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    Money-Saving Apps for Your Smartphone

    Here’s a list of money-saving apps for your smartphone. Check them out and let us know what you think in a comment below. Appsfire – available for Android and iPhone Cost to download: FREE An app for apps! Receive the best deals on top apps....

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    15 Things You Should Never Buy Full-Price – as featured in the Business Insider

    In honor of America Saves Week, here’s an interesting piece which lists 15 items you should never purchase at full-price. From theater tickets to electronics, the article details several items and provides many helpful resources and links. Read the full article here. Mandi Woodruff reports, 2/9/2012. [Image credit: Mark Hillary]

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    How to Eliminate the Heavy Debt

    We covered a few steps to take before diving into your debt in our previous blog post. Now it’s time to get into the nitty gritty of things. We hope all of you are ready. Look at what you owe Compile your most recent credit...

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    The First Do’s for Eliminating Debt

    Every year we promise ourselves to be financially savvier and smarter than the previous. We’ve all had the hard talk with ourselves “I’m going to be good, I’m going to stop using my credit card or debit card so much”,  or in my case, “I’ll...

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    7 Financial New Year’s Resolutions You Should Keep – as featured in AOL’s DailyFinance

    Are you hoping to put your finances in order this year? Well, read on to learn about a few financial new year’s resolutions to give 2012 a prosperous jumpstart. Click here to read the entire article. Sheryl Nance-Nash reports, 12/29/2011.

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    Here Are 5 Things To Put On Your End-Of-Year Checklist – as featured in the Business Insider

    Start the new year right with these few tips which include everything from reserving that New Year’s Eve dinner to canceling month-to-month subscriptions. Let’s make 2012 a better financial year. Read the entire article here, 12/27/2011.

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    Be Merry: 2011 Holiday Guide

    The extra chilly nights, the 60 and low 70 degree weather while the palm trees continue to sway – this can only mean one thing for us Californians, the holidays are here! In order to make things a little brighter and merrier, here’s a quick...

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    Cost of Christmas: Are Live Trees or Artificial the Better Deal? – as featured in AOL’s DailyFinance

    What kind of Christmas tree will your family purchase this year? The American Christmas Tree Association states that artificial trees “cost an average of $100 and can save consumers 70% over a 10-year period, the average life span of an artificial tree.” The National Christmas Tree...

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    Credit or DEBT? Choose to Shop Smart

    Let’s talk about credit cards. Yeah, we know… it’s a love/hate relationship, especially during the holidays. It’s so tempting and easy to get caught up in charging all or most seasonal expenses. You’ll pay the credit card off later right? A new report states that Americans...

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