Spending

Repair or Sell a Wrecked Vehicle

by Matt Jabs
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Deciding to repair or sell a car that has been wrecked depends on many factors such as car insurance, vehicle value, ability to sell and much more.

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Thoughts On Spending and Saving Money

by Matt Jabs
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Just some random things I’m thinking about and doing recently as a way to invest in myself in some areas, and save money in others.

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Grocery Hacks – How We Save Money on Groceries

by Matt Jabs

This is the story of how we reduced our grocery budget from $400/month down to less than $250/month! The other night we sat down — together — and compiled this list of 20 ways we have successfully reduced our grocery bill over the last 7 months.

Enjoy!

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Save Money on Black Friday

by Matt Jabs

Saving money on Black Friday sales is better defined as spending less. Saving means you chose not to spend at all. Also, discriminate needs from wants.

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How Much Should We Spend

by Mike Young

Many don’t know how to much to spend because they don’t have a clear picture of what they make or where it’s going. Use these tips to figure it out.

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Break Out of Your Personal Finance Slump

by Guest Author

Use these tips from @GoBankingRates to regain your motivation and break out of your personal finance slump.

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Vacation Planning – Better memories are not bought with more dollars!

by Robert Espe
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Ways to plan your vacation and have a blast without breaking the bank. Better memories are not bought with more dollars!

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Huge Food Recall – Are You Tired of Contaminated Food?

by Matt Jabs
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Food recalls resulting from contamination on huge corporate farms encourages many to shift their consumption focus to healthier and locally produced foods.

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Saving Money – An American Virtue Reborn

by Robert Espe
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Setting financial goals and saving money to meet those savings goals is quickly becoming an American virtue once again. What are your savings goals?

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A Home Mortgage Means You Pay Double – Limited Income and Wise Spending

by Robert Espe
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We can only earn so much money in our lifetime… considering the fact that we rate chase savings accounts and seek out deals around every corner, should we really pay double the purchase price for our homes by using a home mortgage?

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How To Spend My Tax Refund? C.L. Haddon Answered

by Matt Jabs
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DFA Reader C.L. Haddon asks, “I am in debt, how should I spend my $1,000 tax refund?” It is important for C.L. to save money and increase cash flow by reducing expenses and debt. What do you think she should do?

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