These are a look at some of the many products and books reviewed…

How To Use Evernote: 21 Creative Uses

21 creative uses for #Evernote

Evernote is free desktop download that works like a large reference file. I like to call it my “external brain.” What is great about this application is that you can store documents, photos, and webpages all in the same place. Everything is keyword searchable. What is really cool is that any text that appears in your photos is also keyword searchable inside Evernote. If you are new to Evernote, here is a list of 21 ways how you can use Evernote to get you better organized this year:

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Medi-Share Review: A Christian Health Insurance Alternative

I have now been using Medi-Share (the Christian health insurance alternative) for over 4 years and can point out the pros and cons of using them in lieu of health insurance. I won't get into all the details here, but I will say that my family saves hundreds of dollars over traditional health insurance . . .

Medi-Share is a christian health insurance alternative that actually is a lot cheaper than traditional health insurance… here are the pros and cons…

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Get 10% Cashback at Amazon Just By Using This Credit Card

This is a simple hack that can easily save you 10% at Amazon! All you need to do is get this credit card and then you will be on your way to saving 10% at Amazon!

Are you already getting stressed about shopping in the upcoming Christmas season? If you are, we’ve got some good news on a package deal that can save you a lot of cash. The Discover It credit card is offering one of those too-good-to-pass-up bonus offers, and they’ve teamed up with, just in time for […]

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Best Financial Books for under $1

The best financial books that you can get for under a $1

In the case of this article, I picked out five of the best personal finance books out there that you can get for less than a buck. I wouldn’t say that these are necessarily the five best financial books written, but they are all very popular and have proved themselves to be worth something – even if it is only a buck! 😉

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If You Only Read 5 Financial Books Your Entire Life, Make Sure These 5 Are Included

There are all kinds of lists that will proclaim this or that book to be the top financial book available. But we’re going to take a different approach here. Our list is going to focus on the books that are a benefit to you in five fundamental areas: Getting out of debt Changing your attitude […]

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Swagbucks Review (+6 Great Ways I Made Money With It)

6 ways to make money with Swagbucks

Swagbucks is a site that allows you to earn cash/rewards in a variety of ways. I’ve used them off and on over the last few years, and am now just getting around to writing a thorough review of them.

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How to Connect Your Phone & Your Car to Save Hundreds on Gas

I just found out about a cool little tool called Automatic that allows you to connect your car and your phone providing you a lot of very cool information like: How much fuel you are using and tips to improve your driving Where your car is located – great for when you get lost in […]

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What Is AARP And Is Membership Worth The Cost? (Important Facts)

is an AARP membership worth it? A look at the benefits and why you should just admit that you are now 50 and enjoy the perks!

When my husband started getting membership applications from AARP around his 49th birthday, he was the laughing stock of the family. “Ha, ha, dad,” the kids would jeer. “You’re officially old.” Not wanting to admit his advancing years, he threw the offers in the trash . . . .

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MoneyWell Review | Envelope Budgeting Software


Over the past four years or so I’ve been using proactive envelope budgeting software called MoneyWell. It’s available on the Mac platform and there’s a companion app called MoneyWell Express for iPhone and iPod touch. Here’s what you need to know about it!

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Personal Capital Review

Personal Capital is an online personal finance tool that allows you to track all of your finances (budget, bank accounts, credit cards, and investments) all in one place. Best of all, it’s free! Here are some benefits as well as what you should know before you sign up.

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Betterment: The simplest way to start investing today

Investing can be a challenging part of money management. Whether you’re trying to learn the basics of stock investing, or invest in mutual funds, it can be confusing to understand important concepts of risk and return. Betterment is a personal investing account that aims to make investing and saving simple for people and they do a nice job of it.

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Renting College Textbooks?

College Textbooks

I still remember being frustrated at having to spend $150 on a college textbook that I would look at for a few months and then never open it again. After doing this a couple semesters, I finally realized that I could resell them on Amazon and make a bit of my money back. But renting textbooks – now that’s an idea!

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Review of A Grocery eCoupon Service


According to their website, “SavingStar is the first national, fully digital, grocery eCoupon service, available for free.” I signed up with a couple months ago to give them a try. It’s not what you would think when you hear “coupon site” . . . .

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Manilla Review: An Easy Way to Manage Your Bills


Struggling keeping track of all your bills? Try Manilla! Manilla is a free online tool that helps keep your bills and other statements organized. When you create your Manilla profile, you’re able to sync up with over 1,300 providers to manage your phone, cable, credit card, bank, investment, and many other kinds of statements all in one place.

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