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5 Tips For When The Bills are Due

Decide if you want paper or eletronic bills

The first thing you need to do is decide if you want paper to E-bills. Neither is wrong, but if you want to cut down on paper I suggest going with Ebills. 384 more words

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Four Financial Lessons from School Book Fairs

When I was a kid, I loved to read. And that love of reading has passed itself to my children. Now that I’ve been through eight years of book fairs with one child and four years with the other, I consider myself somewhat of a book fair expert. 1,371 more words

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How Your Emergency Plan can Save You

Good morning and happy Monday! I’m excited today to have written my first guest post over at My Family on a Budget – be sure to go check it out if you haven’t already. 1,863 more words

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Fun Thanksgiving Financial Facts

Happy Thanksgiving week to those in the US! I was planning to take the week off work but it’s looking more like a half week-I have a new project kicking off that’s demanding a lot of my time to plan and prepare for.  23 more words

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MONEY MONDAY - PRINCIPLE 3

WRITE YOUR WORST CAST:

If you ARE NOT GETTING READY TO LIVE READY for the UPCOMING YEAR, you are ALREADY BEHIND and are allowing yourself to continue NOT TO HAVE A LIFE THAT IS Jeremiah 29:11 DESIGNED by and ALIGNED with God. 189 more words

MONEY MONDAY - PRINCIPLE 2

BE ACCOUNTABLE:

If you ARE NOT GETTING READY TO LIVE READY for the UPCOMING YEAR, you are ALREADY BEHIND and are allowing yourself to continue NOT TO HAVE A LIFE THAT IS Jeremiah 29:11 DESIGNED by and ALIGNED with God. 186 more words

Why I want to be free of my 2.75% mortgage in five years

Lately I’m dreaming about mortgage freedom.

This may be surprising – after all, my mortgage only has less than 12 years left at 2.75%. The balance over the past three years (since it started-it’s a 15 year) has dropped almost $50k. 2,707 more words

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