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Earn More Money or Spend Less?

November 30, 2014 MrsFrugal 0

I often talk about how to spend less money. Does that mean I fall into the Spend Less spectrum of the Spend Less vs. Earn More debate? Let’s look at each side: Spend Less than […]

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5 Tips for Eating Out on the Cheap

November 27, 2014 MrsFrugal 0

Eating out is one of our favorite things to do, but it can get expensive. We only allocate $100 month for dining out so we’ve learned to stretch our dollars so we can enjoy more […]

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How to Find a Good Financial Planner

November 21, 2014 FinancePrimate 0

For most people earning a modest income, getting the service of a financial planner in managing their money is one step towards the right direction. The financial planner will look at the whole scenario including […]

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6 Ways to Cut Your Debt

November 18, 2014 Levi Simonds 0

Is there a more worser feeling than the feeling of being lodged under a tantamount of debt? We have to admit that we made this debt mainly because of our bad spending habits although there […]

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How to Get Rid of Credit Card Debt

November 15, 2014 Levi Simonds 0

While talking about the retirement plan, financial advisers mostly focus on how much you need to save. But you should know, that to cut your debt is not any less important, especially your mortgage and […]

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How to Avoid Credit Card Fees

November 12, 2014 Levi Simonds 0

  Credit card distributors always advertise handsome promotional rates just to allure potential cardholders. If you want to become a new cardholder, you must watch out for credit card fees. Although they offer the lowest […]

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How Much Debt Do You Have?

November 9, 2014 Levi Simonds 0

Getting out of debt involves composing a clear picture of the debts you want to get rid of, any assets you are willing to liquidate to make debt payments, and your monthly cash flow. You […]

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Create Financial Goals to get out of Debt

November 6, 2014 Levi Simonds 0

Faced with debt it is tempting to spend sleepless nights aimlessly crunching numbers, as if the right few calculator taps will make that red ink disappear. Sadly we both know that won’t happen—wading through your […]