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Cutting Up the Credit Cards Celebration! | Debt Free Squad
Let's face it; breakups are hard, but so»
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The Cash vs. Credit Spectrum | Debt Free Squad
Time to cut up some credit cards? Maybe »
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The Cash vs. Credit Spectrum
Time to cut up some credit cards? Maybe »
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How to Negotiate a Lower Interest Rate on a Credit Card | Christian PF
Here are the steps: http://christianpf.c»
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Pin It Good Reads The genius of Nickelback How to reform our elections In praise of the #hashtag 5 credit cards you don’t want to own Why generals cheat   Good Pictures Pin It Pin It Pin It   Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It   Good Podcast Video  “Explaining Matthew Fox As Seen in the New Tyler Perry Movie”   Good Video   Good Mus»
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Free Gift . . . Or not!
A Chalk Talk video from Coach Ehrlich ta»
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Your wallet is akin to a miniature directory of your identity. Think about it. Your driver´s license, credit card, debit card, medical insurance card and other numbers are all stored together. However, in the event of a lost wallet or stolen wallet, having all of this information in one place greatly increases your risk of identity theft.  ProtectMyID (www.protectmyid.com) has 9 great tips for travelers. 1.  Keep a record. If your wallet and e»
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Photo Credit: Creative Commons – 401k_2012 I typically write about issues that families face on a daily basis. One area that I haven’t touched on in a while is kids and money. Below is a guest post from Joy Mali who writes about financial management tips – specifically, she advocates that college-age students and young adults check credit scores regularly and improve their credit reports before applying for student loans. ================»
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Photo Friday is back again. Although it is a little later than usual it is still the same great post you have come to expect. Sit back, relax and tilt that screen so you can see well. You don’t want to miss anything this week. This is a poster-sized advertisement for a grocery store credit card. As you can see the Prez has managed to secure his personal card. I think I may have stumbled onto the up coming financial philosophy. The President pl»
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By: Amy Hannold 24/7 MOMS Frugal Living Editor As the first signs of the holidays arrive, there are a few things you can do to make your holidays more “merry and meaningful”.  If you’re like me, you feel that holiday decorations arrive in stores earlier each year.  Frugalistas will use the “October Signs of Christmas” as a call to action!  It’s time to “pencil in” our holiday plans before the turkeys and tinsel sweep our best i»