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Give It Up

April 20, 2011

Tweet It’s Easter time. Visions of chocolate bunnies and baskets full of sweet goodness fill the minds of many children. The thoughts of the more mature among us turn toward something a little more eternal. This is also the time where many people of faith give up something meaningful (or not) in observance of Lent. […]

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So Simple a Kid Could Get It – #FLMonth

April 18, 2011

Tweet Brad Chaffee and his son Isaac (Enemy Of Debt) bring today’s Financial Literacy Month question of the day to us. This question is really so simple that a kid could answer it, but how many times have you seen people who just didn’t seem to get 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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The Best Way to Pay Down Debt – Question 5 – #FLMonth

April 5, 2011

Tweet Today’s question comes from Jeff of DeliverAwayDebt.com. He’s got an awesome story, so you should really check him out, but not until you’ve left a comment on today’s question here on my site.

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Christmas in March?

March 17, 2011

Tweet How’s your Christmas fund coming? “What!?!?!”, you say. “It’s only St. Patrick’s Day!” I’m serious. Christmas is coming in just 9 more months. You probably spend quite a bit of money during that time with all the gift giving and special meals. The money has to come from somewhere. Why not make a plan […]

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Are You Bailing Out the Government?

January 31, 2011

Tweet It’s time to render unto Caesar again. I’d really like to encourage you to take a close look at your taxes this year. There’s a lot of opportunity for improvement in this area for many people.

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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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