msn.com Saving money only requires a few things: common sense, observation and self-restraint. It’s not always fun – especially in our consumer-driven society – but it’s always wise. So with a little research and some good old-fashioned inside-of-the-box thinking, we present 100 ways to get your spending back on track and your savings account flush […]
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Ladies, Financial Sanity is a precious commodity! Once you can learn to cut-back, nailing down this commodity will liberate your life from debt and on a journey of living an abundant life that you can afford. Recession, depression, debt, financial crisis, down fall, LOSS are rampantly being heard throughout the nation these days. A wake up call has lead many […]
How many times a month do you eat out? Before you step in another one of your favorite restaurant check out these tips to keep more of your money in your pocket.
Gas Prices.. What? Almost $4.00. Remember when $2.00 was high? Well here are some tips to keep $ in your pocket. Trade-in your gas guzzler for a fuel efficient vehicle.Consider that hybrids may take as long as 10 years to break even. Sure they get great mileage, but their initial cost is so much higher […]
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Surveys have shown that money is one of the main causes of stress. The recession increased money woes for many of us — playing up our fears of joblessness or putting more pressure on us to make ends meet on a smaller budget.