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How to Be an Energy Shopper

It can’t have escaped your notice that the temperatures have plummeted over the last couple of weeks. In my mind it’s reached the levels where putting the heating on is no longer an option, especially when you have children in the house.
by Being Mrs C on Dec 19, 2016

365 Day Quarter Challenge

If you could save money every single day with little effort, would you? The 365 day quarter challenge could be a viable option for you. Here at Saving Advice, we love money challenges because they encourage you to pay yourself first and build an eme...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 15, 2016

What Kind of Car Insurance Coverage Do I Need?

Article from MoneyAhoy.comBuying car insurance is something of a balancing act. On the one hand, you want to make sure that you purchase enough coverage to protect yourself. If you buy too little coverage and then get in an accident, however, you cou...
by MoneyAhoy on Dec 14, 2016

Printable Monthly Money Challenge Chart

Staying organized is an essential part of staying on top of your finances. If you’re hoping to improve this in 2017, we have a printable monthly money challenge chart you can use to keep you on track. As we go about our daily lives, the weeks c...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 14, 2016

How to Make Your Bad Credit Problems Go Away

Article from MoneyAhoy.comWouldn’t it be great if you could wave a magic wand and rid yourself of bad credit? Nobody really wants to default on their credit payments, because the repercussions are daunting. A lower credit score can adversely affect...
by MoneyAhoy on Dec 13, 2016

Five Christmas Gifts for My Kids that Won’t be Money Wasted

I actually think my sons were trolling me this week by playing with toys from last Christmas that they have not looked at since December 26th.   Is it possible they are actually trying to upend my quest not to waste my money this year? Every year I...
by Brooklyn Bread on Dec 12, 2016

Tips for Saving Money on Groceries

Most of our lives revolve around food and eating.  We dream about our favorite foods, share recipes with friends and family and look forward to our next meal.  So it’s not surprising that groceries make up a large part of any budget.  With good...
by Spirit of Saving on Dec 11, 2016

Things To Cut Your Use in Half to Save More

If you’re wondering how you can save money, one noteworthy way would be looking at items where you could cut your use in half. Whether you want to believe it or not, you are most likely using way too much of too many items. This is a habit tha...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 9, 2016

Winterizing Your Home

Not sure how to winterize your home? This basic checklist will help! The post Winterizing Your Home appeared first on Molly Green.
by Hunter Happenings on Dec 8, 2016

30+ Great Dollar Store Christmas Gifts

In 2015 the average American spent $830 on various Christmas-related items. That is a huge number but there is a way to get around breaking the bank. Dollar Store Christmas gifts can be a great way to keep cost down this Christmas. Dollar Store Ch...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 7, 2016

21 Days to Positive Money Habits

It is an accepted part of self-help wisdom that it takes twenty-one days to develop a new habit and make it stick. This has been found to be true in weight loss, smoking cessation, reducing alcohol consumption, and many other regimens designed to cre...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 6, 2016

BevRAGE: How to Get Cash Back on Alcohol

If you enjoy a drink out at the bar from time to time you know how expensive it can be. An alcoholic beverage at a bar can rage anywhere from $2 to $15 per drink. Beers like bottled Bud Light seem to be a bit cheaper but what if you want to have a co...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 5, 2016

Top 5 Ways To Save At Christmas

Tips for Keeping Christmas Affordable Yet Beautiful The Christmas season is rapidly approaching. Can you have a wonderful holiday while keeping your expenses down? Of course, you can. All it takes is willpower – and a plan. If you are having troubl...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 2, 2016

Labor Day Deals and Freebies 2016

Labor Day marks the end of summer and therefore many businesses will be offering their customers huge discounts on select items. Most retailers will be open for business and they will be offering up to 75 percent off certain items (though some busine...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Sep 2, 2016

You Still Have Not Cut The Cable Cord?

Article from MoneyAhoy.comWe cut the cord to our cable TV and cable phone about 6 years ago now and could not be happier.  We are saving hundreds of dollars a year and have more free time through the elimination of commercials.  I am just now coach...
by MoneyAhoy on Sep 2, 2016

How to Save Money on Heartworm Medicine for Your Dog

Article from MoneyAhoy.comLet’s face it – if you have a dog then you know that heartworm prevention medicine can cost an arm and a leg!  I started on a quest to see if we could learn how to save money on heartworm prevention medicine.  ...
by MoneyAhoy on Sep 1, 2016

Get A Free Personal Finance Education

Most self improvement gurus say education drives personal achievement. This is no less true for personal finance.  It is extremely difficult to be successful financially if you don’t have a solid basis in accounting and financial management ex...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 31, 2016

The Most Expensive Addictions in the US

Article from MoneyAhoy.comHabit or addiction? One might mean you occasionally bite your nails. The other might mean you’re doing something in secret that’s putting your health and finances at risk. Interestingly, both habits and addictions ar...
by MoneyAhoy on Aug 30, 2016

Being Vegetarian Can Save You Money

Many people are under the assumption that eating healthier is more costly than eating foods that are unhealthy for you. More recently studies have shown that vegans and vegetarians actually save money by dropping meat and adding more healthy food to...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 29, 2016

Are Albertsons, Lowes and Best Buy Open on Labor Day 2016?

In 2016 Labor Day is observed on Monday September 5, 2016.  Labor day is one of the major Federal holidays in the United States, but just because banks and government offices are closed it doesn’t mean retailers are closed. In fact, many retailers...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 29, 2016


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