Groupon #Coupons Review

Groupon Coupons Review-The Answer for (Non) Couponers

Could Groupon Coupons be Your Money Saving Salvation? I’m the best couponer ever, until I’m not. I’ll set up a couponing system, organize the coupons, and then place a mark on my shopping list to show which items can be bought with coupons. Sounds great doesn’t it? You’d think I save bundles by couponing. My Coupon Confession Here’s what really happens. I go to the grocery, and even with the coupons, some of the products are more expensive than the generic brands. So, I buy the generic and fo…

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behavioral finance money management tips

3 Behavioral Finance Tips – Stop Stealing From Yourself

Use Behavioral Finance to Build Wealth When you spend money on things that you don’t need, you are stealing from yourself. This may seem like obvious advice to some, but if we take a quick look at the consumer-driven society we live in, it is clear that this is exactly what all the stores want us to do: we have opportunities to open credit cards at every major clothing store (which doesn’t help you make the most of your credit cards!); we are pressured to buy the newest electronics whenever a…

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How to Create Financial Goals You'll Achieve

Create Financial Goals You’ll Achieve with Experian

How to Create Financial Goals- Experian Twitter #CreditChat with top Money Bloggers I was honored to be asked to host an Experian #CreditChat twitter event. For those unfamiliar with a twitter chat, it’s a twitter conversation on a particular topic where everyone is invited. The topic this week was: How to Create Financial Goals You’ll Achieve in 2015 True to my obsessive nature, I created my answers to the chat questions in advance. That way, I could cut and paste them right into the chat. I…

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Personal Finance Lessons – Part 1

Want to become inspired to improve your money life? Read about influencers who are changing the financial literacy and education landscape. Long term investors know that trying to beat the market is a fool’s game because the market always reverts to its mean. So if I could teach the kids to start early, and be happy with the historical average of around 8.5% return, then by the time they were older and had a family, they would thank me. And since long term buy-and-hold investing isn’t necessa…

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Frugal Confessions’ Amanda Grossman Tells All

Personal Finance Luminary Series Do you wonder how some people just seem more “money smart” than others? Do you know people who don’t make any more money than you do, but seem to live without money stress? There are those who seem to have the key to smart money management, living well, avoiding debt, and knowing the ways to avoid common money pitfalls. Amanda Grossman of the popular website, Frugal Confessions explains her “frugal decadence” money strategy. If you don’t learn something and be…

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