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9 Financial Core Values to Live By

We all have our own set of core values in life. Work hard. Be loyal. Don’t lie. Have a positive attitude… But have you thought about your financial core values? Here are mine: 1. AVOID ALL DEBT Long before I paid ...

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Does Restaurant.com Really Save You Money?

I considered naming this post “When a gift certificate isn’t really a gift certificate.” It’s been a few years since I’ve used Restaurant.com, the website that offers gift certificates to neighborhood eateries at a discounted price. On its website, they advertise ...

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Part 2: 15 Quick and Easy Ways to Save

Special welcome to visitors from ClarkHoward.com! This is part two of my Quick Fixes series. If you haven’t read part one, click here. I put together these posts because I know you’re passionate about saving money, but you want results– now. ...

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Part 1: 15 Quick and Easy Ways to Save

Suffering from savings fatigue? Here’s a quick fix. I’ve put together a list of things you can do in 15 minutes or less to save thousands of dollars every year. Follow these and you’ll be on your way to reaching ...

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Fly Spirit Airlines and Dodge the Pesky Fees

Spirit is a scrappy airline that keeps attracting new customers despite being named the worst airline in the United States, according to a Consumer Reports list.  Spirit prides itself on ultra-low fares, but at what cost? I flew Spirit six times within ...

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How I Destroyed an $86,000 Mortgage in 2 Years

Most people who visit this blog want to know how I paid off my mortgage in 2 years. Below, you’ll find answers to some frequently asked questions. You may also be interested in 6 STEPS TO MORTGAGE FREEDOM, a comprehensive post about ...

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The OTHER Way to Save 15% on Car Insurance

We’ve all seen the commercials. You know, 15 minutes can save you 15 percent on car insurance. I happen to be a customer of that company, but it hasn’t always been that way. I shop around for insurance every six months ...

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