November 2010

Throw Your Money Away

November 30, 2010

Tweet I just received a flyer in the mail from our brand new Aaron’s store that they built across the street from the nearly vacant strip mall that used to house a Wal-mart. The Wal-mart relocated to a brand new Supercenter a few years back. All the new buildings being built while others sit vacant […]

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Change Your Future

November 23, 2010

Tweet Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be debt free? Are you wondering what it would be like to have money set aside for future expenses instead of living from paycheck to paycheck? Will you still be paying for Christmas well into the new year? If any of these strike a […]

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Plan On a Great Christmas

November 19, 2010

Tweet Today I talked with a reporter from the Daily Journal. He wanted to find out more about how my family handles budgeting for Christmas. I talked to him about how we set a budget at the beginning of the year for gifts and we set a little aside from every paycheck throughout the year. […]

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Your Titles Are Meaningless To Me

November 15, 2010

Tweet I just read a very disturbing answer to a question on LinkedIn. Matt Wegner of Matt Wegner Financial Coaching (and Grate Outdoor Solutions, LLC by the way), asked in the LinkedIn Answers section whether it is possible to live without debt. Two of the answers (at the time of this writing) said that it is […]

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Might As Well Jump

November 8, 2010

Tweet The seventh and final money myth addressed in Your Money God’s Way by Amie Streater involves what she calls “cliff jumpers” These people are the ones that leap into a situation without seeking any counsel from God or friends. They jump into situations that “only God can save them from” without first seeing if […]

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Two Ways to Save on Expenses for Your Home

November 6, 2010

Tweet I discovered a couple of things this week that I thought I would share with you. These tips may be able to help you reduce the cost of home ownership if you do own your own home. They are definitely reducing our expenses for this coming year and would have saved me even more […]

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How the Election Will Affect Your Finances

November 1, 2010

Tweet Tomorrow represents a fairly significant midterm election in many people’s eyes. The makeup of Congress could have a significant impact on recent and future legislation regarding healthcare and taxes.

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