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Baby boomers are retiring or preparing for retirement every day and downsizing is often part of the strategy. In a recent issue of SmartMoney magazine, there was an article about the trials of unloading our stuff.  Not only do we have to get rid of our stuff, but sometimes the lifetime accumulation of our parents. […]

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eBay Sales Woes

by Kay Lynn

Transactions on eBay have always gone smoothly for me.  I even wrote about the process. (Like I’m an expert, hah!)  My most recent foray into selling on this venue has not gone well. Does this happen to everyone eventually? A portable DVD player sold right at the end of the listing period for the minimum amount.  The […]

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This is a guest post by Ann Smarty.  Ann is a blogger and search marketer. Her recent project is My Blog Guest – a community of guest bloggers that welcomes new members. It’s important to look sharp when you walk into a job interview, but you don’t have to blow your entire paycheck at Ann Taylor […]

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I started selling excess belongings online in July and with the start of a new month have calculated the proceeds minus fees and postage. I have also learned some pointers that I’ll share. Ebay and Half.com I had mixed results with my five free listings on Ebay as I mentioned in an earlier post.  I […]

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Selling on Ebay

by Kay Lynn

I’m in baby step 2 of Dave Ramsey’s 7 steps to financial peace. This means I’m retiring all debt except mortgage debt (this is baby step 6). One of his ideas to retire debt quicker is to sell unnecessary items. Probably Dave’s idea of what is unnecessary is different from mine but I spent several […]

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