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Saturday, July 5, 2020
From In Cash Flow We Trust - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 3:12 pm ET
Good News-for all of you who have been wondering about the Yellowstone Club, the Playground Spat Is Resolved according to the Wall Street Journal. Edra Blixseth, who started the club with her husband, Tim, was ... (more)

From Don't Mess With Taxes - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 3:06 pm ET
Seeing as how it's still the 4th of July weekend and we're all still feeling so darn patriotic, I just had to post this wonderful Muppets rendition of that great march Stars and Stripes Forever (hat tip to Twitterer @JasonCalacanis). Anyone who's ever tried to "sing" it will definitely appreciate this version. ... (more)

From Pinching Pennies - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 3:01 pm ET
We have a larger emergency fund then Dave Ramsey recommends and we still have debt. We go back and forth about whether we should have less in savings and pay off more debt or keep ... (more)

From The Disciplined Investor - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 3:00 pm ET
Horowitz & Company has been named one of the Top Wealth Managers in the country by Wealth Manager Magazine. The announcement will appear in their July/August issue. Amazingly, 2008 marks another year that this ... (more)

From Nine Circles of Debt - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 3:00 pm ET
I've recently begun to rethink something that has been a basic part of my debt-reduction plan. It's right there in the sidebar of this blog, in the About Me section: "working my way out of ... (more)

Frugal Weekend (1 click)
From Finabguide's Personal Finance Blog - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 2:50 pm ET
Yesterday we did try for the THIRD time to go to our fave (albeit upscale) restaurant. We fed the kids first. Dh called to see when lunch was and no one answered, so he fed ... (more)

From In Debt Because I Like Nice Things - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 2:34 pm ET
First, I wanted to thank everyone who left comments for me yesterday. I really do appreciate all of the kind words!!! You guys are all right. Six months ago the impact would have been far ... (more)

From Monroe on a Budget - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 2:28 pm ET
Here is an example of advanced drugstore shopping: You are reading the sales fliers for sales of the week? Yes, I had to ask. There are people who don’t bother looking up what’s on sale before ... (more)

From Financial Rounds - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 2:14 pm ET
One of my original purposes in starting this blog was to create a place to keep track of things I came across that might be useful in my classes. I just found another ... (more)

From 1MansMoney - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 2:08 pm ET
Not only was June the 2nd month yet in which our net worth decreased, it was also our 2nd large month of expenses (click on spreadsheet below).We spent $8,610.66, but our income was only $6,324.00. ... (more)

From Not the Jet Set - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 2:02 pm ET
We've been busy this week - making a few updates here and there. We are also featured on five carnivals/festivals this week! This will be a shortened roundup, but be sure to take a ... (more)

From Watch My Money Maker - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 1:52 pm ET
I’ve decided that I need to do a roundup of ‘what caught my eyes’, but I’m going to do it in video format because I need to stretch my multi-media producing skills.  You’ll find the ... (more)

From Boston Gal's Open Wallet - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 1:52 pm ET
The Wall Street Journal reports: Number of Those Unemployed For at Least 6 Months Rises On Thursday, in a sign of further weakening of the labor market, the Labor Department said that nonfarm... [Head on over ... (more)

From Consumerist - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 1:30 pm ET
Saving money at the supermarket has never been more important or difficult thanks to the tag team threat of inflation and the Grocery Shrink Ray. Get Rich Slowly published 15 money-saving tips to help you ... (more)

From Give Me Back My Five Bucks - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 1:10 pm ET
So that means in the past 2 weeks, 3 people have quit. And since I've been here, 7 people have quit out of an office of 25 employees.Awesome. ... (more)

From AllFinancialMatters - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 1:04 pm ET
When you think of being “wealthy” what comes to mind? Playing 18 holes of golf on a weekday? Traveling abroad without having to worry what it will cost? Living in a big house and being able to hire help to take care of it? Wealth has traditionally been synonymous with leisure. [...] ... (more)

From The Simple Dollar - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 1:00 pm ET
About a week ago, my wife said (paraphrased), “We use a ton of websites to save ourselves a lot of money directly. Why don’t you write about those? You could just keep track of what sites you visit to save money over a week, how much they save, and whether or not this [...] ... (more)

From The Budget Fashionista - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 1:00 pm ET
poll by twiigs.com Continue reading "Biggest Beauty Regret: Daily Poll"... ... (more)

From Don't Mess With Taxes - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 12:53 pm ET
OK. Maybe not yet, but as I note in my latest Crazy Woman Driver column, my fellow crazy-like-a-fox women drivers are making inroads in the professional racing world. My motorsports epistle for the July issue of the trucker magazine Owner Operator (click the blurb at the top right of the cover) looks at how things... ... (more)

From Quest For A Million - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 12:52 pm ET
I just can’t seem to get it out of my head. Ever since I wrote my article on the costs of fuel efficiency, the subject has been on my brain. It creeps in during quiet ... (more)

From Bank Deals - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 12:50 pm ET
Washington Mutual just recently increased the yield on several of its Online CDs. The two most competitive rates are a 3.60% APY 8-month CD and a 4.00% APY 12-month CD. The 24-month and 36-month CDs ... (more)

From Finabguide's Personal Finance Blog - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 12:50 pm ET
The good news -- thanks to you kind people, I got $25 for my contest entry! The bad news -- I spent $10 for a deposit on WorldWinner (receiving a $10 match). I am now ... (more)

From Christian Personal Finance - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 12:35 pm ET
What is the Biblical way to get what you want? - “Want”, despite its appearance, is not a four-letter word. There is nothing wrong with wanting something, and wanting it badly. In fact, it seems that wanting something badly is almost a pre-requisite to asking God for anything. God is looking for a single-minded man or woman who will not accept anything but God’s best. ... (more)

From Personal Finance Analyst - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 12:34 pm ET
I introduced my bachelorette cousin to my attractive, available classmate.  I am not in the matchmaking business, but I knew that they would complement each other well.  They went on a few dates together… and ... (more)

From Breaking Even, Inc. - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 12:26 pm ET
The old money/time adage goes if you have one, you don't have the other. The money vs. time issue is one felt strongly about by many and can be debated for hours. I've seen a ... (more)

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