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A new focus

Nov 26, 2007 | | Comments Comments Off

 

 

I’m changing the focus of this blog a bit to better support my new book “Easy Money: How to Simplify Your Finances and Get What You Want Out of Life” (now available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble stores).

I’ll still be posting about credit scoring and other credit issues. But I’ll also share ways that you can streamline your finances and get the most for your money.

To that end, check out Stephen Ward’s guest post on Get Rich Slowly, “How 15 Minutes Saved Me 15% on My Television Bill.”

I used similar techniques to knock nearly 50% off our satellite TV bill last year. After the temporary credits and bonuses expired and the rate crept back up, I tried again and was less successful, but still won a 25% reduction for a few months. It’s worth a shot.

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