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49 Expenses that are not emergencies

49 Expenses that are not emergencies

A list of 49 expenses that should not be paid for with money from your emergency fund.

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Summer Utility Bills Got You Down? Find Another Way to Chill!

Summer Utility Bills Got You Down? Find Another Way to Chill!

You probably already pay a lot for your utilities. However, there are a few simple tricks you can try to cut down on your utility bills through the hot summer months.

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Favorite search terms people used to find Rabbit Funds

Favorite search terms people used to find Rabbit Funds

I have been tracking the keywords that Googlers use to find my site for some time. Every now and then, I see a real gem. Some phrase that makes me think, “Why did Google think my blog had anything to do with that?”

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11 Must have investment guidelines for anyone

11 Must have investment guidelines for anyone

Answering these questions may take some time and seem mundane, but it is crucial to your success. Knowing where you are going is not sufficient if you don’t know how you will safely arrive there.

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REVIEW: Mint.com and the new Goals feature

REVIEW: Mint.com and the new Goals feature

An outline of what I like and dislike about Mint.com, online budgeting software, as well as a review of the new Goals feature they just released.

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Opting in for overdraft protection: Beware of scammers

Opting in for overdraft protection: Beware of scammers

I received an email today from my bank asking me to opt in for overdraft protection. After clicking through to the opt in site, I realized that the email and site may not be legitimate.

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4 Reasons not to use debt to make an investment

4 Reasons not to use debt to make an investment

An outline of four reasons why you shouldn’t use debt to make investments. And two reasons why some people do.

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Freedom Week: Financial Emancipation Proclamation

Freedom Week: Financial Emancipation Proclamation

Today’s post, adapted from President Lincoln’s famous proclamation, is the Financial Emancipation Proclamation.

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Freedom Week: Financial Bill of Rights

Freedom Week: Financial Bill of Rights

To celebrate the birth of our nation and the freedoms that we are afforded, I am writing three posts this week with a twist. Each post is based on an influential document which has given us rights.

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Freedom Week: Financial Declaration of Independence

Freedom Week: Financial Declaration of Independence

I decided to alter the beginning of the Declaration of Independence to create a Financial Declaration of Independence.

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The Trouble with Identifying Debt Relief Scams

The Trouble with Identifying Debt Relief Scams

Any American who pays even the slightest bit of attention to television commercials or newspaper advertisements has likely seen his or her share of debt relief offers that seem to good to be true.

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How To: Get out of debt using the Snowball Method

How To: Get out of debt using the Snowball Method

Credit card debt is wrecking people’s lives as we speak. The lure of the “easy money” ruins a lot of families because credit card holders are too weak to refrain from buying yet another thing they really don’t need.

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