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This is to cover those who have major health problems, and it has has high deductibles and low monthly premiums, right? Well, if you don't have a job now and no current health insurance, you may need to getting a catastrophic health insurance coverage plan.

1 year, 6 months ago on Catastrophic Health Insurance: Is it right for you?

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This is crazy! It's even crazier that there are actually people who tried to do these. Not sure which is worse, the arsonist or the marijuana case. Lol

1 year, 6 months ago on The 14 Weirdest Tax Write Offs, They Were Asking for an IRS Audit

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This is a good way to earn extra money especially if you have some time to spare. You just got to learn how to manage your time so that you can deliver your services well online.

1 year, 6 months ago on How to Make Money With an Online Tutoring Job

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That’s really nice. I would like to travel abroad too. To travel or to do volunteer work, whatever. As long as I get to go to a new country, experience new culture, eat weird and new foods.

1 year, 7 months ago on What You Need to Do to Prepare for Volunteer Work Abroad

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That's weird. But hey, it's America. There are a lot of much weirder stuff I've seen and "herd" than renting a cow. lol

1 year, 7 months ago on Rent A Cow and Save on Taxes, Tax Loophole

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Actions have consequences. If you are willing to accept, and make up for it, then go. Come to think about it, it is your own money after all. Borrow them if you like. Just be sure that you are aware of the cost and you won’t complain or regret it in the end.

1 year, 9 months ago on 5 Reasons to Not Be Borrowing From Your 401k

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Whether we decide to potluck or not, everybody decides to bring their own food anyway. Thanksgiving is the time to give thanks and to give back anyway.

1 year, 9 months ago on Go Cheap This Thanksgiving and Save Money

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Nothing is too risky if you understand what you are signing up for. Do what you can in keeping your part of the bargain, paying your contributions, and in the end, you will reap what you sow.

1 year, 9 months ago on Are 401k Plans Too Risky For Retirement?

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Being contented with what you have, having a good outlook in life, and start a habit of saving, I think you and your family can go a really long way.

1 year, 9 months ago on Tips for The Right Way to Live Frugally

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I’d love it if my husband would cook for me on Valentine’s Day. That would even be more romantic…

1 year, 9 months ago on How to Have a Memorable Valentine’s Day Without Spending Any Money

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I heard that they sure give you a lot of discounts. But others, like me, just don't have the time to spend hours and hours of finding and clipping those coupons. And sometimes, they make you buy on impulse, which is not really saving you anything.

1 year, 9 months ago on Extreme Couponing Creates Extreme Mess For Bargain Hunters

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When I travel, I avoid those fancy ‘star’ hotels and get a cabin instead. They're homier and can help me minimize my expenses.

1 year, 9 months ago on Five Ways to Save Money While You’re On the Road

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You purchase a new one, and then after six months, they have a better, faster, and more powerful in the market. It’s really ridiculous keeping up with these trends.

1 year, 9 months ago on Buying a Laptop: Thank Goodness Its No Longer 1999

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We have this habit buying things we already have, especially the women. Like the clothes, bags, shoes. You already got a dozen bags! If you are a shopaholic, try letting go of the small things first. Postpone shopping until you realize you no longer need the item that you want to buy.

1 year, 9 months ago on Say Sayonara to These 8 Bad Shopping Habits

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 @jeancox It's amazing Jean. There's no reason for you not to get one. And you get to enjoy these books for free.

1 year, 9 months ago on Kindle Owners with Amazon Prime Shipping Can Borrow Books for Free

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