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Spend less on your bills

We’ve all got bills to pay. If we hadn’t, we would have a lot more money left over at the end of the month. But if we don’t pay our bills, we don’t have electricity. Or Internet. Or insurance. If only there was a middle way…? And there is! Continue reading

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Do the batteries last long enough?

When you replace the batteries in home electronics, write the date on the battery. Next time you replace that battery, this date helps you determine whether the batteries lasted as long as you expected. Continue reading

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Paying unexpected bills without stress

We use a brilliant method to budget the family finances, and it enables us to pay unexpected bills without stress. It’s amazing! Continue reading

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Spend less than you earn

The mantra to good finances is simply “spend less than you earn.” You want to increase the gap between income and expenses, obviously. The more you have left at the end of the month, the more you can save. How else are you going to get rich, right? Continue reading

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How to install MS Money 2004 on 64-bit Linux

Do you run Linux? Do you miss MS Money, the personal-finance application? I can answer yes to both questions, but I’ve found a solution. It’s possible to run Windows software on Linux, but sometimes it’s tricky. Here’s how to make it work! Continue reading

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