Category: saving


Most Importantly: Know Your Financial History.

I was recently asked what I consider to be the number one piece of advice when it comes to relationships, couples and money. I strongly believe that couples should what do what I call a “Money Gram” – or a money family tree. This helps them to understand each others attitudes, fears, beliefs and patterns […]


Finding & Buying Eco-Friendly Checks Online.

A few weeks ago my friend Jim over at Bargaineering had a post up about buying checks online, right about the time that I was, well, looking to buy checks online. Funny how that always works that way! Although I didn’t go with his recommendation as I don’t shop at Walmart for my own personal […]


Swap Your Home And Take A Vacation For Free.

How cool would it be to take a vacation overseas (or just across the country) for nothing more than the cost of getting there? That would surely save a ton on hotel costs, especially in Europe with the value of the American dollar so low! There are tons of people taking these types of vacations […]


Spend Money Today To Save Money Tomorrow.

Those of you who are regular readers of this site know that I am not a fan of spending money I don’t have on things that don’t bring me very much in return. I often talk about saving your money for experiences rather than “things” that you don’t need, but this post is about the […]


2009 Individual Stimulus Money Worth More Than Last Year’s Package.

Good idea or not, President Obama’s individual economic stimulus package is worth more to each person than the last one was that was done under President Bush. Bush’s stimulus package gave every person $600, while Obama’s gives each person about $13 a week…or $676. The difference? We got the $600 stimulus package in one fell […]

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