This “How To Enjoy Christmas On Budget “ post describes ways you can have a great Christmas season without shelling out a lot of money. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.
This “ Tight Christmas Budget: 10+ Low-Cost and Free Christmas Gift Ideas ” posts ideas for Christmas gifts when you are tight with money. These ideas cost nothing less than a few dollars. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.
This ” Personal Budget Categories to Start Your Budget ” post is for people who want to start with budgeting, that is, for those who want to know where they should bucket their expenses among various personal budget categories. The intention of the blogger is to provide a recommendation of budget categories and this post is not meant to be a strict rule that must be followed. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.
This ” Budgeting For Students: A Step-By-Step Guideline ” post comes from our guest blogger. Tina Roth is a personal finance blogger. Her Finance Blog was created to inspire people to explore more on frugal living and especially, to help you craft a financial secure life. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.
This ” What To Do When You Are You Behind With Your Bills? ” post details what the author did to get current or get ahead with paying his bills. This post is a personal story of the author.
This “ Don’t Have Enough For Bills? Now What? ” provides the readers some insights on what to do when income is insufficient to meet the bills.
This ” How To Become an Extreme Couponer The Easy Way ” posts provides a summary of the many steps or strategies that extreme couponers do in order to save money every time they go to stores to shop.