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Added Benefits of No TV

July 1, 2009

This is a guest post from Jason R. Fisher who runs where he writes about simpler living, personal finance and making life better. If you like this article be sure to subscribe to his feed, you can also catch him on Twitter every now and then. A while ago I wrote about how I […]

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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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Suburban Genie: My Three Financial Do-Overs

May 27, 2009

All of the credit for this post should go to Adam over at Your Money Relationship for coming up with this Money Genie post idea. Basically the idea boils down to what three things about your financial past would you change given the chance.  While I certainly wish there were a Robin Williams esque Genie […]

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Frugal Tips for Visiting Theme Parks

May 20, 2009

Coming off an exhausting vacation of chasing down overstuffed characters at the “Happiest Place on Earth” I thought it prudent to cover a few of the things you can do to cut down on your costs, and time in line, at theme parks. My own personal experience was with Disney World but the same concepts […]

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5 Frugal Tips for Parents

May 15, 2009

This is a guest post by Kelly Whalen. Kelly is a mostly stay-at-home mom to her 4 kids. She writes at the ¢entsible life about family finances, and her family’s journey to get out of debt. If you like this article I highly recommend you stop by and check out her blog and subscribe to her feed. […]

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