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Boys Becoming Men: It Doesn't Happen On Accident

Fearlessmen.com   DA: 15 PA: 48 MOZ Rank: 63

  • WorkSaveLive is a blog dedicated to changing the way Americans think about money, their lives, and their careers
  • It’s written by a wise blog buddy of mine named Jason
  • He’s got a profound collection of advice stored on his blog that continues to grow.

Should You Buy A Car Through ROSCOE Automotive

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  • Andy is a 30-something New Yorker who turned his financial life around
  • He took charge of his finances, got out of debt, and is now working his way toward financial success
  • He is the publisher of WorkSaveLive.com.

Two Common Debt Reduction Options Debt RoundUp

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  • This is a guest article by Jason from WorkSaveLive
  • If you are interested in contributing to Debt RoundUp, please follow our guidelines
  • According to Static Brain, the average amount of household credit card debt in the US was almost $16,000 in the middle of 2012.

How We Survived On $14 An Hour

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  • When I first started to get out of debt I was making $15/hour
  • It was a decent amount of income based on my age and the cost of living in KC, but it wasn’t very easy considering all of the debt payments that I had
  • I believe I had around $800/month in minimum debt payments and it was a real

Paying Down Debt With Gazelle Intensity

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  • Those are all extremely important things to consider
  • I’m a Dave Ramsey fan too but any time a person makes a blanket statement isn’t wise
  • Everything is ALWAYS fact dependent
  • We never felt comfortable with $1000 considering we owned and home and knowing it was going to take years to pay off our debts

What Is The Real Meaning Of Wealth

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  • The following is a guest post from Steve the Money Infant
  • There he blogs daily about money; how to save it, make more and avoid wasting it
  • He asks what is the real meaning of wealth? Do you think you are wealthy? In fact, what is wealth really? The Free Dictionary defines wealth as follows: An abundance of valuable material possessions or resources; riches.

Our Fast Track To Financial Freedom

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  • @WorkSaveLive – good point about the spending money
  • I tend to allocate too much toward our financial goals and forget about keeping some cash on hand for spending on those little things (they can add up in a hurry)
  • Our budget is pretty flexible when those things come up.

How Much Money Do You Need For Retirement

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  • For example, let’s say you earn $50,000 per year and you plan to be retired for 25 years
  • We take 80% of $50,000 ($50,000 x 0.8) and get $40,000
  • This is how much money we need each year to live on
  • Next, we take the $40,000 and multiply it by 25 ($40,000 x 25) to get $1,000,000
  • Therefore we need to save $1 million dollars for our retirement.

When Is The Best Time To Buy Bonds

Moolanomy.com   DA: 17 PA: 41 MOZ Rank: 66

  • Andy is a 30-something New Yorker who turned his financial life around
  • He took charge of his finances, got out of debt, and is now working his way toward financial success
  • He is the owner and publisher of WorkSaveLive.com.

The Benefits Of High Deductible Health Insurance Plans

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  • The biggest benefit of a high deductible health insurance plan is the upfront savings
  • These plans offer significantly lower premiums compared to traditional health insurance plans
  • Also, since these plans are usually used in conjunction with a health savings account, you can …

Why Baby Boomers Aren't Prepared For Retirement

Boomerandecho.com   DA: 17 PA: 48 MOZ Rank: 75

  • WorkSaveLive on April 10, 2012 at 7:17 am
  • Some of your assessments are right on
  • I’m not so much concerned with the boomers as I’m concerned with people in my generation that may be without social security (in the US).

The Latte Factor Explained

Modestmoney.com   DA: 19 PA: 18 MOZ Rank: 48

  • The Math Behind The Latte Factor
  • The math behind the latte factor is pretty solid and makes absolute sense once you think about it
  • A daily latte at Starbucks costs $4
  • Let’s say you save that $4 instead and invest it
  • 40 years down the line, that $4 becomes almost $30 if it grows at 5% annually
  • How about growing at a rate of 8% annually

Breeding Cattle As An Investment

Reachfinancialindependence.com   DA: 30 PA: 22 MOZ Rank: 64

  • That is an excellent return and it sounds like things worked out perfectly for you (as you mentioned)
  • I’ve also never considered it because I know nothing about the business and I don’t know anybody within it that would serve as …

9 Best Inspirational Blogs For Debtors

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  • Work Save Live worksavelive.com
  • Bragging Rights: providing hope and conquering fear
  • The Work Save Live blog is dedicated to changing how Americans think about careers and money management
  • The blogger brings his personal experience of eliminating more than $60,000 of debt in just under five years
  • Topics include useful content like “Why

WorkSaveLive « Yakezie.com

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  • WorkSaveLive September 12, 2012 at 4:19 pm I discussed how we managed a $70,000 pay cut…that’s when I made the transition from my old career to the new opportunity (coaching/advising)
  • But no, I’ve never discussed my childhood or growing up.

