Category: saving


Top Referrers To My Two Dollars For July 2008.

Thanks to all the sites and blogs that sent traffic my way this past month. Although I cannot thank all of you here, I want at least list the Top 10 referrers. Please, won’t you take a moment to check these guys out? 1. Moolanomy Pinyo is #1 two months in a row! 2. Being […]


Following The Rule Of 10% Is Easy And The Savings Add Up.

Back when I was in the hole of tens of thousands of dollars, I still managed to save money. Was it the best decision? Probably not – if I had sent that money to my debt I could have been debt-free earlier (if, of course, I had stopped spending, which I hadn’t). But still, I […]


The Difference $10 A Day Makes.

The following is a guest post from Rich Leverage at Rich Credit Debt Loan. If you like what you see here, won’t you consider subscribing to his feed? When most of us think of $10, it really doesn’t seem like much, but over time, it can really add up. A recent study found that people […]


And The Winner Of ‘Financial Infidelity’ Is…And Another Giveaway!

This month’s book giveaway was Financial Infidelity:Seven Steps to Conquering the #1 Relationship Wrecker, by Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil. I received 51 entries for the contest, and using the number generator I picked a winning number which corresponded to an entry (numbered in the order they were received). The winner of this month’s giveaway […]


Obama Calling For A Second Stimulus Income Tax Rebate Check.

And the dumb idea keeps getting dumber…another stimulus package coming soon? Seems Barack Obama has had too much of GW Bush’s Kool-Aid Barack Obama, the US Democratic presidential candidate, has called for a second economic stimulus package worth $30 billion to boost the ailing US economy. The Illinois senator, speaking in New York on Thursday, […]

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