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5 Tips That Will Save You More Money

by Mike on June 21, 2012

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Everyone loves to save money, and what better time to save money than right now! Check out these five easy money saving tips that you can do in less than an hour, and possibly save yourself hundreds of dollars per year! Check Your Bank Bank rates are changing all the time. When was the last […]


In the United States, 11% of people under the age of 30 live alone (U.S. News). I lived alone for two years when I was in graduate school, and I loved the experience. However, living alone, especially in an urban area, can be expensive. If your budget is tight, there are ways to live alone […]


How To File a Lawsuit When You Have No Money

by Mike on February 27, 2012

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You hope the day never comes when you need to file a lawsuit, but something could arise when it becomes your only options. For example, you could have been in a car accident, or the victim of medical negligence, or even in a dispute with your employer that you’ve been unable to resolve. There are […]


I recently wrote about GAP insurance, so if you are unfamiliar with what GAP is, I recommend reading that article first! If you find yourself in a position where you need to file a GAP claim (financed vehicle is underwater and totaled), you need to keep up with paperwork or be prepared to chase it […]

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Can I Afford to Give an Offering?

by Mike on March 3, 2010

“The only investment I ever made which has paid consistently increasing dividends is the money I have given to the Lord.” – J.L. Kraft, head of the Kraft Cheese Corporation When mapping out financial priorities, some may ask “when is the best time to start giving?” Is it after the debt is paid off, when […]


Should I Hurry to Pay off My Student Loans

by Mike on February 12, 2010

I am NOT a fan of debt, so why in the world wouldn’t I pay off my student loan with “gazelle like” intensity? The screenshot below will explain why I considered a less than aggressive payment strategy for my student loans. Think back to 2002-2003, college consolidation loans hit an all time low interest rate. […]