My Medi-Share review below was originally written in 2009 when I was investigating them but has been continually updated (now for 2023) as I”ve been using them for over 10 years. Hope it helps! If you are in a self-employed situation like myself or just looking for a Christian health insurance alternative, you may want […]
Ok, I keep getting asked about the business bank account that we use… These are just 2 in the last week… And honestly I feel like I get this question all the time, so let”s chat… I haven’t liked many business checking accounts. In the last 16 years I have had quite a few business […]
Evernote is free desktop download that works like a large reference file. I like to call it my “external brain.” What is great about this application is that you can store documents, photos, and webpages all in the same place. Everything is keyword searchable. What is really cool is that any text that appears in your photos is also keyword searchable inside Evernote. If you are new to Evernote, here is a list of 21 ways how you can use Evernote to get you better organized this year:
Every year, J.D. Power and Associates ranks consumer satisfaction across a variety of industries and services using information gathered through surveys, and one of their most areas of expertise is the automotive world. Their list is acclaimed for its accuracy and respectability. In August 2009, they released their annual ratings of auto insurance providers determined by customer satisfaction…
In the case of this article, I picked out five of the best personal finance books out there that you can get for less than a buck. I wouldn’t say that these are necessarily the five best financial books written, but they are all very popular and have proved themselves to be worth something – even if it is only a buck! 😉
There are all kinds of lists that will proclaim this or that book to be the top financial book available. But we’re going to take a different approach here. Our list is going to focus on the books that are a benefit to you in five fundamental areas: Getting out of debt Changing your attitude […]
Swagbucks is a site that allows you to earn cash/rewards in a variety of ways. I’ve used them off and on over the last few years, and am now just getting around to writing a thorough review of them.
When my husband started getting membership applications from AARP around his 49th birthday, he was the laughing stock of the family. “Ha, ha, dad,” the kids would jeer. “You’re officially old.” Not wanting to admit his advancing years, he threw the offers in the trash . . . .