Category: debt


Money Quote Friday – Buy An Elephant Edition.

This morning at the ATM machine, the guy next to me was on his cell phone talking to one of his buddies. This was what I heard: “Well, they were offering no money down and no payments till 2010, so we bought the big one. Might as well get the biggest and most expensive plasma […]


Citigroup To Lay Off 17,000 People, Maybe Our Rates Will Go Down.

From the BBC this morning, Citigroup is planning on laying off 17,000 people worldwide…starting today. Maybe now since they will be saving so much money ($2.1 billion this year alone) by doing this, think they will cut us all some slack on our interest rates? How about giving everyone back their dividend cards? Didn’t think […]


Guest Post – Which Debt Reduction Method Should I Use? – NCN

This will be the last guest post of this week, as we are coming back from vacation this weekend. Today’s guest post is from No Credit Needed, one of my favorite blogs! I have been writing about debt and debt reduction for more than two years. Before you decide to get out of debt, may […]


Money Quote Friday – Going Hungry Edition.

It is an unfortunate human failing that a full pocketbook often groans more loudly than an empty stomach. ~Franklin Delano Roosevelt Ain’t that the truth sometimes…… Happy Friday.


Want To See How The Government Wastes Your Tax Dollars?

We all know that the government tends to spend a lot of our tax dollars unwisely, but just HOW bad is it? The people over at Citizens Against Government Waste have just released their 2007 PIG Book, which is an annual compilation of the pork-barrel projects in the federal budget. This years book has 2,658 […]

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