Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Critical Look at Your Finances: A budget you can live with Part III

So, you’ve been tracking your spending for a month.  Now it’s time to get the first look at your finances and to examine closely what you have spent your money on compared to what you have received.   This can … Continue reading

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4 Smart Self-Help Tips to Follow Before Opting for Debt Consolidation

Have you racked up a large amount on your credit cards? Are you carrying a huge balance on each of them? If you answered “Yes,” debt consolidation might be the perfect option for you. You might be wondering why, when … Continue reading

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The Danger of Debt: A Budget you Can Live With, part II:

The Danger of Debt. Being in debt is one of the most difficult life situations to escape from, which is one reason it’s worth it to make sure you don’t ever go there.  Debt can make you feel enslaved to … Continue reading

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How to Create a Budget You Can Live With, Part I

Now that we are nearly in the new year (how time flies!) and we’re almost through the buy-everything-in-sight-to-give-to-the-kids for Christmas period, it’s time to settle down and think about our finances. What you need is a budget you can live … Continue reading

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