Savings

This is part three in a series on Internet Savings.  Previous articles included an overview and freebies. By combining sale prices with coupons it is possible to save a great deal on groceries and household items.  It would be difficult for the average person to be able to match coupons to sale items at all […]

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  This is part two in  series on saving money by using the Internet.  Part one was an overview. Until I started reading blogs which would lead me to more blogs and so on (it’s a vicious circle) I had no idea there were so many free items available.  Not only are they free but […]

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Even now that the recession is easing, many of us still see value in living a life of frugality. We have come to realise that frugality need not mean a restriction on enjoyment and fun. In fact, frugality could offer us even more reason to enjoy life. You may have to change the way you […]

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Planning for retirement should be an ongoing process until the day you are officially retired.  The economy the past couple of years have changed how some of us view retirement incuding yours truly.  According to the Wall Street Journal phased retirements plans are becoming more common. A phased retirement is an alternative to regular employment that […]

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Now that the holiday season is safely past it does not mean you can forget about gift giving for nine months. In fact, you’re behind if you haven’t given it much thought yet.  I used to be that way.  Every gift occasion was a budget surprise  but with these four steps you can learn from […]

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