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Big Goals Require A Bold Plan

It’s confession time.  For the past six months, I’ve been coasting.  After more than a decade of focusing on our personal finances, I took the gas of the pedal and relaxed a bit.  I spent rather freely, wandered away from our budget, and stopped writing.  It was fun (sorta), but the time has come to get refocused and rededicated.  The new year is coming fast and we want to be prepared and excited, not broke and unorganized. I have a plan for the next few weeks – a plan that will hopefully help us reach our financial goals for 2017 – and beyond.  I have outlined what I hope to accomplish, both with our finances and with my various web…

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2008’s Best Of The Best – February

I want to thank those of you who have supported No Credit Needed during 2008. I thought it might be fun to take a look back at some of the most popular posts from the past twelve months – the best of the best. February 2008 – February 2:  My Favorite Books About Debt Reduction February 3:  Debt Cures For Living Debt Free – Here’s how I live without borrowing money. February 7:  Living On A Budget: Don’t Knock It Until You Try It – I’ve been living on a budget for almost four years, and I couldn’t live without one. February 18:  Paying For Three Kids To Go To College Is Going To Be Expensive February 25:  10 Things…

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2008’s Best Of The Best – January

I want to thank those of you who have supported No Credit Needed during 2008. I thought it might be fun to take a look back at some of the most popular posts from the past twelve months – the best of the best. January 2008 – January 9:   Building A Better Budget With The New Baby On Board –  In April, my wife gave birth to our third child, a beautiful baby girl.  While preparing for the baby’s arrival, we created a brand new budget.  The baby is now eight months old, and she’s the sweetest thing in the whole wide world! January 10:  Time To Call The Credit Card Company –  For those who are in credit…

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