How Paying Your Bill With @MasterCard Could Win You $60,000

I am a member of the Collective Bias Social Fabric community.  I have been compensated to share my experience with you by Collective Bias and their client, MasterCard.  All opinions are my own and have not been influenced in any way. What would you do with $60,000?  I would pay for this year of law […]

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5 Tips to Help You Shop With Cash

A fiend of mine, Jen of Tip Resource, Wrote an article on “Cash or Debit“.  As I read this post I got to thinking about my history of using cash or our debit card. When we first started on our couponing and frugal journey we started off with using cash. I went from a $500 […]

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How We Do It: High Yeild Low Risk Accounts

photo credit: Patrick Hoesly If you are new to the series and you want to read the beginning of the story, see HERE. This is a topic I still don’t know a ton about, but I feel like I know enough about them to tell you that they are very helpful if you have money […]


How We Do It: Yearly and Bi-Yearly Savings Account

photo credit: Andrew Michaels If you are new to the series and you want to read the beginning of the story, see HERE. It is always the hardest to plan for the yearly and bi-yearly bills in your budget. If you decide to do a monthly amount to save up for them, how do you […]

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Guest Post: Lower Your Budget, Not Your Standards

One of the biggest myths in saving money is that you have to give up everything you love. How many budget experts or debt reduction specialists have told you to just give up your Starbucks each week and you’ll have money in the bank? While you can certainly save a ton of money by not […]

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