Debt Reduction, Resources, Saving Money

Reduce Debt and Save Money on Groceries

With so many of us focusing on improving our finances in 2012 – I thought it might be beneficial to link to a few of my favorite personal finance-related resources: Free Printable Grocery Store Price Book – I created this printable price book to track fluctuations in the prices of grocery store items.  Download the price book and print several pages.  You can track prices for multiple stores and multiple items. Free Printable Coupons – You can click the link and print your coupons from right here at No Credit Needed.  You can also click the link at the top of No Credit Needed.  Printing directly from No Credit Needed helps to support the site.  (You rock!) I use both…

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Noted, Saving Money

Buy 1 Photo Book And Get 2 Free From Snapfish

Between now and September 19, 2011 Snapfish is offering a Buy 1, Get 2 deal on  Photo Books with Code:LOVE8X11 Exp: 9/19. Click the link and enter the code at checkout for the deal. We have three kids – and two sets of grandparents. Each year, we design a photo book (or two, or three) – as Christmas or anniversary gifts for the grandparents.  This year, for the price of one book, I can can get three! I am always looking for ways to decrease spending, while still being able to create awesome, memorable gifts.  Our kids love creating the books and our parents love them, too. You can order 3 copies of the same book, or make 3 original…

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Family, Saving Money

Opened An Online Savings Account For Our Child

My son has the awesome Digital Football Coin Bank.  He uses it to collect and count “spare change”.  A couple of months ago, he and his grandfather started a contest – to see who could be the first to collect $100.  My son won.  Handily. So, building on his new found enthusiasm for saving money, I asked him if he wanted to open his own online savings account.  He’s seven – so you already know, his answer was, “YES!” The account is super-simple to open.  All I had to do was log in to my account, click the link to open a new account, enter some basic information (my son’s name, social, etc.), and fund the new account.  In less…

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