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Scriptures about Debt

Feb-20-2017 By Frugal 101

There are plenty of scriptures about debt and finances, but the majority of American Christians choose to ignore them. Don’t be one of them and take the word of God seriously.

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Frugal Recipes: Homemade Pizza for Less.

Feb-13-2017 By Frugal 101

Pizza is considered to be the most popular cuisine in America. It is one of our favorite meals as well. To be honest I ruined a lot of products before I found my perfect recipe. Now that I’ve found, I am sharing it with you. It requires minimal efforts, minimal products and it has never failed me:

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Save Money by Making Things Last Longer Part I: Clothes, Jeans, Knitwear, Carpet
23 Temporary tattoo. To make your temporary tattoo last longer, try not to wash the area where it was applied (I am sure you figured this one out by yourself). After it is applied, put some baby powder on the tattoo. This will help to absorb your body’s natural oils. Some people say that using a hairspray on it before the powder works even better.
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15 Interesting Money Facts

Jan-30-2017 By Frugal 101

•    The 100 dollar bill has been the largest denomination of currency since 1969 (in circulation).

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How to Find Great Deals on Cars

Jan-23-2017 By Frugal 101

Buying a car can be a daunting task, especially if you don’t know where to start. Read this article to find out how to find great deals on cars and make your experience much more pleasant.

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As if college tuition isn’t high enough, those “evil” professors make you buy textbooks. These textbooks usually cost a hundred bucks or more, so for full-time students who are talking 5 classes, books cost more than $500.

The most effective way to save money on textbooks, according to my ex-classmates, was not buying them at all. studentAmazingly, they somehow passed the classes and got more than D’s for them. Since I have always been a nerd, I didn’t want to do that. I didn’t want to pay several hundred bucks for books either, so I found other ways to save. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Save Money on Vacation

Jan-9-2017 By Frugal 101

While the most frugal way to save money on vacation is to stay home, it is not always the best way. Everyone needs to get away from work, stress and troubles and have some fun. Here are some tips how to save money on vacation.

1. Wherever you are going, bring your own snacks and even some food if possible. There is no need to spend $2 on a small bag of chips or an unhealthy chocolate bar, when you can bring all these (bought in advance for a normal price) with you. Food from airport food stands or hotel vending machines is way overpriced and often very unhealthy.
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What is Good Debt?

Jan-2-2017 By Frugal 101

Thousands of Americans are struggling with their debt and are trying to get rid of it. However, some debt is not that bad. Some of it is actually considered to be “good”.

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If you are a procrastinator and think about gifts a few hours before the holiday, this post on quick and cheap gift ideas should be very useful for you.

I have to admit – I am one of these nerds, who thinks of gifts 6 months before the actual holiday and prepares them for at least 3 months prior. My husband is the complete opposite. He usually plans to go to the store the day before the holiday (if he doesn’t forget about it that is) and due to the “irony of fate” something will always happen on his shopping day, so he will end up not going at all. He feels bad about it, because he knows that gift giving is a very important part of my culture, but he just can’t himself. He is the biggest procrastinator when it comes to holidays and presents. Read the rest of this entry »

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Many people mistakenly assume that if the organization they are seeking debt help from is Christian, they are at a lesser risk of being scammed. Unfortunately, the fact that the organization calls itself Christian, doesn’t mean that it is Christian at all.

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