March 2011

I got a notice from Mint.com last week about unusual spending in a specific budget category.  It seems I spent $550 this month on veterinary services.  Unfortunately it wasn’t a mistake and it didn’t even include the $36 dog license. Dog License Renewal Charger, our basset hound, was due for  his rabies shot and I […]

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The following is a sponsored guest post from Money Super Market.com. Baby boomers across the pond are struggling to cope with their borrowings, with one in three currently unable to clear their debts, according to new research. Insurance group Aviva’s fifth ‘Real Retirement Report’ found that almost a quarter (23%) of those surveyed said they […]

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Financial author David Bach is out with a new book that focuses on those that can’t get rich yet  because they’re in debt.  Debt Free For Life: The Finish Rich Plan for Financial Freedom is the title and I’ll be focusing on chapter 5 which introduces the DOLP method. What is the DOLP Method? DOLP […]

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This is a guest post from Denise from Single Saver as part of the Yakezie Blog Swap #4.  The Single Saver offers practical, money saving tips in a fun and interactive format.  Read about my biggest financial pet peeve at Single Saver today. Ever try to think of your biggest pet peeve?  How about focusing […]

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Whether by choice or by consequence (or some combination of the two), baby boomers have become an entrepreneurial force to be reckoned with, even surpassing the ambitions of those almost half their age. But underlying this spike in entrepreneurial activity among boomers nearing the age of retirement, is the need for an extra dose of […]

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