Yes, you can buy healthy food on a budget! Now that organic foods have become big market, it means that the good stuff is rendering more affordable. As most of you know, I love eating whole, unprocessed foods – nutritious, green foods. But just like you, I don’t like paying high prices for mother nature’s […]

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Health Care Reform: Dependent coverage to Age 26

September 15, 2010

Remember President Obama’s push for health care reform? I pretty much forgot about it until I received an ‘Important Special Enrollment Notice’ from my health insurance company. And now that most company’s enrollment periods are coming in November, I think its a good time to bring it up for discussion. On March 23, 2010, President […]

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The Instant Millionaire: A Tale of Wisdom & Wealth

September 8, 2010

by Mark FisherBook Review & Giveaway Do you ever wonder why you read all your favorite financial blogs day in and day out? I feel there are various reasons. One reason might be to learn how to improve our frugal saavy ways. The second reason might be to learn how to invest your money properly […]

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Going Paperless with your Financial Documents

September 1, 2010

I’ve noticed more company are offering incentives for customers to go paperless – receiving statements, notices, and other paperwork electronically, as well as making payments over the internet. In addition to saving trees, going paperless can also save you money. Consider these reasons for trading the snail mail documents for electronic ones. Going paperless with […]

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Alternative Health Care Approach

August 25, 2010

In my last post, 6 Steps to a Satisfied Retirement, I questioned myself about the ability to be able to “retire”. As Merriam-Webster defines, “To withdraw from one’s occupation, business, or office; stop working.” Granted, I am not talking about completely retiring from my occupation. But rather to seek out the self-employment option. My main […]

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6 Steps to a Satisfied Retirement

August 17, 2010

Discipline bears fruit over time when discussing the retirement savings. But if you’re like many people who are still working but are closing in on retirement, there is still hope for a happy retirement. A recent Consumer Reports Retirement Survey, of more than 24,000 online subscribers, found 6 steps that work to obtaining a satisfied […]

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