Tax Time Savings With Walmart Family Mobile!


It’s tax season, and that means it’s important for you to get the most out of your tax return. Walmart Family Mobile has the perfect deal for you! $29.88/month (+taxes/fees) gets you Walmart’s Lowest Priced Unlimited Plan which includes Unlimited Talk, Text, & Data with up to 500 MB at 4G LTE Data Speeds. This allows you to do more without paying more. Can’t get enough 4G LTE? Family Mobile has Unlimited Talk,Text, & Data with up to 2.5 GB of 4G LTE for only $39.88/month (+taxes/fees). Check or visit your local Walmart for more information on these great […] Read more »

I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 2/27


When I changed our medical coverage for 2015 to a high deductible PPO with a Health Savings Account, I wasn’t sure if I had made the right choice.  Yesterday I took Tristan and Tori into the optometrist for eye exams, new glasses for Tori,  contact lenses for Tristan, and a bill of several hundred dollars.  Between my contributions and seed money from my employer we had $1000 in our HSA.  I simply swiped my HSA debit card, and walked away with zero out of pocket expenses. I think that deserves a fist pump, just like the following posts! Posts That […] Read more »

Get Maximum Cash For Your Old Cell Phone Using SellCell!


My wife recently upgraded her Apple iPhone 4S for a shiny new iPhone6. Something that got lost in the shuffle of the excitement of getting a new phone was the amount AT&T gave her for her old phone. A phone that sold for a retail price of nearly $500 when she bought it just three years ago brought her just $40 of trade in value. She certainly could have tried to sell it privately. She could have listed it on Craigslist, or local classified ads and tried to get more for it. Maybe she could have gotten significantly more for […] Read more »

Eliminate Debt in 6-Steps


What is debt elimination for the standard bill-laden individual? Is it a quick easy payment to clear the debt you owe from various personal loans, credit cards, and other pressing bills? No, and if you see one of these promises, it’s likely a business trying to make money off of you. The only way to eliminate debt is by working diligently and efficiently to pay off what you owe (spending way less than you earn). This can be overwhelming to some, where do you start? Take a look at the following six steps and get on the track to being […] Read more »

I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 2/20


Vonnie and I are hosting a get together for her side of the family tomorrow.  Of course I found it as a fantastic reason to offer to fire up the smoker and make pulled pork.  Not only is it delicious, but it’s an relatively inexpensive way to make a large quantity of great food for a largish gathering.  If you ever find yourself in South Eastern Minnesota, let me know and I’ll throw some wood in the smoker, fire up some home made BBQ sauce and show you what I mean. Fist pump for BBQ! Posts That Make Me Fist […] Read more »

Top Things to Know When Fighting an IRS Bill


Filing your taxes on time can take a big load off your shoulders, but what do you do when you receive a letter from the IRS insisting that you owe more? The immediate reaction is to pay what the total says, but if you believe you have filed your taxes correctly, you should take a deeper look into if a mistake has been made on their part. Yes even the IRS can make mistakes. After all, they’re only human. The notices you get are typically generated by computers that may have misinterpreted or miscalculated data. This is one of the […] Read more »

Quick steps for starting a small business


Have you been wondering how to finally get your small business idea off the ground? This piece takes a look at everything you need to know. This is assuming that you already have a solid business idea. Decide on a business name and get it approved Many people spend an awful lot of time trying to decide on what the ideal name for their business should be. Some go as far as considering how the name will sound when used as a URL! All of this ends up pushing the actual start up process further away. There is no need […] Read more »

5 Tips for Paying Down Your Credit Cards

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Are you feeling overwhelmed with credit card debt? Paying the minimal amount each month will leave you paying on them for years to come. Check out these five tips for paying down your credit cards. Create a Budget and Sign Up for Auto Pay Rather than just creating a budget plan and attempting to stick to it, schedule your payments to be automatically paid via your banks auto-pay system. This ensures you make your payment on time and avoid a late fee. You are also not tempted to spend the additional money burning a hole in your bank account. Pay […] Read more »

I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 2/13


Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, and the pressure is OFF.  Well, at least I think it is…..Vonnie and I were talking to some friends about our monthly pot luck get together and we decided to do it on Valentine’s Day.  Vonnie thought spending Vday with friends having a great time was a perfect alternative to the consumerism based holiday it’s become.  But is a trap?  Hmmmm, maybe I better have a backup plan. What are you doing for Valentine’s Day? Posts That Make Me Fist Pump What Does Payday Mean to You? from See Debt Run 3 Golden Rules for Managing […] Read more »

Rollback Prices for Banquet And Chef Boyardee Products at Walmart!


  It’s a busy time of year and I’m making it easy in the kitchen with Banquet dinners and pot pies and Chef Boyardee. The rollback prices on frozen Banquet dinners and pot pies and Chef Boyardee cans makes it easy to save and spend less time in the kitchen. The rollback prices are just $0.80 for each frozen Banquet dinner and pot pie now through February 24, 2015 and $0.75 for each 14.5-15 oz can of Chef Boyardee January 20 – March 16, 2015. Tasty meals like Banquet salisbury steak and Chef Boyardee raviolis make dinner easy and delicious! […] Read more »

Save Money Effortlessly through Digit. Really? Yes REALLY.


It’s time for me to come clean, and be completely honest with you; I have trouble saving. Almost exactly a year ago, my wife and I made our final payment to our debt management program paying off $109,000 of credit card debt. With that final payment we freed up $2489 in our monthly budget. Having that extra breathing room we immediately did some things to better our overall financial picture such as consolidate some other debts and refinance our mortgage. But even after those changes were complete we still had a sizable amount of extra funds in our monthly budget. […] Read more »

I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 2/6


I can’t get enough these days of motivational posts that challenge people to be the best they can be.  This week’s fist pumping posts are full of just that kind of material.  So get warmed up, you’re gonna need those arms to be good and loose. I also had the honor of sharing my story via Loan Now this week, where I also shared my thoughts on debt in general, and my advice to others who are looking to better their financial situation. Happy Friday, EOD nation, see you back here on Monday! Posts That Make Me Fist Pump Success […] Read more »