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  • Hello, my name is Joshua and I need some help...

    Hello, my name is Joshua (or Josh, whatever you prefer) and I would first of like to say that it is nice to see a forum like this for people who are struggling like myself, and I would like to thank you all greatly in advance for all of the wonderful help I am certain I will receive on this site. I am...
    Posted to Forum by wallacengineering on Wed, Oct 9 2013
  • Is Debt Settlement an Alternative to Bankruptcy? - Antonio

    Reader Question Hi Steve, I am a financial advisor who trys to help people get out of debt while building up some savings at the same time. I wanted to know what your thoughts are on do it yourself debt settlement as an alternative to bankruptcy. I would not use or recomend a debt settlement company...
    Posted to Weblog by steverhode on Wed, May 29 2013
  • ever hear of this company?

    Iv been looking for mortgage and financial advice and came across this site, anyone ever hear of them? http://www.totalmortgage.com/total-guide.asp
    Posted to Forum by dolladollabillyall on Mon, Jan 14 2013
  • Overspending? Four Ways to Start Budgeting Right Now

    by Carol Wilson There is no such thing as a perfect budgeter. Each and every one of us feels a shade of remorse when we go a little overboard on our personal spending budgets. It's okay if you let yourself slip here and there; we can all recover from a few financial stumbles. The most important thing...
    Posted to Weblog by PamH on Fri, Aug 10 2012
  • Re: Are there Real Work at Home Opportunities??

    There are a lot of work at home Scams. I have checked them out for years. I found one, that is legit, I dont have to have parties, sell anything, carry inventory. It has free trainig, and the best mentoring team I've ever been associated with. It is marketing, with a company that is BBB accredited...
    Posted to Forum by Work at home Mom on Sun, Apr 1 2012
  • Another Story about Feeling Good using coupons

    Grocery store has cereal on sale this week, 4 for $4 for the General Mills brand. I had other manufacturer coupons which totaled $4.20. I ended up with 12 boxes of cereal for $.48/ea.
    Posted to Forum by Karen K on Sat, Jun 4 2011
  • What's Your Retirement Mindset?

    Do you need motivation to help you save for retirement? Here's a suggestion: try living for a month on nothing but your projected Social Security check. The reason this might work lies within the human brain. There's a big difference between what we know and what we do. Most of us intellectually...
    Posted to Weblog by Rick Kahler on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Are you spending too much and not saving enough?

    Hi my name is Ross Schneiderman and I'm a reporter for Newsweek. We're doing a story on to what extent Americans are saving more and spending less. I'm looking for people who, during the economic crisis, vowed to stop spending as much and start saving more, but have since struggled. If you're...
    Posted to Forum by Rmschneiderman on Fri, Nov 19 2010
  • Emergency fund: haves and have-nots

    I do not have an emergency fund. Whenever I save up a chunk of money, I seem to either have a household emergency (collapsing wall in basement, dog needs operation, roof is leaking) or use it to do some work on my ongoing home renovation. I am perfectly happy doing this and don't in any way feel...
    Posted to Weblog by Anne Cross on Sat, Jul 17 2010
  • Re: BOGO Half Off Cemetary

    I guess if we needed to rev up sales that would certainly be a tactic we would use. Cindy, death insurance is money paid out of your pocket - the consumer. Although it is an excellent idea to have pre-planning (takes the burden off your family) it is not always a good thing to have a pre-paid plan. Especially...
    Posted to Forum by Karen K on Fri, Apr 16 2010
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