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‘Tis the Season! ….for fraud

“This can’t be happening to me,” I thought to myself while listening to the voice on the other end of the phone line. My banker proceeded to say that someone had attempted to use my card in Pennsylvania to purchase

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Another Blog On How to Save Money During the Holidays

Tis the season for personal finance holiday blogs – all my favorite bloggers have one. I always enjoy the challenge of saving money but maximizing the fun! Long time readers of Sense & Centsibility will know I am pathologically frugal

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Posted in Being Frugal, How to Guides

Financial Concerns After Death

I thought I’d start out the New Year with a cheery blog. Okay, not funny. But, the subject is on my mind because I am finishing up the final stage of my brother’s estate who died a few years ago.

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Last Minute Holiday Shopping Tips to Keep You Free of Debt Stress

With the holiday season in full swing it is easy for stressed shoppers to stop living within their budget.  They simply pull out their credit cards and assume they will figure out how to pay for things when the bills

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Posted in Debt, Holiday Shopping, Shopping

It’s Better to be Thrifty Than Cheap

We’re flashing back this Friday to my post about being thrifty instead of being cheap. While I don’t do Crossfit anymore, I’m still not frugal. But the thriftiness factor still remains. 🙂 As a college student – back in the

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