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Sequestration – The Can Gets Kicked Down the Road – Again

Sequestration - We The Sheeple

The U.S. Government hasn’t just kicked the can down the road; they’ve punted it into the next county! So if you’re concerned about the government shutting down, you no longer have to worry about that, at least not until September.  On March 26th, President Obama signed legislation that funds the Government through September 30th of 2013. Yep, that’s correct they gave the budget a ... Read More »

The Envelope Budgeting System – A Quick Introduction and Tour

I’m surprised by how many people that I interact with don’t know what the envelope budgeting system is. To me, it seems like such an easy way to create and keep a personal budget. My impression has been that everyone should understand this pretty easily. Impressions aren’t always correct. I’ve had to sit down more than once and carefully go over ... Read More »

Become eco-friendly to enjoy a better and debt free life

Almost everyone wants to live a completely debt free life. Well, not everyone is able to see this day. But one thing that can be said for sure is that the green living community has always been capable and even managed to achieve a debt free life. This is only because of the fact that there have been continuous efforts ... Read More »

The Wise Dollar Three Month Birthday

It’s been three months since I’ve published my first post on the the Wise Dollar. It’s been an interesting time so far. I had no idea what I was getting into from a time perspective, but I’m glad I started and have been able to keep up with my blog. I plan on going forward and keeping The Wise Dollar going indefinitely. ... Read More »

When Death Do You Part – Is Your Family Prepared?

Death Elementary mexico

Here’s a morbid topic to greet you on a Monday morning. Dealing and thinking about our own death is something that we shun, with a vengeance! Wills and similar items related to our own mortality are many times ignored, at times to the survivor’s detriment. But this post is not about wills, it’s about all of the little things you ... Read More »