Category Archives: Spending your money

Spending your money

Helpl to Navigate Airline Fees

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The travel arena is an area where some competition still exists, despite all the airline and hotel consolidation.  There are plenty of websites and apps to help you find the best deals and see reviews.  See my other travel blog posts here.  The airline industry is now the epitome of… Read more »

Money Management Tips for College Students

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A new college year has started and students are back on campus learning to balance study, fun, and work. They are gaining new independence and responsibility.  College is also the time when students start to practice real money skills, manage money while in college, and learn sound money management tips…. Read more »

Get Your FREE Money-Saving Ebook

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      My new book, “The Financial Guide to Life” is free on Amazon for three days:  8/14 – 8/16.  Get it for free while you can and take advantage of all the ways it can save you money, simplify your finances, improve your investing, get you out of… Read more »

New Money Management Book

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I can now announce that my new money management book is available for sale and it is better than FREE! It will pay you back with money savings tips, investing expertise, and advice on how to avoid paying full price. Save hundreds of dollars a month, simplify your finances, and… Read more »

Safest Cars for Teen Drivers

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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has new recommendations for the safest cars for teen drivers.  The stereotype of a car for a teen driver is a loud, muscle car, while the common reality may be an inexpensive, small used car.  However, teen drivers are among the most risky… Read more »

Money Checklists, Freebies, Tools, and Apps

Managing your finances well requires more than just applying sound financial principles.  I also like to use and share useful money checklists, tools, apps, and internet resources.   Today’s post includes a variety of these I have recently found.

How to Save Money on Groceries

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Groceries can be one of a family’s largest monthly expenses, but it is also the single easiest expense to save money.  There are so many ways to save that you could easily cut your grocery bill by one third.  Coupons are not the most important way to save money on… Read more »

Applying Financial Principles and Meetting Financial Goals

I discuss many personal finance principles in the Financial Guide To Life (FGTL) like reaching financial goals, but sometimes discussing theory can seem more theoretical than practical, or just too hard to actually do, like the latest diet trend.  So today’s post will be about applying financial principles and advice… Read more »

Saving Money Strategies – Comparison Shopping

Long-time readers will know that one of our key financial principles for saving money is to “avoid paying full price”.  See my posts that outline the basis strategies.  Now let’s explore some details and apps to save money more thoroughly.  Looking for sales is a great start, but you can do even… Read more »