Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Tight-Ass Tuesday Tips

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How to Survive a Personal Economic Collapse -- The Organic Prepper - Here are some signs you may be in the midst of a personal economic collapse:
- You can only afford to pay the minimum payment on most of your bills.
- The same dollar amount you used to spend on groceries doesn't buy enough food to feed your family for the week.
- You can't afford to go to the doctor when you're sick.
- You are taking desperate steps to "stretch" needed medications because you can't afford the prescriptions.
- Your utility bills are past due and your power is in danger of being cut off.
- You skip meals in order to save money or have enough to feed your kids.
- You've lost your job or had your hours cut. 
- You have lost property due to foreclosure or repossession (such as your home or your vehicle).
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Pay Your Bills and Stay On Budget During the Holidays -- Always Save Money - A new reports suggest Canadians are demanding more credit and taking on more loans despite being better at paying their debts. According to the credit-reporting agency Equifax delinquency rates were at record lows during the three-month period ending in September 2013, that means less people have bills that are more than 90-days overdue, but we continue to rack up debt. As we start our Christmas shopping, its important not to increase what we owe. Carrying a heavy debt load affects every part of your life and minimizes your chances of long term financial freedom. Here are some simple rules to live by this holiday season.
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Prepping Items at the Dollar Store -- Apartment Prepper - I believe that anyone can slowly build a stockpile, even with just $5 a week, as long as it’s done consistently.  Not everything is a great deal at the dollar store, but as long as you keep track of pricing and always check expiration dates, it is a worthwhile place to check for prepping supplies.
Here are some signs that you may be in the midst of a personal economic collapse:
  • You can only afford to pay the minimum payment on most of your bills.
  • The same dollar amount you used to spend on groceries doesn’t buy enough food to feed your family for the week.
  • You can’t afford to go to the doctor when you’re sick.
  • You are taking dangerous steps to “stretch” needed medications because you can’t afford the prescriptions.
  • Your utility bills are past due and your power is in danger of being cut off.
  • You skip meals in order to save money or to have enough food for your kids.
  • You’ve lost your job or had your hours cut.
  • You have lost property due to foreclosure or repossession (such as your home or your vehicle).
- See more at: http://www.theorganicprepper.ca/how-to-survive-a-personal-economic-collapse-11252013#sthash.gCaEPFh6.dpuf

Here are some signs that you may be in the midst of a personal economic collapse:
  • You can only afford to pay the minimum payment on most of your bills.
  • The same dollar amount you used to spend on groceries doesn’t buy enough food to feed your family for the week.
  • You can’t afford to go to the doctor when you’re sick.
  • You are taking dangerous steps to “stretch” needed medications because you can’t afford the prescriptions.
  • Your utility bills are past due and your power is in danger of being cut off.
  • You skip meals in order to save money or to have enough food for your kids.
  • You’ve lost your job or had your hours cut.
  • You have lost property due to foreclosure or repossession (such as your home or your vehicle).
- See more at: http://www.theorganicprepper.ca/how-to-survive-a-personal-economic-collapse-11252013#sthash.gCaEPFh6.dpuf
Here are some signs that you may be in the midst of a personal economic collapse:
  • You can only afford to pay the minimum payment on most of your bills.
  • The same dollar amount you used to spend on groceries doesn’t buy enough food to feed your family for the week.
  • You can’t afford to go to the doctor when you’re sick.
  • You are taking dangerous steps to “stretch” needed medications because you can’t afford the prescriptions.
  • Your utility bills are past due and your power is in danger of being cut off.
  • You skip meals in order to save money or to have enough food for your kids.
  • You’ve lost your job or had your hours cut.
  • You have lost property due to foreclosure or repossession (such as your home or your vehicle).
- See more at: http://www.theorganicprepper.ca/how-to-survive-a-personal-economic-collapse-11252013#sthash.gCaEPFh6.dpuf
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