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  • Blog Post: The Debt Diva’s Recommended Reading: April 15, 2011

    Happy Friday! Below are some of my favorite tips from the past week as well as some great articles and other ways to save. Have a great weekend and stay frugal! Did you know that dog treats have almost the exact same ingredients as dog food? Instead of paying more for bones, try keeping an extra stash...
  • Blog Post: The Debt Diva’s Recommended Reading: March 25, 2011

    Happy Friday, my frugal friends! Here are some of my great tips from the past couple of weeks as well as some great reading for the weekend. Did you know that boneless chicken breasts give you 4 servings per pound, while bone-in breasts give you only 2.5? Make sure to consider the amount you won't be...
  • Blog Post: Five Resolutions You Can Make to Change Your Financial Future in 2011

    Happy New Year! I love new beginnings, and the New Year always provides an opportunity for a fresh start. I have two resolutions this year – to increase my emergency savings fund and to improve my organizational skills. No more messy desk and laundry piled up for me!Related Posts: This is a great...
  • Blog Post: The Wallet Whisperer

    What you keep in your wallet can help you become debt free. Your wallet offers a peak into your lifestyle. Open it up. What do you see? Credit cards galore? No cash? Hmmm...sounds like a recipe for a debt disaster. If your goal is to pay down your debt and live within your means, it's time to re...
  • Blog Post: Simple Secrets to Disputing a Charge on your Credit Card

    Having an unexpected or incorrect charge on your credit card can be a time-consuming headache to resolve, but there are simple steps you can take to tackle this problem. I wanted to share a great success story from my friend Beth Edwards Raynor that offers many helpful tips on working with your creditors...
  • Blog Post: The Credit Card Dilemma

    One of the questions I receive most often about debt management is, "I have too many credit cards, and I'd like to close some of them. But I'm not sure which ones to close, and I'm worried about it negatively affecting my credit score. What should I do?" There are many positive...
  • Blog Post: Managing Your Credit Wisely

    While most of us strive to live a debt free lifestyle, there are times when we need to have access to credit, and the ability to pay for large purchases over an extended period of time. Credit is a valuable financial tool; however, consumers must use it responsibly to avoid getting in over their heads...
  • Blog Post: Creditors Gotcha

    Yep, it finally appeared in my mailbox. I wondered how long it would take. My credit card company sent me a lovely little letter (note: sarcasm) to let me know they are "making some changes" to my account "in response to new market conditions, new laws and regulations, and our increasing...
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    Many of us would rather spend an evening with Freddie Kruger in a dark alley than open our latest 401K statement. The financial fiasco facing the US economy has all of us shaking in our boots wondering just how much stress our bank accounts can take. With all the banking and economic industry jargon...
  • Blog Post: One Option to Conquering Your Debt: Self Help Never Felt So Good!

    So you realize you’re in too deep with your debt. What are you going to do? The good thing is there are several solutions, but they all take action on your part to successfully become debt free. Your first and most important option is to help yourself out of the situation you’ve gotten yourself into...
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