Dave Ramsey

School started back in session this past Thursday in the local school district.  It was fun seeing the parents come into work later because they were helping their kids start a new school year.  It may me a little reminiscent for those days. Here’s five of my favorite blog articles this week to start the school year! 1. Dave Ramsey’s Total Money […]

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When checking out at Trader Joe’s the other night I pulled out my food money envelope and after paying wrote the amount on the envelope. This is a new habit I started as part of the Financial Peace University course and I wanted to share how it’s working for us as well as what I […]

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An Unplanned Expense

by Kay Lynn

Mr. Boomer and I spent $900 last weekend that wasn’t budgeted. Many people would probably think it was not necessary.  But they don’t know the value of a television in the Boomer household. Yes, we bought a new HD LCD TV to replace the 3 year old rear projection TV we bought back when $1499 […]

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It’s the first anniversary I’ve celebrated on bucksomeboomer.com.  I can’t believe it’s been one whole month of blogging.  I’ll be sharing my thoughts on my experience to date in the next post so please stay tuned! Buck$omeboomer’s Financial Path to Retirement As usual my peers and masters in the personal finance blogosphere published valuable material […]

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5 Free Budget Tools

by Kay Lynn

Last week one of my co-workers mentioned he needed a tool to aid with budgeting.  This was a timely question because I have the same quandary now that I’ve graduated from Financial Peace University (FPU). I have been using the Gazelle Budget web-based program during FPU, but my access was shut off last week.  I […]

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