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When Making Budget Cuts Look At The Big Items First

When people make the decision to dive into the family budget and make some cuts to account for a job loss, new member of the family or just to save a few extra dollars, they usually have the best of intentions at heart. They want to live within their means and be financially responsible. They […]

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Virtually Clip Coupons for Real Savings

Want to not clip coupons, but still save, too? If you already have a grocery store loyalty card, it’s entirely possible and incredibly easy. In fact, it’s as simple as scanning potential coupons online, loading them to your loyalty card and then scanning your card at checkout. No newspapers, no clipping, no carting around tiny […]

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Laddering CDs Can Add Liquidity And Return

One of the great drawbacks of this historically low interest rate environment we’re in is that it’s darn difficult to get anything close to a decent return on your cash nowadays. Sure, you can move it into riskier investments like bonds or even high yield bonds to try to juice your returns but a move […]

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American Express New Blue Cash Everyday Card

American Express has replaced its old Blue Cash Credit Card with the new Blue Cash Everyday Card. The new card, which was launched yesterday, looks similar to the old card in design, but has a rewards program that is better than that of the Blue Cash Card for those who don’t charge a lot on the card […]

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How to Maximize Coupon Savings

Ever wish you could print your own money? Coupons come pretty darn close. I’ll admit to fluctuating back and forth between being a die-hard coupon toting convert and leaving them by the wayside, but the savings can’t be argued with. If you’re thinking 50 cents here and maybe a buck there, think again. For the […]

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How to File a Tax Extension 2011

The 2011 federal income tax deadline, April 18th, is only a little over a week away. If you haven’t finished your tax return yet, there isn’t much time to wait now. I haven’t done with our tax returns yet, as many times in the past, I will probably wait till next Friday April 15th to […]

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Seek Wise Counsel to Save

I’ve said it (many times) before, and I’ll say it again because it’s worth repeating: misery loves company, but money savers like it (and financially benefit from it) even more. Many hands, eyes and efforts make light work, including making tight budgets work better! So if you’re looking to save money, then seek the fiscally-sound […]

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2010 Tax Software Deals

With the 2011 tax season in full swing, many of us will begin to prepare to file their 2010 taxes. If you don’t plan to heir an account to do your returns, a tax preparation software is all you need to get the job done without much pain and receive your refund back faster(if you […]

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