How to cut food bills in half!


I’m constantly driven to find ways to save money and cutting your food bills in half is not as difficult as you might think. Of course you still want to make sure that your diet and nutrition is healthy and to discuss dieting with a doctor or nutritionist can even be helpful in reducing food costs. Here are a few options that I’ve tried in my own life: Make a list of nutritious food that...

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Labor day weekend 2014 Money


I’m sure you of all people know that America has few days off each year. We’ll Labor day here in the USA is a big day for all of us that can take at least one day off after summer to do whatever we want.  No matter how you choose to use your long weekend it will most likely involve spending some cash. Sales targeting consumers on labor day weekend 2014 Whether you’ve been thinking about...

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Learning an excel bills due spreadsheet.


Since making my own excel monthly bills due spreadsheet I’ve been able to stay on track with payments and know in advance when I need money.  By taking a few minutes to get started with excel can be a real life changing opportunity and an easy way to keep track of your monthly expenses.  If you are new to excel than it will require more effort than those if you that are more experienced in...

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Why to avoid revolving credit card debt


Credit card cash can be an enticing option for those seeking loans or for those that are looking for some money to get by with until their next paycheck. However, the underlying issue related with revolving credit card debt is the very fact that it is revolving and many times comes at a higher interest rate than you are paying with your purchases. Cash from credit cards comes at a higher interest rate It is...

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