I love the personal finance blogging community! Thanks to Claire at Tired But Happy and Mapgirl, I was informed of a survey for bloggers at Technorati that pays $15. I found the survey after logging in and clicking on “Tags” in the green bar at the top of the page. The survey is in an […]
When someone mentions a do-it-yourselfer I tend to think of those folks on HGTV who pave their own driveways or re-tile their kitchens. No doubt those people save a lot of money and add a lot of value to their homes. And while I like to watch those shows, I definitely don’t fall into that […]
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about some college fund housekeeping I was doing. Part of that process was to take some cash out of our Upromise account. Upromise, as you might know, is a site that allows you to earn money for purchases you make online and at grocery stores, restaurants, etc. I […]
When on vacation I like to seek out independent books stores to visit. (At home I usually patronize chain stores and Amazon…go figure.) While on vacation in Florida a couple of months ago I found a great used book store and picked up a copy of Jean Chatzky’s Pay It Down! I am familiar with […]
I’m a documentary nerd. I love them. And here’s one I’m dying to see: Maxed Out. It’s a Super Size Me-type film about the credit card industry. It features everyone from Alan Greenspan to Jerry Falwell. It also has two of my favorite financial experts: Dave Ramsey and Elizabeth Warren. Unfortunately, it’s only been shown […]
Personal finance bloggers have some crazy/igenious ways of making money online. Two of my favorite blogs for ideas on this topic are My Money Blog and The Money Dummy. A lot of ideas I’ve encountered from personal finance bloggers center around the use of credit cards, which I’m not comfortable with, and things like taking […]
Last month I entered the world of online banking. I took advantage of a referral link and opened an ING savings account. The interest rate is a respectable 4% and I received a $25 bonus in my account for opening it. Not bad. The way the ING referral program works is the refer-er gets a […]
My recent efforts at saving money have focused on our grocery bill. For me, grocery includes health and beauty items and household items like cleaning supplies. In this regard I have found that keeping a Price Book one of the most helpful things I do. In its most basic form, a Price Book is simply […]
Keeping a Price Book is simple, but it can be overwhelming at first. Below are my ideas for starting and maintaining a Price Book with a minimum of time and effort. Start with just a few stores. It can be tempting at first to run all over town and check out every store available to […]
I love personal finance and have, therefore, read and listened to lots of financial experts. No one has impacted our personal finances as much as Dave Ramsey. I find other experts interesting and maybe picked up a pointer or two or have something I already know reinforced but Dave Ramsey has actually impacted our finances […]
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