May 2011

Money is often a subject that no one talks about, yet it’s on everyone’s mind almost non-stop. Depending on your situation, you could either be asking questions such as, “I wonder if this check is going to bounce? I hope I have enough money in the account to cover it!” or, “My 401(k) is fully […]

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For the past two years, this has been a single-author blog.  Bucksome Boomer has grown to a point where it’s time to to add additional voices to the mix on a regular basis.  I was fortunate to have two talented, successful writers want to join the team. Suba Suba lives with her husband in Southern […]

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At the too early hour of 5 am today, I accepted the receipt from the rental car employee and rushed off to join the line for a shuttle to the airline terminal.  Halfway there, I glanced at the receipt before throwing it in my purse and stopped dead in my tracks.  I was charged for […]

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Happy weekend! I flew to Miami Thursday to attend the Sheblogs Conference.  My sister and I are here as the co-owners of Two Savvy Sisters and we’ve enjoyed the great content to this point. The conference kicked off with Guy Kawasaki and a free copy of his latest book.  I’ll share more about his presentation […]

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Every household is trying to come up with unique ways to save money these days. However, most households are focusing on cutting things out of their lifestyle instead of changing the way they shop. Saving money doesn’t mean you have to go without. Simply choosing to buy used over new can quickly add up in […]

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