April 2012

The following is a guest post from Michael at Money Beagle, who believes that a balanced approach to money management is the key to financial success. He blogs about many personal finance topics, from getting out of debt, to saving for retirement, to tips on staying clutter free around the house, with an emphasis on […]

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My mother’s health has been declining for several years and list of chronic conditions kept getting longer.  But modern medicine and the fact she was younger than the average life expectancy of American women lulled me into thinking she had many years to come. Over the past few years she’s been hospitalized at least annually […]

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This is a guest post from Edward Antrobus. Edward has spent most of this decade as a house-husband which has provided him with a unique view on personal finance and domestic life. He writes at http://edwardantrobus.co.cc. The time for spring cleaning is upon us. It is time to clear away the debris and cobwebs (figurative, […]

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Do you want to be wealthy in the future? Do you have a plan set in place to achieve your wealth goals? If you have a plan, then I’m assuming that you’ve made a budget for your monthly expenses, which is great, but guess what? Not all expenses occur on a monthly basis. Make sure […]

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Sometimes it is fun to sit back and look at things you don’t buy (or use) anymore.  Usually, the reason is because technology has come up with a better solution or product.  AARP recently published a list that is based on stage of life. I found the list of things people over 50 don’t need […]

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