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The 4 Grocers that Stock my Pantry – Where do you Shop?
Wed, 04/28/10 | 12 Comments
The 4 Grocers that Stock my Pantry – Where do you Shop?

This is part 3 of a series dedicated to saving money on food and groceries – usually the second biggest expense outside of rent or a mortgage for most of us. In part 1, I …

The 4 Keys to Saving Money on Food & Groceries without Sacrifice
Sun, 04/25/10 | 12 Comments
The 4 Keys to Saving Money on Food & Groceries without Sacrifice

There are certain things that I’m not willing to sacrifice in order to save money on groceries and food. The biggest of which are taste and health. And I’m sure many of you feel the …

Save on Groceries? Not if it Means Sacrificing these 6 Food Qualities
Sun, 04/18/10 | 15 Comments
Save on Groceries? Not if it Means Sacrificing these 6 Food Qualities

In almost 2 and a half years of writing posts for 20somethingfinance, I just realized that I have never written a post on saving money on groceries. Seriously?? Shame on me!
Next to our mortgage, grocery …

How Much is your Time Worth? When Outsourcing your Life Makes Sense Financially
Tue, 04/13/10 | 17 Comments
How Much is your Time Worth? When Outsourcing your Life Makes Sense Financially

Ever sat there spending 3 hours cleaning your house or apartment on a beautiful sunny weekend day because you simply didn’t have any other time to do it? Or maybe you spent two hours mowing …

2010 IRS Federal Home Energy Tax Credit Guide
Tue, 03/23/10 | 40 Comments
2010 IRS Federal Home Energy Tax Credit Guide

Energy Tax Credit Update: The 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 energy tax credits have since been released.
A few weeks ago, my wife and I woke up one morning and the temperature in the …

American Paternity & Maternity Leave vs. The Rest of the World
Mon, 03/8/10 | 48 Comments
American Paternity & Maternity Leave vs. The Rest of the World

Work/life balance in the form of supportive national and employee benefit plans is something that the United States has sorely lacked, especially in comparison to other developed economies. Corporate lobbies have made it so.
Nowhere (other …


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