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Next Quarter Preview

It has been quite awhile since I’ve posted anything.  I had to take an unexpected hiatus due to summer classes, more work, and working on the continuation of my house remodel.  The last few months have been a blur. Oh, … Continue reading

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May Savings

I can’t believe how time flies.  I meant to post sooner, I really did, but things got crazy.  I started school, and I still have a rental disaster and I started my remodel and my grandparents have been needing assistance … Continue reading

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April Savings

Another month comes to a close, and, I have to admit, I love it because I get to see what all of my soldiers (dollars) have done for me and I get to see how several financial bloggers have spent … Continue reading

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Crazy about My 401k

During my first week back at work I decided to do something so crazy that I still cannot wrap my head around it.  Despite knowing I still have several thousand dollars of medical bills headed my way, my remodel getting … Continue reading

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Eating Excellently with Grocery Shopping and Stocking

My Old Man is about to start is annual six days of work marathon.  I would say the overtime is nice, but I would rather have him home than the extra $150 per week (or so) after taxes.  Don’t get … Continue reading

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Going Oveboard (Part 2)

In my many hours of unnecessary spreadsheet review and number crunching (also known as my idea of fun), I came across a little hidden sheet in my book that I did not recall.  Actually, I came across two such sheets, … Continue reading

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Going Overboard (Part 1)

I have been feeling great lately!  So great, actually, that I have been analyzing and re-analyzing and checking and double checking my spreadsheets.  I’ve added columns, subtracted columns, created more charts, and so many more instant calculations.  I enter something … Continue reading

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