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Today's Best of the Web Print E-mail
(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)
Personal Finance - Education
Written by livecheap staff   
Thursday, 02 September 2010 03:00

Here's today's best articles on the web:

  • 10 Things Money Managers Won't Tell You
  • 7 Strategies for Model Year-End Car Shopping
  • Breaking Up without Breaking the Bank
  • Why I Buy Local
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Today's Best of the Web Print E-mail
Personal Finance - Education
Written by livecheap staff   
Tuesday, 31 August 2010 03:00

Here's today's best articles on the web:

  • 6 Expenses to Ditch in Retirement
  • Getting Deals on Mobile Broadband
  • Watch Out for that New Credit Card Offer
  • 7 Worthless Excuses for Not Saving
Read more: Today's Best of the Web
 
It's Labor Day - Happy Frugal New Year Print E-mail
(6 votes, average 4.17 out of 5)
Personal Finance - Education
Written by the frugal nomad   
Tuesday, 31 August 2010 02:48

Happy New Year! It’s that time of the year when many of us are heading for new beginnings. For those working, the year really begins after you've refreshed yourself with an August vacation, not on January 1st. If you've gotten a little behind, September usually offers a launch pad to kick in your efforts before the end of the calendar year. If your a teacher or returning student, this really is the beginning of a new year and you have a fresh start with new faces.

So maybe this is the best time to make resolutions about how we’re going to try to improve our lives. I’ve got five generic resolutions that you’re welcome to make.

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Today's Best of the Web Print E-mail
Personal Finance - Education
Written by livecheap staff   
Monday, 30 August 2010 09:00

Here's today's best articles on the web:

  • Teaching Yourself How to Invest in A Downward Economy
  • The Folly of Subsidizing Unemployment
  • Some Banks Slash Their Overdraft Fees
  • How Expensive Will Food Get?
Read more: Today's Best of the Web
 
Big Things, Little Things: Can You Live Cheap By Just Focusing on One? Print E-mail
(5 votes, average 4.80 out of 5)
Personal Finance - Education
Written by Omie Ismail   
Let's start with the little things - saving on groceries, seeking out clearance clothing, getting  discounts at restaurants and making sure that you don’t pay late fees on your credit cards and bank accounts. Big_Things_Live_CheaplyThese are examples of the little things that often take up time, but collectively they add up to quite a bit of savings. Can you ignore these little things and just focus on the big stuff and still build up a huge nest egg? If you believe the “Big Things” camp, obsessing over the little things is a waste of valuable time. Not so, says the “Little Things” camp, if you watch the little things you buy and use on a daily basis, you will build up plenty of wealth even you don’t nail the 3 or 4 big things in life. Who’s right? Read on and find out.
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