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Money Matters Bolivia

Bolivia shocks its first time visitors by its stark contrasts. In spite of being the poorest country in South America its staggering amount of natural beauty, history and resources is overwhelming. 1,309 more words

Travel Diary And A Travelphotoblog

The Thing Which is Good

Monday, September 1, 2014

“Let him that stole steal no more: but rather let him labour, working with his hands the thing which is good, that he may have to give to him that needeth” 318 more words

Grace Living (Christian Life)

No spend September

August, oh August.  Frankly, you were rather crappy.  And I responded to that crappiness by shopping and spending like someone who was in want of some serious distraction.  625 more words

Conscious Consumption

14 down, 14 to go!

We paid off two debts today!! One was a medical bill from Abigail’s birth and the other was a personal loan. I’m so happy to clear up some money per month and to make our snowball bigger. 28 more words

Money Matters

Fiscal Friday

Now that I’m out of school and my husband and are living together again permanently (for the story on our living situation, click here) one thing I’ve really wanted to do is closely examine our financial situation and get a handle on our finances. 735 more words

Budgets

Register Now for Money Matters Lunch Sessions

From September through January, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and NIACC will hold five Money Matters Lunch and Learn sessions. The sessions will be held once a month at the… 184 more words

Financial Literacy

Money Matters: When to go against conventional wisdom

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 28, 2014)– Andy Mattingly from FORUM Credit Union provides financial tips on when to go against conventional wisdom when it comes to your money. 17 more words

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