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Posts Tagged ‘Extreme Saving’

10 Ways to Save Money on Winter Expenses

{ Posted on Dec 23 2010 by Marcus Alston }
Winter is finally here this year (it officially arrived December 21, 2010).  Here are 10 easy low cost ways to save money on winter expenses which should help stretch your budget: Add Storm Windows.  Storm windows can reduce heat loss by ...Read More »

Save Money, Don’t Pay for Parking

{ Posted on Apr 30 2010 by Marcus Alston }
Much to the dismay of my wife, I have vowed not to pay for parking any more at a parking lot.  I never really liked paying for parking, but after becoming the ConsumerMiser, I made a vow never to pay ...Read More »

Tax Time. Should You Aim for a Refund?

{ Posted on Apr 12 2010 by Marcus Alston }
It’s that time of year again. Tax time.  Time to either do your taxes yourself or have them done.  Every year at this time, most people are either getting a refund or owe money.  The way my wife and ...Read More »

Is Allen Iverson Really Broke?

{ Posted on Apr 06 2010 by Marcus Alston }
Is Allen Iverson Really Broke? If Allen Iverson acts like many other professional star athletes, I fear he may be in serious financial trouble.  Iverson has made over $200 million (before taxes) in his career according to The Philadelphia Inquirer, but ...Read More »

11 More Extreme Saving Methods

{ Posted on Apr 04 2010 by Marcus Alston }
I already wrote about 9 extreme saving methods and 7 eco-friendly saving tips.  Here are 11 more extreme saving methods. If you can do 2 or 3 of them, you should realize some real savings.  If you do not find these ...Read More »

My Top 9 Favorite Extreme Saving Methods

{ Posted on Mar 29 2010 by Marcus Alston }
A lot of these savings tips are pretty extreme, but if you can do 2 or 3 of them, you should realize some real savings.  If you do not find these very extreme then maybe you already have the “miser ...Read More »

6 Reasons Why am I Doing a Personal Finance Blog

{ Posted on Mar 27 2010 by Marcus Alston }
Saddled with debt from college and law school, I felt compelled to seek a high paying job at a prestigious law firm.  To some degree, this limited my opportunity to give back in the way that I had envisioned, which ...Read More »