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5 Awesome Free Exercises that Will Help You Get in Shape

by John Schroeder February 14, 2014

Who says you need an expensive gym membership to get in shape. Exercising does not need to cost a lot of money or take a bunch of your time. Getting fit doesn’t even require any exercise equipment and can easily be done in your home. If you are looking to save some money on gym [...]

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Amazon Prime and 7 Other Ways to Use Amazon

by December 12, 2013

I have been using Amazon.com for well over a decade now, which is a long time in the Internet world. I first started using Amazon when I was serving in the military and stationed overseas. Amazon made it easy for me to send gifts to loved ones back home, as well as order things for [...]

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2013 Veterans Day Free Meals

by November 10, 2013

Veterans Day is a day to remember and thank military members for their service in the armed forces. As a military veteran, it always humbles me to see the thanks given by so many people on Veterans Day. Though none of us served for recognition, it is nice (and humbling) to be thanked for your [...]

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How Much Should You Save for Retirement Each Month?

by June 12, 2013

It seems like such a daunting task. The mountain climb to the summit of retirement is quite the hike with many obstacles that can send you tumbling down the trail. Knowing you might need to save $1 million, $5 million or maybe even more than that when you factor in inflation can make retirement saving [...]

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10 Apps for Saving Money on Groceries

by May 29, 2013

Gone are the days of needing to carry around a pen and paper to track your grocery store list. Thanks to smartphones we can now build our lists throughout the week as we remember something we need to buy, drop it into an app, and have it set as a reminder when we go to [...]

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How Single-Item Shopping Trips Can Bust Your Budget

by Kevin Mercadante May 28, 2013

Keeping your spending under control isn’t always about the size of your expenses. It’s often about personal habits. One of those habits that can have a disproportionate effect on your budget are single-item shopping trips. Without you ever even noticing, these trips could be undermining the best planned budget that you can come up with. If [...]

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How to Get Free Medication Prescriptions

by Miranda Marquit May 24, 2013

Healthcare costs are among the biggest challenges facing many households today, and healthcare spending continues to rise. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that in 2011, spending on healthcare amounted to between 6.8% and 8.1% of income, depending on which income quintile a “consumer unit” fell into. It’s clear that healthcare costs are taking an [...]

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