Published On June 29th, 2010

The majority of Americans know the rates they are paying on their credit card and their credit rating. Despite this awareness, they continue to carry high interest credit card debt and many do not know how to improve their credit scores

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Published On June 2nd, 2010

Creating and maintaining a savings account requires patience and discipline. For those of us struggling with this important mindset, here are four strategies that might make it a bit easier.f you’re lucky enough to have an employer retirement plan, take advantage and sign up for automatic deposits. Even if it’s just $50 to $100 a pop, the savings can add up quickly, especially if your employer matches part or all of your qualified contributions. 

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Published On April 18th, 2010

I wanted to write on a new topic we have not covered before on my blog.  This topic is Peer to Peer (P2P) lending.  In a nutshell, P2P lending is when you borrow money from many different people on the internet, instead of using a bank, or you invest money to other people who need it and enjoy higher returns than normal in other investment vehicles.

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Published On April 5th, 2010

Sometimes it make sense to make some lifestyle changes in order to free up cash flow to build savings and get rid of debt. Especially with the economy in it’s current state, these days most people would welcome the idea of having more money in their savings account.

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Published On March 5th, 2010

Creating a new habit of cutting back in spending for many people is very hard and you may be one of them. Your emotions play an important role in your buying and in you cutting back.

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Published On December 29th, 2009

Key dates to bookmark for the year ahead.

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Published On November 9th, 2009

For many of us, eliminating debt we have already created is only half the battle.  It is also important to change our spending habits so that becoming debt free is part of our lifestyle, not just a blip in time.  Right now, times are tough. However, you are tougher. That is why, with a few small and simple Saving Tips you can make changes to your lifestyle and spending habits, you can not only survive this credit crunch, but you can get back on top of your finances.

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Published On September 23rd, 2009

t’s hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is just two months away. And while that may seem like a lot of time, you’ll be diving into that turkey dinner sooner than you think…and right around the corner will come the Christmas holidays. That’s why now is the perfect time to start planning for your holiday budget. By formulating a plan now, you’ll achieve more than just the happiest of holidays.

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Published On May 7th, 2009

Credit cards make it easy to overspend, but you can’t use them if you don’t have them with you. Leave your credit cards at home, and stick to cash or debit for all of your purchases.

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Published On February 6th, 2009

Are your finances keeping you up at night? You’re not alone. Almost three-quarters of adults say money has them feeling stressed, according to the American Psychological Association. That’s not surprising, especially in today’s economy with skyrocketing energy and food costs, tepid investment performance and rising unemployment rates.

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