I’m no longer anonymous – Blogging Anonymously or Publicly + MORE

I’m no longer anonymous – Blogging Anonymously or Publicly + MORE

I Don’t Think the Rain Will Ever End

– Financialblacksheep.com

I don’t know, maybe I lived in Colorado too long, but I swear the rain never ends.  When I first left Colorado on my new adventure, I left 80 degree days.  I then promptly hit rain at the state line … Continue reading →The post I Don’t Think the Rain Will Ever End appeared first on Financial Black Sheep…

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The following is a guest post from Joshua Rodriguez of CNA Finance. If you would like to submit a guest post, please consult our guest posting guidelines and contact us.
Today, I’d like to discuss a topic that becomes increasingly important as you reach for financial stability – credit scores…

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Limited Time Offer:  $50 Bonus on American Express Serve Prepaid CardAmerican Express is offering a limited time bonus on its Serve prepaid card. Until September 30, 2013, you can earn a $50 bonus for signing up for the card (it’s free) and setting up direct deposit (also free). To receive the $50 credit from Serve, you must:

successfully sign up for a new Serve Account,
activate your Serve Card,
successfully enroll in Direct Deposit that your employer participates in, and
receive a minimum of two qualifying Direct Deposit transfers of $250 or more to your Serve Account, the second of which must post on or before August 31, 2013…

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Versailles: A Tale of Ten KitchensVersailles: A Tale of Ten Kitchens
Club Thrifty – Stop spending. Start living.Dr. Mr & Mrs. Siegel,
My favorite reader, Brian, recently informed me that you’re moving ahead with construction plans on your obscenely large house near Orlando.  Kudos to you for your perseverance through such difficult times…

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Libraries are Amazing!

– savvyfinanciallatina.com/#&panel1-

I love, love, love books! Libraries have always been a safe haven for me. When I first came to the U.S., I refuged myself in the school’s libraries. I would check out 1 or 2 books a day and read them on top of doing my homework for school. Reading helped me improve my English and expand my imagination…

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I’m no longer anonymous – Blogging Anonymously or PubliclyLately, it seems like every single day someone who I know finds out about my blog. Now, EVERYONE knows, besides the people who I work with. I need to keep it that way for now…
I say that I’m no longer anonymous because all of my friends know, and because I am easy to search on Google. I’ve also started posting more and more pictures everyday…

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Loan Options for Retirees

– debtroundup.com

Loan Options for RetireesIf you are a senior citizen who is suffering from a shortage of money, you may find that you are having problems acquiring the right amount of finance through the normal channels. However, all is not lost, as a number of companies are starting to offer finance packages aimed at those people who are in their retirement years…

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Update on the Swans

– commoncentswealth.com

Last Thursday I posted some pictures of swans from my parent’s cabin.  After going back up there last weekend, I have an update to our lovely swans.  I don’t normally post on Tuesday’s, but I figured that some of you would enjoy the update.
Here is daddy trying to tell us to get away…

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As the recession has shown its tragic impact on global market, individuals, companies and business, everyone has been affected by it. Some have suffered loss in business, some companies close down, many employees become unemployed and who were on job were forced to work at lower package. On the other hand inflation in the basic …

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How To Integrate Your Finances As A CoupleFolks,
Sometimes one of the toughest things for couples to do is  merge their money.  That said, there are a few basic steps you can do to bring yourself and your partner on the same page.
The first thing to do is explore where you differ and where you are similar.  Taking time to discuss your financial perspectives should illustrate both your long term values and your long term emotional needs…

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Why Blogging is the Best Side Business

– moneylifeandmore.com

Why Blogging is the Best Side BusinessToday we welcome back our normal Tuesday contributor, Catherine Alford!
Maybe I’m biased, but I firmly believe that blogging is one of the absolute best side businesses out there. From the low start up cost to the fantastic community, I encourage everyone I know to try their hand at creating one…

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