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Our Family Motto: Less Stuff, More Life

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I found a new way to save cash and have less clutter: Get rid of the extra stuff!

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Can You Afford to Be a Stay-at-Home Mom?

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Money guru Jean Chatzky has developed a worksheet to help women determine if they can afford to be stay-at-home moms (or if their husbands could afford to be stay-at-home dads).

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Kids' Spending Affected by Recession Too

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It's not just parents who are tightening their belts in these times of financial hardship. Kids' wallets have been hit hard, too.

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Save Big with Discount Shopping!

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While most people will quickly frown down their noses at stores like The Dollar Tree or the 99 Cent Store, savvy moms know how to use them -- and keep money in their pockets.

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Is Your Husband Being Financially Unfaithful?

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Does your husband keep a separate safe deposit box? Do the family's financial statements get mailed to his office address? Is he an ATM junkie? If so, there's a chance your husband could be stepping out on you with the family money.

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Move Your Money to Small Banks and Save

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How moving your money from a big bank to a small bank could save you big bucks.

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Believe It: Loyalty Cards Save You Money!

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Be sure to take advantage of market and restaurant loyalty cards. They could save you hundreds!

Recession Mama Michele Ashamalla: We all know about loyalty cards, and many of us feel it's not worth our time to fill in the forms and then have to locate and swipe a card whenever we buy something. Well, let me tell you: The process has gotten a lot easier -- and the rewards are getting really good. 

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I Can Relate to Joe Stack's Pain: Fix the IRS!

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After Joe Stack crashed a plane into an IRS building in Austin, his daughter called him a "hero." I don't think he's a hero ... but after my own audit, I can relate with many of his frustrations.

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