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Happiness in frugality Happiness in frugality
by Doris Dobkins
Are you speaking for real or is the title of this article an oxymoron? How could anyone be happy denying themselves all of life's pleasures and being frugal? Take a moment to read the quote below:
 
Thanksgiving Quiz Thanksgiving Quiz
by Richard Crammer
Test your knowledge of this favorite American holiday!
 
Harassing Collection Calls Harassing Collection Calls
by Gary Foreman
Dear Dollar Stretcher, My husband and I have one credit card debt to the tune of about $3,500. I cancelled the account so we can't charge any more. We have been making payments of $100 every month, which is well below the minimum payments that the credit card company requests. They call nearly every day, most often more than once...Is there any way we can stop the phone calls? Are we breaking the law by not paying the entire minimum payment?
 
Car Salesmen: Here Come the Vultures! Car Salesmen: Here Come the Vultures!
by Craig Kimmel
Whenever I go shopping for a car, the salesmen are always on top of me like vultures! How do I handle the first contact with these salesman so I don't look like an easy target?
 
Cut Your Future Holiday Bills In Half Cut Your Future Holiday Bills In Half
by Gregory Thomas
Most of us have a certain number of holidays that we celebrate each and every year. That means quite a number of extra "gifts" that will need to be purchased for family and friends. In a bit, you will learn exactly when to get the best bargains on holiday merchandise, and how you can save quite a bit off your "gift" shopping bills.
 
Giving Up Your Rights--Without Knowing It! Giving Up Your Rights--Without Knowing It!
by Scott Bilker
If you have a Capital One credit card, then I highly recommend you read this entire article! I just received a letter from Capital One informing me that "enclosed is an important legal notice regarding arbitration" and I need to "read the entire notice to fully understand its implications" to my account.
 
DebtSmart Email Newsletter 11/21/01
by DebtSmart Email Newsletter
In This Issue; Advertisers Cool Debt Statistic; DebtSmart Resources; Letter from the Publisher; Your Comments Thanksgiving Quiz Giving Up Your Rights--Without Knowing It! Car Salesmen: Here Come the Vultures! Harassing Collection Calls Cut Your Future Holiday Bills In Half Happiness in Frugality Review of "Living Within Your Means--The Easy Way"; Subscribe/Disclaimer Information
 
Kicking the Worry Habit Kicking the Worry Habit
by Michael Angier
I used to worry all the time. I worried about livestock disease. I worried about getting bank loans. I worried about the buying price of grain and the selling prices of livestock. I worried about not having enough money. I was unhappy, fatigued and irritable. It had become a disease. And then I...
 
DebtSmart Email Newsletter: 11/7/01
by DebtSmart Email Newsletter
In This Issue; Advertisers Cool Debt Statistic; DebtSmart Resources; Letter from the Publisher; Survey Quiz Collection of Question and Answers What About Ben Franklin? Debt Collection The Three Little Pigs: Your Child and Money Kicking the Worry Habit Review of "Living Within Your Means--The Easy Way"; Subscribe/Disclaimer Information
 
Debt Collection Debt Collection
by Gary Foreman
Dear Dollar Stretcher, I had an outstanding judgment against me for $1,000 to pay off an apartment lease that was broken when my ex-husband and I divorced. The total amount owed prior to the judgment was $1,700. The third-party collector who's been calling me insists that I pay that amount. The court said I owe $1,000 which has been paid in full. What can I tell the collector to make him go away?
 
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