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Why homemade food is worth it.

Homemade Ranch dressing.  Will last months and cost me less than $2.00 and totally amazing.

When I first lived on my own I had a food budget of $90.00 per month for myself and my son.   943 more words



While cooking dinner in our small and, usually cramped kitchen, my wife and I noticed an uncommon quietness. The house was silent and our children were not bumping into one another or tangled under our feet as usual. 553 more words

Financial Planning

5 Ways to Effectively Dispute a Credit Card Transaction

By Aisha Taylor

Imagine you check your online statement and, to your surprise, there is a charge on there that you didn’t make? And to make things worse, the transaction was originated from a location where you don’t even travel! 723 more words


This is the No. 1 mistake people make that will get them arrested....Know your rights!

Nina Hodjat is a lawyer and specialist in constitutional law. She says the biggest mistake citizens make in dealing with the police is providing too much information. 99 more words

Health And Wellness

Battered, Broke, Bankrupt, and Old?

by Mark Ford

Paul T., a Palm Beach Letter subscriber, sent me the following “confession”:

I have no savings, no significant assets, and bad credit due to having to file bankruptcy after 2008. 2,180 more words

Health And Wellness

When Women have to Pay Alimony

The tide has shifted in the workforce with women taking on more and more high-level career positions. Today, women are the top income earners in one-third of all marriages. 186 more words


Becoming a Better Salesperson

I consider myself a perpetual student. I love learning. I went back to school twelve years after I finished my undergraduate degree to get a Master’s degree, in large part just because I love learning. 1,398 more words

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