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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

Flip house kitchen pics (plus a buyer!)

Hello friends! I realize it has been quite awhile since I’ve posted. I began this summer trying to juggle several balls in the air, then quickly became buried in what I’d compare to a McDonald’s Playland ball pit. I’m sure ...
by Living Rich on Less on Aug 29, 2016

How I started using a budget at 13

One summer around my first year of high school, my mom told my sister and I we were going on a trip to Winnipeg.  She was attending a symposium of the Canadian Association for Family Enterprise and decided to take us along.  As you can expect, as k...
by Spirit of Saving on Aug 28, 2016

Are Drug, Grocery and Liquor Stores Open for Labor Day 2016?

Labor Day weekend is unofficially the end of summer. The holiday gives family and friends a last chance to enjoy doing outdoor activities such as barbecuing or picnicking before the weather turns colder. If you’re planning on hosting a get together...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 28, 2016

Here’s How You Can Save Money without Really Trying

We all know the importance of saving money. But sometimes, saving can be such a Herculean task, especially when there always seems to be a new gadget to buy, new clothes to splurge on, and new fun things to try out. But dropping extra money on your s...
by Business Diary Philippines on Aug 27, 2016

Practical Tips in Helping Freelancers Manage Their Finances

Some futurists say that the future of jobs is freelancing. There’s no need to go to work, collaboration can be done online, and the office is basically in the computer. Some may disagree but for......

Restaurants Open on Sundays

Going out to eat on Sunday has become part of many families’ weekly routine. Whether it be a late-morning brunch or lunch/dinner after church, Sunday meals are time usually spent alongside family, enjoying one another. If you are planning to go...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 26, 2016

Managing A Financial Windfall

Financial windfalls are double edged swords.  One the one hand, you have a large sum of money. On the other, you can be placed into a situation you are not prepared to handle. Sales of real estate or businesses usually involve the conversion of an l...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 25, 2016

20 Money Making Ideas That Work

For the past two decades wages in the United States have been pressured by rising health care and housing costs.  Accordingly there is a lot of interest in ways to supplement ones income.  However not all ways of generating extra money are equal &#...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 24, 2016

12-Week Money Challenge

Everyone likes a good challenge, especially if it helps you save money. A recent study showed that two thirds of Americans don’t have enough money saved for a $1,000 emergency, however, with a little discipline you can have that amount of money...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 24, 2016

How to Save Money at Disney World

If you have ever taken a trip to Disney World you know that venturing the the most magical place on Earth can cost you a pretty penny. Planning any family vacation can be costly but Disney World has become increasingly expensive. Dining plans, park h...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 23, 2016

4 Tips For Maximizing Your Shopping Without Breaking the Bank

Article from MoneyAhoy.comEverybody loves shopping to some extent. Whether it is for smaller ticket items such as clothes and shoes, or larger items such as plane travel tickets and hotels to some exotic destination.  Every once is a while you even...
by MoneyAhoy on Aug 22, 2016

Saving Money on Ammunition

If you are a gun owner or gun enthusiast you know that ammunition for your favorite firearm can be pricey. Depending on the gun and where you get your ammo, average prices land between $0.08 per round and $0.60 per round (some are even more expensive...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 22, 2016

Save on Energy - Upgrading Unusable Spaces

When I first got married, my husband and I spent a couple of weeks looking for an apartment in Toronto and settled on a small place in Rosedale. And by small, I mean 700 square feet. It was manageable for the two of us but it wasn't long before we ha...
by Toronto Teacher Mom on Aug 20, 2016


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