Do You Have Life Insurance?

The first time I considered buying life insurance was when we moved out to the rural area we live in now.  We were living below poverty level for so many years that life insurance was nowhere on my radar until that time.  The main thing that prompted me was my long commute.  At the [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Lessons About Money You Will Learn in College

Finance (Photo credit: Tax Credits)

Today I have a guest post from Julian who blogs at  Frugaal, an online stock and forex broker comparison website. Julian runs the blog over at Frugaal and writes about a host of different topics to do with personal finance and frugality.

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My New Used Car – Almost Paid Off

In my last post I shared that the State of Arizona had intercepted our tax refund, thankfully the problem was resolved quickly. The balance remaining ($421) landed in our checking account last Friday, so I did not pursue charging them for fees, interest or penalties.

I had originally planned for our tax refund to [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

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