10 Ways to Stay Debt-Free this Christmas Without Ruining the Fun

Today’s guest post comes from a reader and now contributor Patrica Sanders.  Patricia is a financial content writer. She has been praised for her effective financial tips that can be followed easily in her blog, “Your Cardinal Point”.  Her passion for helping people who are stuck in financial problems has earned her recognition and honor …

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Mint vs Personal Capital: Why you actually want BOTH.

Budget App

Disclaimer: I’m an affiliate of Personal Capital so I may receive a commission if you sign up and link an investment accounts over a certain amount.   You may receive a call from Personal Capital soliciting you to try their paid services but you’re not required to sign up. If you’ve followed many money management sites …

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Earnings from Three Months of Blogging

Tell anyone you’ve started a blog and you’ll inevitably get the question about how much money you’re making blogging.    It’s pretty straightforward to answer how much money I made THIS MONTH.  But it’s not easy to determine how much money you CAN make from blogging or how much you’re likely to earn in the …

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A Review of Mint for Budgeting and Cash-flow Monitoring

Gone are the days where Quicken, MS Money, or Excel are your best options for keeping a watch on your cash.  Quicken still exists and Excel is always going to be an exceptionally powerful analysis tool, but for a FREE online tool, it’s hard to beat Mint (I think Intuit saw the writing on the …

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