5 Ways to Save Money on a Vacation (Guest Post)
Nov23

5 Ways to Save Money on a Vacation (Guest Post)

After spending long hours working, every person simply wants to get away from the stressful life in the city and have a vacation. It can either be a short escapade in a local place or an international trip. Enjoying your vacation does not have to be that expensive either. There are a lot of ways to reduce costs without compromising the quality of the vacation experience you want to have. By budgeting your travel expenses, you get to...

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Ways to Save Money on a New Laptop (Guest Post)
Oct10

Ways to Save Money on a New Laptop (Guest Post)

5 tips for investing wisely in a laptop Today, a laptop is pretty much an essential for college students. And if you or your son or daughter is entering first year at college or university they might need to buy their very first laptop. I say laptop because of the portable nature compared to a desktop. Laptops really do cater to the mobile student’s lifestyle—and students can conveniently lug a laptop from home to class, and to study...

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Cut Recurring Expenses To Save Every Month (Guest Post)
Aug22

Cut Recurring Expenses To Save Every Month (Guest Post)

For the frugal-minded, saving a couple of dollars is a reward in itself. But even the less budget-conscious would agree that saving a few dollars every month is a worthy endeavor. Since most of our recurring bills are usage-based, we stand to save plenty if we can get creative. Here are a few uncommon ideas for slashing those bills and racking up those savings. Call your cable company There is a good chance that you are paying too...

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Should You Even Consider Using A Debt Relief Company To Help You Get Out Of Debt? (Guest Post)

If you listen to the ads on TV, getting out of debt is easy. All you need to do is make one phone call and immediately get rid of 40-60% of your debt. Of course, getting out of debt is not really that easy. Sure, there are ways to eliminate large chunks of debt. In fact, debt settlement (in which you negotiate with your creditors to pay your debt off for less than you owe, which is where the 40-60% savings comes from) is a great...

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Three Signs You’re in Debt Denial And How To Clean Your Finances Up (Guest Post)
Jun07

Three Signs You’re in Debt Denial And How To Clean Your Finances Up (Guest Post)

Everytime I tidy my house, it strikes me that it takes such a short period of time for things to get in a mess yet tidying them up again is such a lengthy process. The same goes for our finances, getting into debt can happen practically overnight yet people can spend their lives trying to get out of it. You may be able to empathise with that sinking feeling in the gut as the credit card enters the machine, desperately hoping that it...

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