Do I Have To Share My RRSP With My Spouse When I Get

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  • worksavelive says: October 31, 2012 at 12:57 pm
  • Great information, Gary! Here in the US many employers can separate a 401(k) at the time of divorce; I think it has to be ordered by the court or something along those lines but it is possible
  • I think separating it as quickly is possible is best simply because then you won’t have to deal with

Get Rich With: Good Old-Fashioned Trust

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  • Get Rich With: Good Old-Fashioned Trust
  • This nest in our front-yard tree has raised five generations of robins
  • Note this year’s remodel – some shredded strips of one of my credit card statements
  • It was the fall of 1992, and the teenage version of Mr. Money Mustache was getting his first peek at a whole new world

How To Save When You Don’t Have Earned Income

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  • WorkSaveLive recently posted..Carnivals, Mentions, & Weekend Reading #5
  • Emily says: March 30, 2012 at 12:14 pm
  • I agree with you in the case of unemployment, but I was really speaking to the 1099/not-earned-income situation that I wrote about last Tuesday
  • I guess I didn’t make that clear in the introduction to the post.

What The Holidays Do To The Construction Industry Blue

Bluecollarworkman.com   DA: 21 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 89

  • Pingback: Personal Finance Week in Review #44 — WorkSaveLive
  • Funny about Money on December 30, 2012 at 7:36 am said: Gosh, that’s terrible
  • Makes sense, though: people are gonna resist the chaos of a repair or renovation project when relatives are in town…or when they have to leave town to go visit their own relatives.

Living With Parents After Graduation From College 20s

20sfinances.com   DA: 19 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 88

WorkSaveLive on February 21, 2012 at 6:39 pm I never had to live with my parents after college, but I certainly have thought how much it would have helped get my financial life in order! The biggest problem I’ve seen is that “kids” don’t view is as an opportunity to live with their parents.

Calculating The Weighted Average Interest Rate On Your

Reachfinancialindependence.com   DA: 30 PA: 27 MOZ Rank: 77

  • BTW, I found you on twitter after your post was retweeted by WorkSaveLive
  • I owe one to Jason then! I know I will have to repay more when the interest gets higher but hoping in the meanwhile to make more money investing
  • My coworkers who had really high mortgages were just happy to spend the

Big Bath Accounting Fraud

Moolanomy.com   DA: 17 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 70

  • One of the hardest accounting frauds to spot is big bath accounting
  • When a company is doing really bad and has no chance of meeting earning expectations, unscrupulous management would begin writing-off every expense and asset they could imagine
  • As a result, future expenses are reduced significantly and naturally earnings increase.

How To Get Out Of Debt

Goodfinancialcents.com   DA: 26 PA: 24 MOZ Rank: 72

  • It is a lot of fun when you start making progress and start winning! It’s difficult to start but once you get the ball rolling downhill it’s tough to stop! Good luck Christopher! Reply
  • Inspirational story, there Jason
  • You have done a great job in paying down a mountain of debt, and done it all on half of

Emergency Budget: How To Budget During A Pandemic

Iheartbudgets.net   DA: 21 PA: 35 MOZ Rank: 79

  • As you can see, losing your income can GREATLY impact your monthly budget, and for most people, would send them into a panic
  • BUT, you have now created an emergency budget and are spending $1,165 less per month!
  • To put that in perspective, you would drain a $24,000 emergency fun in just 6 months, but with your emergency budget in place, a $24,000 emergency fund will now last …

Is A Flexible Spending Account Worth It

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  • Jason @ WorkSaveLive - November 28, 2012
  • I had a FSA a few years ago and I didn’t spend hardly any of it
  • So when the end of the year came I made a dash to the pharmacy and bought a ton of over-the-counter stuff (which was acceptable at the time)
  • I had more pepto-bismal, bandaids, and cold medicine than I knew what to do with

How To Effortlessly Increase Your Wealth Through Buy And

Moneysmartguides.com   DA: 24 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 81

  • Two biggest mistakes investors make is pulling the money out when the market is going down, and the other is when they stop contributing until they "see things turn around."

Family Of 6 Living Off $2100 Per Month

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Jason Larkins GOBankingRates

Gobankingrates.com   DA: 22 PA: 22 MOZ Rank: 71

  • Jason created WorkSaveLive in 2011 with the hopes of educating others and helping people avoid the financial mistakes he's made in his own life
  • He writes about his personal financial progress to keep himself accountable and encourage others, and focuses on educating his readers on topics such as retirement planning, budgeting, insurance, home purchases, and even throws in a few delicious

101 Ways You Can Save Energy And Save Environment

Onecentatatime.com   DA: 18 PA: 37 MOZ Rank: 83

  • It is quite amazing how many things you can do to save money AND be more efficient
  • It’s wonderful to help the environment and not just completely abuse many of the luxuries we’ve been given
  • We are all about turning off the lights, setting the thermostat warmer when we’re gone, and recycling.

