How to Avoid Bank Fees

Everyone has gone through the dreadful bank fee situations. Banks are charging more and more money every few years or so with bank fees. These fees are a billion dollar industry to the banks. The banks love them – and we would like to cast them (the fees) into the sea never to return again. It seems like every action we…

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How to Research Unknown Bank Transactions

People seem to not have time to use complete words or speak in full sentences.  Internet logistics have conditioned us to seek out the most different communication route. While driving on the freeway looking around at the buildings around me, I noticed business names are getting shorter. Here are a few businesses who are opting to use acronyms to keep up with…

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Finding Uncashed Checks

Who doesn’t need extra money these days. Money is what makes the world go around. When I find $1 in my pants pocket before I throw them in the wash I’m so excited. While going through some old mail I found a check that was 10 years old. WOW, I won’t say the amount of the check, but I will…

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Tax Free Weekend

Every year for a while now, most states have offered what’s called a “tax free weekend.” You can help your family save money this year by planning your back-to-school shopping. This year’s Date for Texas is – August 4-6, 11-16th 2017: Here is the list for purchasing general merchandise purchased Clothing and footwear under $100 School supplies under $100 Backpacks under $100…

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A new way to shop

Hey Moms, There is a new way to shop. Shopping online has just gotten smarter and not Harder. Moms like to save money, right? We don’t mind a little shopping around to compare prices. Why go out and purchase items without price comparing? Today’s technology has made shopping for goods so much easier   The old days required you to…

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How to Save Money by drinking Water

  Did you know that most Americans purchase soft drinks when dining out at restaurants?  Soft drinks, teas, or alcoholic beverages costs add up if you sit down and think about the actual cost. Restaurants charge anywhere from $2.50 and up for drink other than water.  Have you ever thought about all the coupons that come in the mail contain…

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Personal Budget to Keep Track of Spending

The New Year has rolled around once again and we are all Thankful to God for another year of health and sanity.  If you haven’t devised a plan already, you will want to start tracking your spending so that you can stay on track of your spending with a personal budget. Tracking your spending may be a bit tedious, but it’s best way to…

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Debit Cards are Foo Foo

  Debit Cards are not as good for us as we might think, especially if we are trying to budget and save money.   Banks created these easy to use cards to entice us to spend more money without thinking about how much we really have to spend.   A few years ago we didn’t have anything called a debit card, especially if you…

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