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Re: Family and Finances- How much did you learn growing up?

MountainFan ·
@Annette V. I can totally relate. The first time I remember my parents talking about a credit card was when I was like 21. They had paid off the balance but said something like "if you don't have fun now, you'll just be older and wishing you did." It was confusing to me. I opened my first credit card in college and did phenomenal with it for the first three months- because I forgot I had it! Reading up on finances is really enjoyable to me, but I tend to get stuck in a rut of just reading,...
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Re: Hello new members!

Leslie Kay ·
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Maintaining Available Credit Card Limit Ratio While Decreasing Number of Credit Cards

Alison D. Gilbert ·
I have too many credit cards. I really want to not use them and let several of them close by the issuer for lack of use. Right now I use less than 1% of my available credit. I have read it is OK to use up to 30% without negative consequences. My credit score is 813. I would like to keep it this high. Will letting some cards close hurt my score?
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Financial Fitness February: Day 21

Moore Income ·
Today was fairly slow financially. Not a lot happened but I will share what went down. 1.) Bought a TI 84 Calculator I was able to find a TI Calculator on FB Marketplace today and the seller was willing to take $25 for it. I will buy these calculators at this price all day long because if I hang on to those until school starts up again, I will be able to sell them for upwards of $80 to $100. I consider these calculators to be an investment and they are almost always worth picking up if you...
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Re: Have you ever had a pet with diabetes?

sthom ·
Yes, I had a 21-year old cat (I adopted her from moving neighbors when he was 12) who had diabetes, insulin shots, the works. He had one limb amputated and got around fine, until he died of a stroke in 2003. I still miss my Kitman the Hitman.
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Re: Happy November!

Reboti Kumar Mondal ·
Hello Dear, Thank you very much for your greetings email. Sincerely, Reboti On Mon, Nov 4, 2019 at 9:21 AM The Penny Hoarder Community < [email protected]> wrote:
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Re: Financial Fitness February

Arthur Mantzouris ·
I hear all the suggestions about how or not to help their kids. Sometimes it comes down to tough love. In a way, you dont want to flat out say No! But at the same time, they need to learn to handle things on their own, like all of us are. But when it comes to praying. Matthew 21:22 says: And all the things you ask in prayer, having Faith, you will receive. So first we need to pray and then having the Faith is the other key in showing God that we want to rely on him. Why should we rely on...
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Re: IRS Refunds Timelines

Dear Penny ·
Hi Lea! I haven't heard of any changes to the way the IRS will calculate your refund. But if you still have the info you're referring to available, I'd be happy to take a look. I haven't heard anything from the IRS that says they're trying to process returns any faster. So far, they've just been saying they're processing in about 21 days, which is average speed. So unfortunately, I haven't seen anything that would suggest you'd get your refund faster than usual. But again, maybe you've seen...
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