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Can LED Lights Save You Money?

July 8, 2014 7:41 AM0 comments

  There are two tried-and-tested ways to make your financial life a little easier. The first is to make more money, and the second is to save money. But whereas making more money isn’t always an option, saving money is easy when you start with your own home energy bills. […]

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Stay at home Moms are the key to unlocking financial freedom in families across the USA

July 7, 2014 10:54 AM0 comments

  Think about it.  Sure, you’re busy with the kids, running them around and you feel like you never stop, but you always have time for more.  That’s the key difference between us Stay at Home Moms and our main bread winning partners.  We can always fit more in.   So, […]

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Save Thousands Every Year with these 7 Household Hacks

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Save Thousands Every Year with these 7 Household Hacks

They say you need to spend money to make money and this holds true – not just in business situations, but also in your home life. You could be forking over hundreds or even thousands of dollars more than you really have to. Maybe it’s time to reevaluate your disposables, […]

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Online Car Title Loans: What to Look Out For

July 5, 2014 1:28 AM0 comments
Online Car Title Loans: What to Look Out For

  Just like any type of short term finance option, the car title loan industry is riddled with controversies. There have been umpteen stories of people falling into ridiculous amounts of debt but on the other side of the coin, there have also been numerous successful cases where the title […]

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Save Money by Installing Your Own Sliding Doors at Home

July 4, 2014 9:19 AM0 comments

Many homeowners will spend a fortune decorating and furnishing their homes. In many cases they could have saved a lot of this money by doing the work themselves,  but instead turned to a professional to complete the job. A good example of a task that can be done yourself is […]

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5 Android Apps that Help Manage Your Money

June 30, 2014 2:53 PM0 comments
5 Android Apps that Help Manage Your Money

The days when you needed a personal computer to manage your money are ending. Today’s Android devices run a growing number of apps that perform financial functions from calculating tips to managing your budget. Check There are apps that’ll alert you automatically when bills are due. Check goes a step […]

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Doing the Garden this Summer? How to Save Money on Garden Fencing

June 27, 2014 9:35 AM0 comments

New fencing is a great way to add value to your property. Gardens that are well-maintained and surrounded by high quality fencing are much more attractive to potential buyers, and fencing also lends the garden an air of privacy. However, fencing can be expensive and there are often significant labour […]

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Things You Shouldn’t Include in Your Last Will

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Things You Shouldn’t Include in Your Last Will

No matter how much money or property you have, it’s important to make sure everything you own is being handled the way you want it to be handled when you die This is why you should have a last will written before you pass. With everything that surrounds your will, […]

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When You Should Consider Credit Counseling

June 23, 2014 8:04 AM0 comments
When You Should Consider Credit Counseling

When your bills are getting out of control and you’re getting deeper and deeper into debt, it may be time to get help. That help can come in the form of credit counselors, who can analyze your situation and set you up with a workable solution that includes a debt […]

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American Apparel Outs Founder, CEO Dov Charney

June 20, 2014 10:30 PM0 comments
American Apparel Outs Founder, CEO Dov Charney

American Apparel Chief Executive Dov Charney’s highly sexualized lifestyle has cost him the company he created — and may close it. American Apparel (APP) outed its founder Dov Charney as chairman effective immediately and looking to fire him as CEO and president following the ongoing investigation into alleged misconduct. The […]

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