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are joint finances necessary

This is a guest post from Living Almost Large about finance and the American Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS)
Sort of a financial topic but a funny spin on it. I have to say joint accounts are absolutely necessary when you are marrying a foreigner. Sounds counterintuitive, that you should have separate accounts, [...]

guest post - to be a frugal bride, be a flexible bride

A nice guest post to start the week. Amy at My Daily Dollars blogs about her day-to-day battle with her debt. As she pays off close to $9,000 of credit card debt, she’s also saving for her upcoming. Fortunately, her new frugal habits are helping her have a lovely, frugal wedding!
Wedding season [...]

guest post - saving 10 percent is death

Today we have a guest post. Rob Bennett is the author of “Passion Saving: The Path to Plentiful Free Time and Soul-Satisfying Work.” It is available for sale at his web site, www.PassionSaving.com, which includes nearly 200 articles on saving and investing strategies developed in the Retire Early Community.
The conventional advice is that all workers [...]

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