Category: debt


Free Financial Planning Kit from the Government.

Even the government wants you to plan out your finances (to be sure you pay your taxes, no doubt) and are offering up a free financial planning kit via download. From the site: “Imagine putting aside extra money each month. Don’t think it’s feasible? Look no further than the coins rattling around in your pocket. […]


Free Get Out Of Debt Worksheet PDF Download

In a follow up to my post yesterday about a quick and easy budget worksheet (which was very simple but helpful nonetheless), over at The Motley Fool I have just come across a free pdf download of a “Get out of Debt” worksheet. I just downloaded it and took a look, it has sections about: […]


Up up and away, Carnival of Personal Finance #79!

This week, I was lucky enough to have my post Love and Marriage – Impress yourselves, not your friends included in the Carnival of Personal Finance #79. If you don’t follow the carnival, I highly suggest you do so. This weeks carnival is up at A Penny Saved so be sure to head on over […]


Movie Trailer – In Debt We Trust

Now, I don’t know much about this movie, but I after I watched the video I went and looked up the site and this is what it said: ” IN DEBT WE TRUST is the latest film from Danny Schechter, “The News Dissector,” director of the internationally distributed and award-winning WMD (Weapons of Mass Deception), […]


Love and Marriage – Impress Yourselves, Not Your Friends.

I met my wife 4 years ago this month through some mutual friends. She says it was fate, but I believe it was some sort of a freak accident. Whatever anyone believes, we met while standing next to a creepy clown blowing up balloons for some 5 year olds. But I digress. Soon after we […]

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