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Family Spending Without Sacrificing

Hey Ladies! Today's post was written for you by my frugal-fabulous friend Debby McGrew. Debby writes for Debt.org, America’s Debt Help Organization. Take it away D.... The decision to go on a budget can be a very unpopular one in your family. No one wants to give up the fun things that make life enjoyable, but a […]

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Financial Fear: What Would You Do Without it?

  Hey Sis-Star, We all suffer from financial fear, right? Question. What would you do if you weren't afraid? This morning I was on my best friend's FB page and I saw this video (below). It really made me think. As women, were are particularly susceptible to fear, especially financial fear. For example, although I own my own […]

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Pay Off Debt in 7 Steps and Still Maintain Your Lifestyle

 Hey Ladies! By show of hands, how many of you want to pay off debt? That many huh? No worries, so do I and so does just about everyone you know. Unfortunately, debt is a way of life for many women. I didn’t want that to be my life, so I created a 7-step, pay off debt system that […]

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30 Things Every Woman Should Know About Money

Laaaaaaadies! Need financial help? Good.  I've made just about every financial mistake you can think of: over-drafting, bad checks (accidentally), bank account closed (by the bank), reports to Chexsystems, low credit score, having a ton of credit cards (20, at my peak), pre-foreclosure, high-credit card debt, late student loan payments, investment scams (I was the […]

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How to Retire: 5 Steps to Begin Saving for Retirement in Your 20s

Hey Ladies! This guest post was written by Jason Bushey (a new frugal-fun friend of mine). Jason runs the day-to-day operations for the personal finance website Creditnet.com. Jason, take it away.... How to retire isn't usually a question you hear from most 20 year olds. But it's a great question! Here (unfortunately) is the most popular question: Why should […]

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3 Ways to Fix Your Finances After Going Bankrupt

Hey Sis-Star! If you're reading this article, you're probably feeling not-so-great about your current financial state. Maybe you just went bankrupt, maybe you're really close to going bankrupt (or close enough). Whatever your situation, I'm here to offer my financial help. It's my passion to help women get back on track. I'm no stranger to financial […]

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