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by: Paula Robinson Deare LIVING WELL WITHIN MEANS
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LIVE WELL, LIVE LONG: and live modestly. Some of the best advice I've received is to save 20% of my income . . .

HOW INTEREST RATES affect your economic future, a real estate & stock market overview . . .
CREATE A PERSONAL BENEFITS PACKAGE for economic health and financial well being, and establish a worthy credit relationship that gives many other benfits . . .

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SAVING FOR THAT RAINY DAY

Where does your weekly, monthly, annual income go? Where should your short and long term income go? With everyone talking about economic change now is the time to create a baseline framework to support an estate plan for yourself and your familiy. Look up financial planner's ideas for long-term upturns and downturns in the economy to estimate life-long savings and investments at 20 year intervals. You can also protect your reputation by making on time bill payments. If you've been laid off, cut costs with home cooked meals, learning to sew and making your own jewelry - you'll save tons of money and gain fun skills that will stay with you long after you've boosted your savings.

INSIDER TIPS
CONSIGNMENT SHOPPING: is a great way to purchase high quality basics without spending a lot of money. Vintage finds can be worth far more than you pay, while adding character to everything from dishes to wardrobe essentails. It isn't where you shop that is important, it's the value, price, look and feel you should be going for . . .
LEARNING TO DO IT YOURSELF: can save many thousands of dollars over the course of a year. I've laid tiles for my kitchen floor, turned a butcher block couch into a rolling cart and made my own jewery.

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