Money Saving Links: 12/14/08

12.14.08 | Savings Links | 1 Comment | by junger

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With two weeks left in the year, everything seems to be slowing down. The news is less dramatic, the stock market is almost mellowing out, and the holiday spirit is kicking in.

This past week, we participated in two carnivals: the Rich Life Carnival #23 and the 42nd Money Hacks Carnival at financial wellness project.

Check out a few of the great stories:

5 Money Changes To Keep More of Your Money - Debt Free Destiny

Living from one paycheck to the other gets frustrating and depressing and it feel like it is a situation that is never going to end. However, it is ultimately up to you to do the changing to get more change back into your wallet. Sometimes it is these small changes in our thinking and our lifestyles that will help us find a debt-free life.

Here are 5 things you can change right now and find yourself a few steps closer to living without debt.

Two Financial Goals - Less Debt, More Income - Cash Money Life

As the year comes to a close, think about your finances and how you would like to improve them. If you are like the majority of Americans, there are two things on your wish list: less debt and more money.

3 Basic Principles for Good Personal Finance Habits - Destroy Debt

There are three basic principles surrounding good personal finance habits, and they are:

  • Live Within Your Means by Spending Less Than You Make
  • Making the Money You Do Have Work More For You
  • Anticipating and Preparing for the “Unexpected”

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