Blogoversary Giveaway Over At WorkSaveLive.com: Win An

Biblemoneymatters.com   DA: 25 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 21

  • Jason over at WorkSaveLive launched his site about a year ago, and ever since he’s been writing top notch content and engaging with others in the blogosphere
  • He’s been a regular commenter on this site as well, and I know he’s a first rate guy – and a good writer
  • You should definitely check out his site.

Top Personal Finance Blogs Wise Bread

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  • What is Wise Score? Wise Score is a rating of a blog (on a 0-100 scale)
  • A blog's Wise Score indicates how close …

Recipe Idea: Easy Baked Rockfish

Outliermodel.com   DA: 20 PA: 44 MOZ Rank: 95

  • Chop the garlic and sprinkle it over the fish
  • Then, take the butter and place it in rough chunks over the fish
  • Finally, sprinkle with a generous amount of salt and pepper
  • Cover the dish with tin foil (or the lid, if oven safe) and bake at 350 degrees for half an hour.

Should You Even Save Money In Your 20s

Thefinancialblogger.com   DA: 27 PA: 40 MOZ Rank: 99

  • by: WorkSaveLive | April 5th, 2012 (12:47 pm) It’s so important for “kids” to save money at a young age
  • The reality is that social security will be around when we hit retirement, but it’s unlikely that it will be in the form that it is today (offered to everyone).

Traveling Is More Fun When You Are Young

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  • My wife and I are contemplating a spur-of-the-moment vacation here in a few weeks
  • We’re thinking about the Dominican or Antigua but we haven’t decided yet
  • We only have a few more years of being …

Reasons To Get A Tax RefundWelcome To Money Reasons

Moneyreasons.com   DA: 20 PA: 29 MOZ Rank: 83

  • WorkSaveLive on April 9, 2012 at 2:33 pm said: I don’t mind getting a refund and I don’t think it’s as big of a deal as many of the finance bloggers make it
  • Sure, if you’re getting back $5,000+ then that’s a little absurd, but if you’re only getting back $1-3k then I don’t think its worth all of the fuss we make it.

Latest Updates From The Beauty Edge Facebook

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  • Get the latest news on product releases, trendsetting looks and manicure ideas

16 Legendary Guys Night Out Ideas Dust Off The Low Rider

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  • WorkSaveLive says January 31, 2013 at 6:22 AM
  • I pretty much have gotten to all of those except the UFC fights and the go karts
  • I love both of those ideas!!! I’ve been to a few amateur MMA events but nothing ever legit; that would be a lot of fun to go to! Reply

What To Do After A Pay Cut « Yakezie.com

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  • WorkSaveLive June 19, 2012 at 5:03 am
  • Overall I think you have to weigh the “unmatched” benefits you’re receiving at your current job compared to how much MORE you could make elsewhere
  • Are these extra benefits worth making significantly less than you could elsewhere?

A System Of Ritual Practices For Money Cult Of Money

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  • WorkSaveLive says: March 5, 2012 at 9:25 am I love the “everything has a tradeoff” point
  • The greatest mistake I see with my clients is that we ALL buy things today (for short-term happiness) and completely neglect the long-term picture of retirement.

Buying Our First House: Other Costs Master The Art Of Saving

Mastertheartofsaving.com   DA: 28 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 99

  • Jason @ WorkSaveLive on August 22, 2012 at 9:10 AM said: That is a crazy tub/shower thing! I don’t know how quickly I’d get the plumbing done for the ice maker; they do have those old-school ice cube trays that you could do
  • Sure, it would be a little inconvenient but it might allow you some more time to save up the cash.

Updated: How I Used Free Frequent Flyer Miles To Get

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  • worksavelive says October 30, 2012 at 11:52 am
  • Wow, what a phenomenal trip for only $140!! Mike’s service sounds absolutely awesome and I’ll be sure to check him out once I start racking up mileage rewards
  • I’ve been using a few other cards but I think an airline miles card is in my near future.

Multiple Bank Accounts: Is Having More Better Or Worse

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  • worksavelive says March 7, 2012 at 12:01 pm
  • I have 4 different bank accounts: 1) personal checking 2) non-monthly expense checking (car repairs, Christmas gifts, vacations, personal property tax, etc) 3) Emergency fund savings and 4) Business checking

Three Financial Tips For College Graduates

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  • If I had to do things over again, I certainly wouldn’t have cashed out my 401(k) after leaving my first employer at 21
  • I had about $4,000 in the account and it would be worth quite a bit now (and projected to worth a lot more in the future)
  • It’s interesting the lessons we learn over

What Does A Patent Mean To A Drug Company This That And

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  • That is the companies bread and butter for the length of the patent
  • Generally a patent within the United States is for 20 years but this is before clinical trials are performed
  • The clinical trials can take between 8-18 years to perform, so in essence the manufacturer can have a monopoly for 8-12 years once the clinical trials are concluded.

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