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Thoughts On Mortgages – #FLMonth

April 24, 2011

Tweet Julia from www.PromisesFC.com has an awesome question to challenge the way we think about money:

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The “B” Word – #FLMonth

April 19, 2011

Tweet Jake Stichler brings us a question from one of his follwers at DebtSucksBlog.com. It’s a deep one so we will need you to leave your thoughts in the comment secion below.

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It’ My Mess!

April 19, 2011

Tweet One of the current hits on the “reality” cable shows is “Hoarders”. The show chronicles people who have an obsessive desire to collect stuff. They never seem to throw anything away. In some of the worst cases, people are living in horrid filth. They can hardly move around their home. As strange as it […]

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Who Owns Who? – #FLMonth

April 14, 2011

Tweet Do you own your own home, or does it own you? Today’s Financial Literacy Month question from Jackie Walters basically answers that question. You can find her on Facebook at Personal Finance with Jackie Walters.

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$1000 To Pay Down Debt! – #FLMonth

April 13, 2011

Tweet Wouldn’t you love to be in this situation? Were/Are you in this situation? It is tax time, and many people do get a return this time of year. There’s little better you can do with that money than pay down debt with it. Give this question some thought, and then put your answer into […]

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When the Going Gets Tough… #FLMonth

April 10, 2011

Tweet Here’s another great one from Steve Stewart of MoneyPlan SOS for Financial Literacy Month. Be sure and check out the entertaining video, then share your thoughts. Use the tag #FLMonth on Twitter. Question: When money gets tight we… A) Stop saving for retirement B) Stop eating out C) Stop talking to each other 🙁 […]

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What Matters to You? – #FLMonth

April 8, 2011

Tweet Today’s Financial Literacy Month question really requires some thought. It’s the most personal question yet. If you’re married, be sure and talk about it with your spouse as well. Don’t just assume that you’re on the same page. Thanks for this great question goes to Brad Chaffee from Enemy of Debt.

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