Category: saving


Advice For Handling A New Or Used Car Purchase.

When considering buying a car, new or used, research is critical. Reliability, suitable gas mileage, and practicality are important considerations. After finding a car that seems appropriate, take it out for a test drive. Does the car rattle? How is the road noise? How well does the vehicle take a corner? Admittedly at this point, […]


Happy Memorial Day 2008.

Memorial Day is a United States Federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. Formerly known as Decoration Day, it commemorates U.S. men and women who perished while in military service to their country. First enacted to honor Union soldiers of the American Civil War, it was expanded after World War I to include […]


And The Winner Of “It’s Not About The Money” Is…

This month’s book giveaway was for a copy of It’s Not About The Money by Brent Kessel. It seems a lot of people want to work on their relationship with money, as I got over 72 entries! However, for this month’s giveaway there can only be one winner, and that person’s name is Braunn. Congrats! […]


Meet The M-Network Friends: An Interview With Mom From Wide Open Wallet.

Now that I have wrapped up all the interviews with all the M-Network members other than myself, I decided to expand the series a little and include all the friends of the M-Network who participate in our group projects and forums. Up this week is Mom from Wide Open Wallet. So Mom, when did you […]


The Economic Stimulus Check Means Higher Taxes To Come.

At least, that’s how the second paragraph in an article on CNN reads: “If you’re among the 130 million people who qualify for the rebate, that’s great. But you should savor the feeling. Regardless of what happens over the next few months, your taxes have nowhere to go but up in the long-term future.” And […]

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