Selling Your Home Series – Part 2b – More FSBO Tips

This is the third part in our “Selling Your Home Series” and just to complicate things I’ve called in number 2b. It is a continuation of For Sale by Owner tips. In the previous article I covered getting ready to sell and advertising tips and in this edition we’ll tackle showing your home in a [...]

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Selling Your Home Series – Part 2 – FSBO Tips

by JS · 4 Comments 

In the first part of our home selling series, we discussed the pros and cons of selling your own home yourself, better known as For Sale by Owner selling. In this section we’ll begin to look at some tips for selling your home without the aide of a real estate agent. As with any do [...]

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Selling Your Home Series – Part One – FSBO

by JS · 1 Comment 

In this crazy real estate market, almost from the first day we moved in, my wife and I started thinking of when we would sell our condo and how we would go about it. One of the greatest joys in life is to purchase that first home.  It can be seen as a sign of [...]

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MymoneyBlog Spot on With 2008 Financial Advice.

A great article There are few instances where I actually agree with a website on quick, pointed financial advice, but I have finally found one that seems to know exactly what it is doing. Heading into the new year,’s “2008 Financial Jump-Start Checklist” is one of the most well informed bits of advice for [...]

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15 Historical & Interesting Bank Checks

by JS · 14 Comments 

The humble bank check day’s are numbered. No one can deny the convenience, ease of use and speed benefits of the modern plastic / electronic fund movement systems. But when you scan through this collection of checks, you made find yourself, like me, feeling a sense of loss. Some of these checks are fantastic historical [...]

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Do Men and Women Spend Differently?

by SMD · 3 Comments 

For this post, a guest writer talks about the spending habits of men and women. Do you agree with him? Does his post seem fair and balanced, or is there some generalized sexism that comes through? I considered not posting it, but I thought it might bring up some interesting conversation. So here it is, [...]

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Some thoughts on “Why I worked this Christmas”

The post “Why I Worked this Christmas (and Always Will)” is Right…in a way If you have not taken the time to read Why I Worked this Christmas (and Always Will) then do yourself a favor and give it a look. Now that the Christmas smoke has cleared, it’s nice to look back on one [...]

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There Are No Secrets to Becoming Wealthy

by SMD · 2 Comments 

Some thoughts to myself, about what it REALLY takes to become wealthy. Every time I pick up a money magazine or log on to a website to read about personal finance, I see the same type of stuff. People are always talking about money and the “secrets” to getting rich. Like most of you, I [...]

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How NOT to make money online: A free Guide

by SMD · 6 Comments 

If you have ever considered trying to meet your personal financial goals through joining in on the online income craze, or if you already have an established online business, This advice may be of interest to you. Here I offer, straight from my own experience, step by step instructions for how NOT to make money [...]

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Retirement Strategy #435: Buy Million Dollar Junk at Garage Sales

by SMD · 5 Comments 

Sometimes the best, and most solid retirement strategies are overlooked because of their simplicity. Like Retirement Strategy #435, for instance. All you have to do- it’s so simple it’s hardly worth mentioning- is buy cheap pictures and picture frames and other junk at garage sales, and then later accidentally discover that your sparkling new $1 [...]

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