March 1st, 2013
Link Roundup: My Secret Weapon In the Fight Against Grocery Overspending
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My Secret Weapon In the Fight Against Grocery Overspending “What am I now doing differently that makes me so confident I’m right on budget? I’ve been using a weapon that we likely all have in our homes. If you have a cell phone you certainly have one of these.” Enemy of Debt
5 Tips to Immediately Increase Your Net Worth “There are two main ways one can increase net worth: by increasing our assets, such as cash, or decreasing our debts, such as credit card bills. The following tips touch on both of these points to show how to increase net worth right away.” Personal Finance Anaylst
Secrets of Thrift Shopping “One of the secrets to getting out of debt is keeping your spending (and costs) low. Many of us turn to second-hand items to keep costs low. Here are a few ground rules for an optimal thrifting experience.” Debt Kid
Confessions of a Shopaholic – Part 1 “Something I have always struggled with, and I doubt I am alone – when and what NOT to buy instead of when and what TO buy. It seems as though every time I leave the house I end up returning with a purchase I never intended to make…This year, my goal is to shop less, therefore spend less and save more. Here’s my plan.” The Millionaire Nurse Blog
Want to Save Money? Reduce Your Waste “One of the sad realities of modern living is that we live in a consumer society where almost everything is disposable. Unfortunately, this can lead to spending more money over time. If you want to get more value for your money, and live better, consider reducing your waste.” Being Frugal
The KISS Credit Card Strategy “With the average American household owing nearly $16,000 in credit card debt, I think we can all benefit from the KISS credit card strategy. If you are an engineer, I’m sure you know about the KISS principle. This principle states that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complex. KISS = Keep It Simple! Here is my KISS credit card strategy.” Retire by 40
7 Reasons to Have Multiple Bank Savings Accounts – Pros & Cons “The best way to ensure that you build wealth and avoid debt is to diligently plan and save as much money as possible for both future needs and desires. However, exactly how you handle your savings can depend greatly upon your financial habits. Some financial experts recommend setting up a simple savings account tied to your checking account, while others advocate opening multiple accounts to be used for various savings targets.” Money Crashers
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