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26 Creative And Space-Efficient Attic Ladders

A ladder is a must for any space that has several floors or an attic, and you can make it functional, space-saving and cool. Attic ladders can be small or large, spiral or regular and you can choose almost any material to build one. Wooden Attic Ladd...

Real Estate – The Ultimate Forced Savings Plan

Real estate prices have been sky high, jumping out of reach for many first-time home buyers. If they could build their savings fast enough, high enough, they could get into their first home with no problem. As it turns out, getting into your first ho...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 28, 2016

20 Money Saving Duct Tape Uses

Wikipedia defines duct tape as a: “cloth- or scrim-backed pressure-sensitive tape – often coated with polyethylene.”  Any way you define it, duct tape is a pretty amazing invention.  In fact, duct tape is so amazing that its used on nearl...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 27, 2016

4 Ways to Save Money During the First Year of College

Article from MoneyAhoy.comStarting college is an exciting and sometimes daunting experience for new students and their parents.  One of the many factors students have to consider during that important first year is how to maintain a viable budget. W...
by MoneyAhoy on Jul 22, 2016

How to Travel Cheap

Approximately 45 percent of Americans take a vacation during the summertime. The most popular destinations include the beach, resorts, national parks and amusement parks. Some will be heading down to Florida while others will escape to the wilderness...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 22, 2016

The Most Affordable Places to Live in the U.S.

Where you live can have a huge affect on your financial standing. If you live in a city that has a high cost-of-living it can greatly affect your financial security. On the flipside of the same coin, living in a low cost-of-living area can also affec...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 22, 2016

Simple Tips to Help You Save a Fortune

Saving money can be a daunting task which is why most Americans don’t do it. Sixty-two percent of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings account and one third of the American population has $0 saved for retirement. The idea that most...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 21, 2016

4 Essential Questions to Ask Before Getting a Loan

Article from MoneyAhoy.comMost people get loans for business use. There is nothing wrong in applying for a business loan if you are really in need of it. Many folks that are starting up their own new company may decide to go this route.  As long as...
by MoneyAhoy on Jul 20, 2016

Recession Busting Hacks-You Might Have a $1,000 in Your Pocket

  Poor Man Survival Self Reliance tools for independent minded people… www.poormansurvivor.net ISSN 2161-5543 A Digest of Urban Survival Resources   "The trouble with most folks isn't so much their ignorance,   as knowing so many t...
by Urban Survival Resources on Jul 19, 2016

10 Everyday Ways To Save

Stefanie is a staff writer here at See Debt Run, and also writes on her own site “The Broke and Beautiful Life“. Hello “See Debt Run” readers!  I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself by sharing some of my day to day st...
by See Debt Run on Jul 18, 2016

The Most Important Investment Lesson in the World by Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett has always advised his followers to stick to low-cost, passive index funds, which can offer broad exposure to the stock market and cost a fraction of actively managed funds. “It’s so obvious and yet all the commercial push is tell...
by Personal Finance News on Jul 18, 2016

Check Your Mail: You Could Have a Free $30 from Zappos!

I am pretty obsessive about checking the mail and don’t throw away anything without inspecting it. This has finally paid off for me as last week I got a postcard in the mail that was essentially a FREE $30 from Zappos.com! There were no stipula...
by Fantabulously Frugal on Jul 15, 2016

Why you shouldn’t rely on your SSS pension for your retirement

Previously, I shared an article entitled how to compute your SSS pension in the Philippines. That basically give you the glimpse of how much you’re going to receive from SSS the day you reached your retirement years. Today, I’m going to e...
by ThinkPesos.com on Jul 14, 2016

A Guide To Exercise After Weight Loss Surgery

Exercises to Avoid After Bariatric Surgery Bariatric surgery is considered one of the best ways to lose weight when diet and exercise have failed. But bariatric surgery is not a substitute for diet and exercise. Once you’ve completed your surgery,...
by Mexico Bariatric Center Blog on Jul 13, 2016

Don’t Hide Money In The Toilet: More Conversation With A Burglar

With my previous post The Best Place To Hide Money – Conversation With A Burglar being one of my most popular posts ever on this site, there wasn’t any hesitation when I was at another gathering over the weekend and spotted the former bur...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 13, 2016

Introducing Savings Guarantee from Coupons.Com

How Was Your Day? Special thanks to Coupons.com for sponsoring this discussion about the Savings Guarantee program. I love to shop.  I really do.  That’s not an Earth-shattering statement, I know. I also like to travel and go places. I don’t sh...
by How Was Your Day? on Jul 13, 2016

How to Save $1 Million

Being able to save $1 million dollars may seem completely unattainable and ambitious, especially if you are knee deep in debt. But the fact of the matter is, with some wise investments and choices, you can get there in due time. How can this be? Two...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 13, 2016

10 Ways to Reuse Plastic Food and Laundry Measuring Scoops

Even though Husband and I try to run a low waste home with careful shopping and find new reuses for what we can't recycle through our city's recycling program, there is one thing we are...
by Condo Blues on Jul 12, 2016

How to compute income tax in the Philippines

Agree on it or not, it is undeniable that this thing called income tax or “withholding tax” ate huge part of our income. On this article, we’ll share how to compute income tax in the Philippines to better understand why you’re...
by ThinkPesos.com on Jul 12, 2016

The Richest Generation in U.S. History Just Keeps Getting Richer

“Even after they retire, affluent Americans are growing wealthier, thanks to the strong stock market,” wrote Ben Steverman on Bloomberg. Baby boomers started turning 65 in 2011, marking the unofficial beginning of their retirement years.
by Personal Finance News on Jul 12, 2016


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