July 2011

ShareTweet After months of posturing and finger pointing, it appears that the Republican led House, the Democratic led Senate, and the White House have finally come to an agreement on raising the debt ceiling and slashing Federal spending, just days before the country was due to run out of its money.  Assuming the deal passes […]

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More Less Than Extreme Couponing Tips

by Justin Weinger on July 31, 2011

ShareTweet In continuing with my new obsession – and hopefully yours as well – I thought I would write more about some less-than-extreme couponing tips that I think will help you save hundreds of dollars per week and thousands of dollars per year. Considering the economy is growing at a much slower than expected pace, […]

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ShareTweet For many years leading up to the real estate bubble, it was almost unheard of to purchase a home without at least a 20% down payment. This was the bank’s way of making sure you had adequate skin in the game and started off with enough equity that, if you ran into payment problems, […]

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The Best Websites to Find Free Stuff Online

by Justin Weinger on July 27, 2011

ShareTweet Everyone loves getting free stuff, especially when it’s stuff you either currently use, or would like to try but just don’t feel like wasting money on something that is unproven to you. That’s why the following websites are so awesome. Now, don’t get too excited, it’s not as if these sites are offering you […]

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