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Kyledbarber88 ·
My names Kyle, nice to be a part of something so great and that plays a big role in my life. #FREE #DEALS #SAVE #COUPONS
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Moore Income ·
Nice to meet you Kyle ( @Kyledbarber88 ) Look forward to your contributions in the community.
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Penny2 ·
Hello there! Glad to be here🤓
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Moore Income ·
Hi there @Penny2 I see you are on our NEWEST members list. So glad you are a part of this community! Welcome!
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KrisS ·
Hello! Happy to be here 😊
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Ktpnuss ·
I’m excited and ready to rock n roll! Let’s make and save money!
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Nancy Youngs ·
Hello everyone! I am a brand new Penny hoarder and I love the opportunity to learn new ways of making money and saving money and basically managing money! I probably like money too much! I definitely feel that I can learn a lot and be a lot better off and stop having to worry so much about this subject that is so near and dear to all of our hearts. To prosperity for us all!
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Elisa E ·
Hi all. I'm excited to be apart of this community & well to explore more of what's to come. I'm from SC & well I'm on disability so I'm always looking for ways to earn extra income from home. The one thing I've found that I absolutely love & makes me feel like more than just a SSN is helping others in whatever way I can. It lifts me up knowing that I did something for someone & it helped them or made things a bit easier for them or just made them smile. I do however enjoy...
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Michella ·
Hello, I look forward to gaining knowledge on making and saving money. Ready and excited.
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Moore Income ·
@KrisS , @Nancy Youngs , @Ktpnuss , @Michella , @Elisa E Welcome. So glad you all are a part of this community! @Nancy Youngs you are definitely in the right place to learn about those topics! @Elisa E Helping others is a great thing to do! I truly believe that providing value to others and putting others needs first is the first step to experiencing personal success on a level that goes much deeper than simply financial.
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Moore Income ·
Just wanted to give a welcome shoutout to the NEWEST members who I currently see have joined the forum. @Sharon Leczel , @Lucy , @Marsha Vaughn @Jeia_Cheree , @Darrell , @Johneric , @Karen Smith , @Paranoid Mary Marvel @Peggy Downing , @TjBurns , @Erek Bierlein , @Carmen M Badeau @Carmen , @Baby D , @Torilanee Welcome to the community. Feel free to introduce yourself in the comments and tell us a little more about yourself!
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Laura S. ·
Hi Everyone! I hope everyone has a good day!
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Laura S. ·
My name is Laura, married, I have 3 children and a grandson. A 22 yr old son that's in the Army, a 19 yr. old daughter that has a one year old son and a 16 yr old daughter that's a freshman in high school.
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Moore Income ·
I wish I could welcome every new member but more and more keep joining. It is exiting but hard to keep up. So I will just continue to welcome those members on the newest member section whenever I log on. Welcome to the community new members, feel free to introduce yourself here! I look forward to hearing your story! @DPlamondon , @ElizabethD , @ClockWork , @C.Christman , @Tammy Lange , @Mary Banks , @Teresa Fallen-Marcum , @MadNinja069 , @MsKim , @TNT , @Kellz , @Jeanel , @Judi , @Amyblaize1...
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Carmen E Cotto ·
Hello everyone nice to find people that are willing to help out whether on saving coupons and other activities im sure im going to learn a lot. Looking forward to this adventure
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Moore Income ·
@Carmen E Cotto glad you have joined us! Look forward to any helpful information you may have to share as well!
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FreebiePharm ·
Welcome, Penny Hoarders! This is a great resource for any financial goal you are setting: side jobs, frugality, couponing, you name it!
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Moore Income ·
Just wanted to give a warm shout out welcome to our newest members! @Nick @otmcfadden @Kathryn Knisley @Steph13 @Desiree Elaine @mgraff3 @Tabitha Payne @Jeanine Beghtol @Mary B @cherryk425 @Sub007 @Mike C @Stefany Corpeno @Daniel Garcia @EJS Would love to know more about you and your story! Feel free to share with us here! And once again, WELCOME aboard!
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Bonnie Squires ·
Welcome every one.
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Moore Income ·
Welcome to all our newest members! You guys have helped us achieve the 2K Member Milestone so way to go! @Breezyhollywood D Hollywood | @David Fitzgerald | @Dylan Prince @DottieRose | @Lyonni | @Martini | @Kim O. @Jody Smith | @annaii | @Sharon Norberg | @Marquese king @Judy720 | @Rwebster | @Ashley13 | @Scoop Be sure to introduce yourself and invite all your friends so we can keep growing this community!
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Moore Income ·
We are over half way to the 3K milestone! Invite your friends and let's keep this community growing!
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Former Member ·
A recent win for me was that I figured out how to put an extra $230 payment on my car each month. I had been making good progress to pay my loan about 2 years early, and now I'm even closer - she should be paid off by July! (Yes, my car is a she. Her name is Birdie, short for Snowbird, because she's white and I bought her right after I moved to Florida.) Once that's done and I allocate those funds toward other debts (I hate my student loans so much), I also want to put aside money for...
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KhiemKhiemosabiNguyen ·
I finally automated my distributions out of my paycheck into my savings and Roth IRA! And for the first time, I increased those distributions by 1% each, totally 22% of my paycheck paying myself first! Even though my paycheck looks smaller, it prevents me from spending more because I already took it off the top!
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Bonnie Squires ·
I've put $1,000 in the bank. Paid $500 and $750 on 2 credit cards off. Paid a bill of a $118 off which the $10 will go in my saving each month. The 2 credit cards I paid off that money will go to paying other credit cards off. I paid for my domain name for a year and hosting for 3 months. Instead of swapping my bank card i've been pulling a certain amount off my card and what ever change i get back i put that up and once the money gone i don't spend any more unless we need some thing food...
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Anna Matetic ·
We have taken better control of our budget. I think I got the idea of "sinking funds" from a Penny Hoarder post. We figured out all our bills that are not monthly (car insurance, garbage bill, etc) and figured out a monthly payment for them. We have a separate account for that money. It broke us of the habit of raiding the savings account when we had a bill like that. So now savings grows without interference and we have money set aside when these bills come up!
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Moore Income ·
When I joined the community a little less than a month ago, there were somewhere between 300-400 members in this community. Now I checked and there are 1,402 as of when I am writing this! That's over 1,000 new members in less than 1 month! I don't know about you but I find that pretty exciting! I have already learned so much from other people sharing their experiences and have met quite a few great people as well! My goal here is to share as much value as I can with fellow members and also...
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Moore Income ·
Every small step in the right direction is one step closer to the goal! When it comes to financial fitness, every accomplishment (no matter how small) is important, as it helps you create a better financial future. Even something as small as not buying a coffee and instead putting that money you would have spent into savings is a financial accomplishment worth celebrating. The more times you do these small things, you begin to create good financial habits that you will carry with you the...
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Mary G ·
My life mantra:a drop turns into a puddle, a puddle to a pond, a pond to a lake and a lake to an ocean! Make every dollar work for you...Citibank 2% cash back cc. Charge everything and pay bill in full every month. Over 6 yrs we have earned over $7000 in cash back points. Pay as many bills as possible with the cc. We’re very frugal...shop at 2nd hand stores, order ice water when we eat out, etc...it’s the little things that add up. We’re super savers putting away over 30% of our earned...
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Bonnie Squires ·
MARY G sounds like you have a really good plan there.
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Moore Income ·
@Mary G Sounds like you are putting to practice some great financial principles. I am still learning and just starting to put into practice good financial principles for a better financial future.
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