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April 2006


When preparing taxes, one challenge is collecting all of the necessary documents. Tax-related papers flow into a home at all times of the year, not just in the spring. It’s easy to lose important papers. I’ve found a method to eliminate the headache completely. I have a bill-paying area at my desk: a small cubby-hole [...]

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New automobiles are generally poor investments for a number of reasons. That’s a topic for another post. Some people don’t want the hassle of buying a used car, or prefer the features of a new model. If you’re going to buy a new car, how much should you pay? There’s some great advice to be [...]

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This is the first in a series of practical examples of how people put frugal notions to use in real-life. I often claim that the back porch is “my favorite room in the house”. It’s true. This is partly because it’s situated at the home’s northeast corner, which is perfect for Portland weather. But mostly [...]

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Here’s a site that lists 450+ useful free utilities for Microsoft Windows that do specific jobs well, allowing you to save time and money. The site lists: 19 anti-malware utilities 24 audio utilities 27 business utilities 18 communication utilities 45 desktop utilities 11 text editors 60 file manipulation utilities 4 financial utilities 27 graphics utilities [...]

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