Easy, Dirt-Cheap Ways to Make Laundry Detergent
Easy, Dirt-Cheap Ways to Make Laundry Detergent

on April 12, 2017

Do you really need to use as much laundry detergent as called for on the container? Do you need to use laundry detergent at all? Check out our findings.

Homeless Success Stories Didn’t Start With Ted Williams
Homeless Success Stories Didn’t Start With Ted Williams

on January 7, 2011

An Ohio man with the gift of a golden voice isn’t the only homeless success story. There are many organizations that work year-round to give people a second chance. Here’s the story of one we found…

Worst Gift Ever Contest – The Winners!

on November 19, 2010

New Flip™ video cameras going to two lucky viewers. See who won.

4 New Ways To Bring Customers to Your Small Business
4 New Ways To Bring Customers to Your Small Business

on May 11, 2010

New technology start ups, like Foursquare, can help your small business bring in customers, provided you know how to use them.

Five Steps to Turn Your Hobby Into a Business
Five Steps to Turn Your Hobby Into a Business

on April 23, 2010

Turning a hobby into a business that can support you and your family may not be the easiest thing you’ll ever do, but it could be the most rewarding. Here are five steps that often separate those who succeed from those who don’t.

Tax Day: Procrastinator Resources

on April 15, 2010

Haven’t filed those taxes yet? Relax. Here’s some quick tips, links and advice that might keep you from feeling overtaxed.

What Are Your Odds of an IRS Audit?
What Are Your Odds of an IRS Audit?

on April 9, 2010

Your odds of an audit depend largely on your income, but that’s not all the IRS looks at. To truly determine your odds of an audit, you first need to understand the IRS audit selection process.

Web Extra: Professor Breaks Down Health Care Bill

on March 22, 2010

Understanding the newly passed health care bill can be a bit confusing. Many Americans still struggle to learn more about the nuts and bolts of this new bill.

Find Your Own “Pot of Gold”
Find Your Own “Pot of Gold”

on March 17, 2010

While we can’t show you the path to a pot of gold, we can lead you down the path of savings with some free stuff you won’t need the “Luck ‘O the Irish” to get.

Use Your Spring Break to Volunteer
Use Your Spring Break to Volunteer

on March 12, 2010

For some spring breakers, the vacation is about soaking up the sun by day and going wild by night. But, what if you want to do a little more with your time away from class?

Abused by a Debt Collector? Get a Free Lawyer
Abused by a Debt Collector? Get a Free Lawyer

on March 3, 2010

Just because you owe money, doesn’t mean debt collectors can treat you like a doormat. If they are, you might be able to turn the tables with a free lawyer.

4 Tips to Escape from Debt Prison
4 Tips to Escape from Debt Prison

on March 2, 2010

The most popular ways people deal with their debts and how to figure out which will work best for you.

5 Tips for Paperless Finances
5 Tips for Paperless Finances

on March 2, 2010

Going digital by scanning the papers you need to keep and tossing the ones you don’t will help clean out your filing cabinet and stay better organized in the future.

Deadline for Haiti 2009 Deduction Ends Sunday
Deadline for Haiti 2009 Deduction Ends Sunday

on February 26, 2010

If you haven’t made a contribution to help Haiti, you might want to think about it within the next day or so. Especially if you could use a break on your 2009 taxes.

5 Tips to Professing Your Love on a Budget

on February 9, 2010

Roses, are red, violets are blue, but if you really want to be frugal on Valentines Day I’ve got some tips for you!

Here’s how to save on flowers and jewelry, along with some less-exensive ideas that can soften your sweetie without breaking the bank.

3 Ways to Get a Will
3 Ways to Get a Will

on January 29, 2010

What would your family do if you died tomorrow? Do you have a plan in place to take care of those you love? 3 ways to get a will.

5 Tips to Save on Your Bowl Bash

on January 27, 2010

Throwing a Super Bowl party? Have a memorable event without sacking your budget. Here are a bunch of quick ideas guaranteed to liven up the fun while keeping costs down.

New TV for the Superbowl? Don’t Fumble with Rent to Own.

on January 25, 2010

You may be tempted to buy a new TV for the big game with nothing down at a rent-to-own store. Bad idea.

Stacy Johnson on Miami Television Talking Life or Debt

on January 7, 2010

Stacy appeared on NBC6 in Miami to talk about “Life or Debt: 2010”. Watch the interview on South Florida Today.

Stacy Johnson On Talk Radio: the “Greatest Generation”

on November 23, 2009

Stacy talks to Marth Zollar of the “Martha Zollar Show” airing on FM1037 Talk Radio. Stacy chats about the “Greatest Generation”, living debt-free and his new book, “Life or Debt 2010”.Stacy Johnson on FM1037Stacy Johnson on Relevant Radio Part 1Stacy Johnson on Relevant Radio Part 2Stacy is available for television and radio appearances. Click here … Continued

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