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Money Matters: Tight Budgets

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** This post courtesy of guest blogger Chris Kingsley**

 

Does money feel stretched for you?

Do you feel like there are always more opportunities for your money than dollars to fund them?

If you answered yes, you are probably not an alien (if you answered no, I have my suspicions).… Read the rest

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Money Matters: Counter-Cultural Finances

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Gretchen, Isa and I arrived home last night from our much anticipated vacation in Tennessee. I wrote about that in my last money matters article before leaving and talked some about how we manage to afford periodic vacations. Every time we take a vacation, I find myself more and more convinced that making this a financial priority is a wise choice for our family.… Read the rest

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Money Matters: How to Budget With An Irregular Income

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This week I’m following up on Chris’ article on budgeting.  Chris and I have the same convictions regarding personal finance.  However, what makes our families different is our pay schedule and method.  Chris and Gretchen are similar to the majority of working Americans where their monthly income is fairly predictable. … Read the rest

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