March 2013

Aspiring Blogger – Personal Finance Carnival #3 – March 29, 2013

Welcome to the March 29, 2013 edition of Aspiring Blogger – Personal Finance Carnival – our third edition – we’re really rolling now!  If you missed the first two, make sure to take a look at the first and second carnivals to catch up on the great articles! Since the last carnival I’ve added some […]

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Experimenting With Outsourcing My Work

I have decided to take the plunge and try outsourcing some of my online work. While that can sometimes have a negative association, I don’t intend to outsource any content writing on my main site (other than the occasional guest post) – so you can breathe a little easier! Here are some of the things […]

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Finishing My Taxes… The Hard Way!

After initially finding out that Mrs Aspiring Blogger and I were on the hook for over $5k in taxes for 2012, I took a little break from finalizing my taxes (as you canprobably understand). I was still waiting on one statement and we also had the house hunt kicking into gear, so I put our […]

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House Search Update

Well, a lot has been happening in the house search since my last major update: We found a house! The house was listed for $179k and we offered $160k (due to its condition, time on the market, etc) We then waited 4 days to hear back from the sellers! They live out of state, but […]

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Aspiring Blogger – Personal Finance Carnival – March 15, 2013

Welcome to the March 15, 2013 edition of Aspiring Blogger – Personal Finance Carnival – our second edition.  While in our first carnival I was stunned to have 11 articles, I’m just blown away that we have 17 this time!!! We actually had more, but I removed several for various reasons – so 17 is […]

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My Crazy Broke Friends

I have moved around a lot in my life and my group of friends is pretty diverse. I have friends from grade school, university, various jobs, church, Mrs AB, etc. Some are pretty successful while others are really struggling to get their financial act together. While I don’t want to generalize based on such a […]

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