The Meal-kit maker Blue Apron Goes Public – A Terrific Move!

  • Business, Invest
  • June 17, 2017
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Blue Apron Holdings Inc has made its way to the IPO by going public, which is a big game changer strategy. The Blue Apron Holdings Inc company is the biggest U.S. meal kit provider of the industry. The company has raised $300 million after going public. This smart step of Blue Apron raised smaller peers […]

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Credit Card Companies Aren’t Providing Credit Scores For YOUR Benefit

  • Credit, Invest
  • June 17, 2017
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Image courtesy of hin255 / FreeDigitalPhotos.net The credit card companies are at it again. Remember, these are the same companies that think you’re so stupid that they actually created a commercial that suggests it would be a great idea to buy things for your friends just to earn credit card rewards. What are they up […]

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Knowing when to throw in the towel is an art: bankruptcy and liquidation are a hard choice

  • Debt, Invest, Loan
  • June 17, 2017
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Today’s post comes a brand new member of the TeamEOD writing team – please help me give a warm welcome to Maria who hails from The Money Principle!   I have a lot of admiration for Maria, as she has an absolutely INCREDIBLE debt payoff story. She’ll be appearing here from time to time, and I […]

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The Magic Bullet To Combining Finances Successfully

Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net I knew the minute I finished the sentence that someone would comment on it, and I was right.  In my post last week describing an afternoon at a food and wine event I mentioned that I bought two bottles of BBQ sauce, but not before checking in with […]

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Debt Relief Firms: Why Use One and How to Pick a Good One

  • Debt, Invest
  • June 17, 2017
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Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net If you’re currently in debt and are considering working with a debt relief firm, you’re in good company. Many people just like you are turning to debt relief firms to help them create and follow a plan for freeing themselves from debt. But why would you opt to […]

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No Contract Cell Phone Plans Exposed! Are They Really Better?

  • Invest, Loan
  • June 17, 2017
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Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net No contract mobile phone plans have become all the rage as of late.  I even tried one through a blogging opportunity last year and was actually quite impressed.  Apparently, no contract providers have gotten the attention of the major carriers, as they have begun to offer no contract […]

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Why I Hate Credit Cards: Hotel Incidental Policy

I hate credit cards with a passion. The more I walk through life trying not to use them, the more I hate them. My family and I drove to Florida late last week, which gave me the opportunity to find yet another reason to despise them. No matter how much I want to pay with […]

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Review and Give Away: How Much Money Do I Need To Retire?

  • Debt, Invest
  • June 17, 2017
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Retirement Planning While Sitting On a Beach The book had been sitting on my desk in my home office for months, staring at me in plain sight as a reminder that I needed to read it. Someday. I had received How Much Money Do I Need To Retire from the author, Todd Tresidder, at the […]

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Save Money By Buying YOURSELF A Gift Card!!

Image courtesy of stockimages / FreeDigitalPhotos.net I wasn’t happy as I walked into Applebees to purchase a $50 gift card. A well liked member of the staff at the elementary school where Vonnie worked was leaving and her coworkers had come up with the idea to have everyone pitch in and get a gift card […]

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Avoiding Debt by Minimizing Large and Recurring Expenses – Rethinking Personal Vehicles

  • Credit, Debt, Invest
  • June 17, 2017
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Public transit is an economical option. One of the keys to avoiding debt is to know how it overtakes us. Without a doubt, debt has many helpers in the form of large and recurring expenses. I’d like to share with you a few pages from my own playbook when it comes to handling large and […]

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