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Slashing Grocery Bills Slashing Grocery Bills
by Rachael Paxton
I used to not pay attention to grocery prices much at all. I have never been one to spend excessively, and have always been pretty good about only getting what's on my shopping list (a necessity!), but it took me awhile to realize that I could save some extra money if I started paying a little more attention to grocery price variations.
 
Survey Results: Are you Organized?
by Scott Bilker
Are you organized? I am with some stuff, like the finances, but in other areas I need to improve (like the garage). Being organized is surely the key to success in any undertaking so I wonder just how organized we think we are...
 
DebtSmart Email Newsletter: 11/20/02
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In This Issue; Cool Quote; Letter from the Publisher; 9 Steps to Get Organized For Financial Success; Household Math™: Which Sale is Better?; Survey: How Organized Are You? Wanting a Newer Car Holiday Special Bad Customer Service Eight Steps to Tackle the Money-Saving Process (Part 8) Slashing Grocery Bills; DebtSmart Resources; Subscribe/Disclaimer Information
 
Wanting a Newer Car Wanting a Newer Car
by Gary Foreman
My husband and I are in quite a bit of credit card debt and my husband wants a newer car. He says that his car won't last two more years. We are trying to save a little bit but we don't have any money to put down on a car. We have money to pay our bills which is not the problem. We just don't have a whole lot of money left over after paying our bills. What would you suggest we do about this situation?
 
Bad Customer Service Bad Customer Service
by Chris Peruzzi
July 14th, 2002 I got a call yesterday at 8:AM. I don't like getting calls at 8:AM at work or at home. Obviously, there's nothing I can do about the work calls but the home calls, I'd like to think that this is an open invitation to be rude...
 
Which credit cards look better on your credit report? Which credit cards look better on your credit report?
by Scott Bilker
I have been told that certain credit cards (e.g. Capital One, Cross Country, and others like those) do not carry a lot of weight on your credit report. I was always under the impression that all credit cards carried the same weight. What is the truth?
 
DebtSmart Email Newsletter: 11/6/02
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In This Issue; Cool Quote; Letter from the Publisher; Which Credit Cards Look Better on Your Credit Report; Household Math™: Future Savings; Survey: Best Buying Decision Budget Baby Steps Immediate Access to Your Credit Score How Do You Get Over $7,000 In One Year Not Working Eight Steps to Tackle the Money-Saving Process (Part 7) Unsolicited Mail; Telemarketing and Email: Where To Go To "Just Say No"; DebtSmart Resources; Subscribe/Disclaimer Information
 
How do you get over $7,000 in one year NOT working? How do you get over $7,000 in one year NOT working?
by Tawara Kellam
Many of us feel overwhelmed by debt and don't know how to start climbing out of it. For others it's a misconception that the more money you earn the easier it is to save. My husband and I paid off $20,000 of credit card debt and medical bills in 5 years on an average income of $22,000 a year. Here is how you can save over $7,000 in just one year cutting a few things from your...
 
Household Math™: Future Savings  Household Math™: Future Savings 
by Scott Bilker
Kelly wins $25,000 in the lottery and decides to put this money away for the future. She deposits the cash in a money market fund and expects to earn an average of 4% for 10 years. Kelly's younger sister, Audrey, wants to accumulate the same amount of money as Kelly in 10 years but Audrey doesn't have $25,000 lying around. Audrey decides to make monthly deposits at the same bank as Kelly and she expects the same rate of return. How much does Audrey have to deposit each month to have the same amount as Kelly in 10 years?
 
Budget Baby Steps Budget Baby Steps
by Tammy Harrison
You are a two-income family, sharing and spreading the wealth amongst yourselves. All of a sudden, baby one comes along, and you find your heart pulled in a different direction than you ever imagined. Your emotions run high, and you make a decision that will change your life and the life of your family forever -- you quit your job and your checkbook has a heart attack!
 
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