Monthly Archives: November 2009

Working with Old Photos – My Mom’s Christmas Gift

I have spent the last two days working on some old photos.  My Grandma passed away two years ago, and my mom let me have all of Grandma’s photos so I could put together a memory book. Before I go any further, I don’t think any of my family reads my blog, I only know of one sister who I accidentally commented on her blog using my Mrs. Accountability account. So dear sister, if you are reading my blog, maybe… Read the rest

Arizona’s Charitable and School Tax Credits

This post has been updated for 2010. Please visit the new post Arizona’s Working Poor and School Tax Credits for updated information.OUT OF DEBT AGAIN is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to AMAZON.COM. OUT OF DEBT AGAIN is an affiliate for several companies and may be compensated through advertising and marketing channels. This post may contain affiliate… Read the rest

Friday Favorites, November 27, 2009

I haven’t done this in a while, and since I didn’t participate in any blog carnivals this week I thought I’d mention some favorites I found at a couple of the carnivals this week: Carnival of Money Stories hosted by Mighty Bargain Hunter Wow, Good Financial Cents REALLY loves In-n-Out Burgers!  He manages to come up with an entire post on all the wonderful things about this burger joint.  I have to agree, they ARE delicious! My favorite is the… Read the rest

Prescription Solutions: Get Your Medical Prescriptions Cheaper

My health insurance provider contracts with Prescription Solutions for its prescription drug benefits.  I am on a prescription medication to control my asthma, and Prescription Solutions allows me to order a three month supply at one time.  I love this service for two reasons: it saves me time, and money. My co-pay is $20, and I only have to pay for two of the refills.   If I refill through a local pharmacy, I have to pay $20 for each refill,… Read the rest