From the monthly archives:

June 2009

Stretchy Dollar Subscriber Swap

June 15, 2009

Taking a page out of No Debt Plan’s book the mastermind behind Stretchy Dollar asked to do a subscriber swap with me. Essentially all we ask is that you go ahead and subscribe to the other’s blog and try it out for a week. If you like what they have to say stick with it. […]

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Sunday Site’s – Falling Down Hurts Edition

June 14, 2009

It seems like I have a story every Sunday now about what dumb thing I did boating the day before. Yesterday we spend 6+ hours on the lake, luckily I was liberal with the sunscreen and I didn’t get burnt. Unluckily I thought I was a professional wakeboarder and took a nasty spill on the […]

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Ally Bank Review

June 11, 2009

Who They Are I know that I am behind the wagon here, but I still wanted to highlight this “newcomer” to the online banking arena. For anyone who has missed it Ally Bank is a re-branded GMAC bank. Ally is a fully FDIC insured entity, specifically they are insured under FDIC Certificate number #57803. So […]

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PF Chat and Top PF Posts

June 10, 2009

Two side notes for today I wanted to highlight while I had the chance. 1.) Kelly at The Centsible Life had the great idea to hold a Personal Finance Twitter Chat tonight at 8pm (ET). So if you are around and have a Twitter account you should stop by and ask your questions or just […]

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Automate Your Finances to Save Time and Money

June 10, 2009

One of the easiest, and best things, you can do for your finances is automation. Automating your finances will allow you to make sure you bills are paid on time and your savings goals are not interrupted by a failure to remember to make the transfer. It seems like forever ago when I wrote my […]

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