Happy 2012 everybody, hope you all had a blast. I know I did. My new year resolution is to pay off the rest of our credit cards by the end of 2012, and so far, we are right on track. We’re trying to save up for a down payment on a house in the process so it’s tough but I think we can manage. I know the rule about paying off all your debts first before saving but it doesn’t hurt to have some kind of emergency funds right? We decided to not use our credit cards at all if possible(easier said than done) and rely more on the debit card to keep our debts under control.
Lisa @ Cents To Save presents 2011 Goals: Pass or Fail
Shaun @ Money Cactus presents 10 Things to Live by for 2012
Penny Pinching Professional presents Career Fairs(part III)
Maria @ Money Principle presents Instead of New Year’s Resolution
Pam @ Money Trail presents Teaching Your Kids About Money: Jan. Edition
Average Joe @ The Free Financial Advisor presents Disability Insurance Optional? I Think Not. – Our Boner of the Week
Miss T presents How to Garden over Winter: Key Strategies for Success
Aloysa @ My Broken Coin presents What I Am Changing for 2012
YFS presents 7 Resume Tips That Will Get You A Job
Ultimate Smart Money presents 2012 The Year of Dragon
Good luck to all of you in 2012!
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