The Easiest, Most Painless Way Imaginable To Save Money

June 8, 2010

This is a guest post by Greg McFarlane. Yes, it’s easy, but adopting it means being an iconoclast by default. I’m talking about The Activity (actually, The Lack Of An Activity) That Dare Not Speak Its Name. One so extraordinary, so unusual, that everyone under its spell is treated as some sort of human aberration […]

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Early Retirement Extreme 21-Day Makeover

June 5, 2010

The beginning of my family’s get out of debt journey, it was all about being a frugalite in order to help accelerate payments. We also set up the budget and our snowball schedule. Definition of a Frugalite: One who is frugal, yet fun. A person who wants to save as much of their hard earned cash as […]

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Living Trusts for Everyone {Book Review}

June 3, 2010

Living Trusts for Everyone Why a Will is Not the Way to Avoid Probate, Protect Heirs, and Settle Estates by Ronald Farrington Sharp Excerpt by Allworth Press Ronald Sharp explains trusts in clear and easy-to-understand language, including one truth most lawyers don’t want to admit: A trust is often better than a will and less […]

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Money Funk goes Comic

May 31, 2010

Dream Come True! I was thrilled to find out I was going to be written into the next PF Comic! I love comic books! So this is seriously a dream come true. I LOVE YOU Brad for writing in my character. Fred from Credit Card Daily sent me the Sneak Preview via email. I was […]

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Can Money Buy Happiness?

May 29, 2010

I’m at a farm in Northern Nevada, spending time with family and friends, in a gorgeous multimillion dollar home with a breath taking view. As I sit hear drinking my coffee on a leather couch positioned in front of a monster stone fireplace and a huge wall of windows, I wonder can money buy happiness? […]

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Infomercial Products: Seize the “Buy Now”

May 26, 2010

Ladies and gentlemen, do you scrub, scrape, and scour baked-on crud on cookware; cry over gallons of spilled milk; fall off your ladder when cleaning gutters; and torture yourself to get a firmer fanny? Wish there were a better way? Then stay up to find the Must Have Product on late night TV? (Why you […]

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Budget for Summer Spending

May 22, 2010

Have you considered a summer budget? If you haven’t done so, its a good time to plan one, NOW. According to Kathy Grannis, a spokeswoman for the National Retail Federation, summer spending is second to the Christmas holiday season. Really? That darn sun! As it warms the earth, the people come out to play. It […]

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