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  1. The Top Ten Things that Ruin Budgets

    by , 04-02-2012 at 07:53 AM ([email protected]'s Blog)
    Budgets are a necessity to keep personal finances in order, but they aren’t necessarily easy to keep.There are plenty of things that can quickly ruin a budget and ruin the best laid financial plans. Here are the top ten things that ruin budgets:

    Shopping Hungry or without a Plan of Attack
    This one’s obvious — don’t go food shopping hungry and be sure to have a list in hand. Otherwise you’ll blow your budget. Also, carefully consider moving up to larger, economy sized products. ...
  2. 8 Reasons Why You Need to Read Your Bills Every Month

    by , 09-03-2009 at 12:30 PM ([email protected]'s Blog)
    The mail comes, you glance at your bills and drop them in the “To Be Paid” pile. Then, on the appointed day, you write out the checks or direct the online bill pay to do its thing and then you forget about it until next month. In the process of paying your bills, do you really read them? Do you look at all the inserts and read the line by line breakdown of what you owe? Do you look for anything that seems odd? If you just pay your bills on auto-pilot without reading them thoroughly, you may be wasting ...

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  4. Dave Ramsey Falters In A Crummy Economy

    by , 12-28-2008 at 07:38 PM ([email protected]'s Blog)
    I know many people who are followers of Dave Ramsey’s financial advice. Since the economy has tanked, it seems like I’m seeing even more people joining the Dave bandwagon, looking for a way out of the financial messes that they have gotten themselves into. His “Total Money Makeover” and the associated baby steps can be a decent starting point for those who have no idea where to start or who have never tackled financial topics before. It’s simple and fairly easy to follow advice. It may be a bit ...
  5. Questions to Ask Before the Wedding

    by , 12-28-2008 at 07:21 PM ([email protected]'s Blog)
    Are You Financially Compatible?

    Many couples tying the knot this have spent years getting to know each other and months planning the wedding, but only hours (or minutes) discussing their financial compatibility. With many divorces happening because of disputes over money, it’s wise for dating and engaged couples to question whether their views on money are similar enough to make the marriage of their accounts strong enough to support the marriage of their hearts, souls, and minds. ...