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10 Ways to Make Money in a Recession

December 24, 2008

Recession got you down?  Money tight?  Here are 10 quick ways to make some extra coin: Take part in a healthcare study (check Craigslist or your local paper): most of these should not require that much time on your part. Sell your extra stuff on e-bay or Craigslist:  one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. […]

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Does Your Employer Have An Emergency Fund?

April 22, 2008

If you are reading this blog, you are probably a financially savvy person.  Therefore, you already know the benefits of having an emergency fund set aside for unforeseen financial emergencies. Many financial experts, including Dave Ramsey recommend that you set aside money in an easily accessible account of, at least, three to six months of […]

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Carpooling Tips

April 20, 2008

I’m about to start back to school for a graduate program that will have me traveling about 400 miles – round trip – per week. Since my daily work commute is about two miles, I haven’t really felt the higher gasoline prices as much as others that have to fill up on a regular basis. […]

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Keep a Backup Wallet

March 21, 2008

I got this great tip from a portion of a post that Tim Ferris (author of The Four Hour Work Week) did titled: How to Fly Without ID and Skip Lines. I recommend reading the entire post, as it contains some great information, but I want to focus on something he mentioned toward the end […]

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