My Money Story - The Thirties

I was a stay at home mom, living on welfare and food stamps for the next five years. I was very frugal during that time. Once again I went without a car for three years because mine broke down and I couldn’t afford to fix it without credit cards. I had accrued most of [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Progress Report

Sometimes I don’t think we’re doing as good as we could, and start to feel down about our progress. Here are some things I concentrate on that keep me focused on the positive.

Mr. Accountability has started to watch Dave Ramsey on television each evening. I haven’t read his book, but PFers speak about [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Transferring Credit Balances to That 0% Credit Card

More research on transferring the two cards to one. I received an offer in the mail and it looks like a good deal. Some of the relevant fine print:

No annual fee 0% APR on balance transfers for 12 months 9.99% fixed APR on balance transfers after 12 months Transfer fee 3% of amount [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Monthly Report December 2007

All right, time for true confessions… here’s what December looked like. Actually I had it figured out last weekend, but didn’t have a chance to convert my Quicken Report into Excel and analyze it, make the pretty screenshot and all that.

Luckily we received some gift money in December. Mr. Accountability’s mother promised that [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

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