From the monthly archives:

April 2009

Can’t Miss Personal Finance Carnivals

April 24, 2009

I only participated in two carnivals this week, it was a slow week for my participation but a great week for the carnivals. So if you haven’t had a chance to check them all out here they are, the two I participated in first then the rest in no particular order. Carnival of Personal Finance […]

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Review of Dave Ramsey’s Town Hall For Hope

April 24, 2009

Last night I attended the Town Hall for Hope, a telecast by Dave Ramsey held at churches and gathering places around the country and broadcast on the Fox Business Network. The goal of the “Town Hall” was to abate peoples fears and to give a better understanding of all of this gloom and doom being […]

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Go Green – Make Dirt – Save Money

April 23, 2009

With everyone going green this week and earth day having just passed us up on Wednesday, I thought I would do my part and talk about a frugal, and green topic.  Compost is probably one the best things you can give your garden to help it to grow and produce a bounty of vegetables. If […]

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Budgeting 101 – Set Your Budget

April 22, 2009

Now that you have spent a month tracking your spending, or at least gone back and accounted for a months worth of spending it is time to setup your budget. Next week we will talk about maintaining and reassessing your budget. Creating a budget is the first step to financial freedom recommended by most personal […]

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The Foreclosure Across the Street

April 21, 2009

The house across the street from me has been empty now for almost five months. The owner was the victim of both divorce and medical problems within a very short period of time.  Unable to maintain the payments on the home he decided to let it go.  The way he let it go, unfortunately for […]

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