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Re: Hello new members!

AverageJoe ·
Kiersten, having to go through a bankruptcy is NEVER a fun thing to do. My wife and I were forced into one when I went disabled in 2000. It wasn't until 2001 that we had to file. We lost our home, our cars except for a clunker we had and many other items. Most of the items listed on our bankruptcy were medical. We hated to do it and thought we'd never get over it. But, we did, and I did what I could to help my wife since she had become the primary breadwinner of the family. We did things we...
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Re: Have you watched Game of Thrones and Vikings?

Bonnie Squires ·
DEON CHRISTIE yes it was i liked 24 hours to that was good. The black list this is there last year on air I loved that show to.
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Re: Have you watched Game of Thrones and Vikings?

Deon Christie ·
Haven't watched that one @Bonnie Squires . But a while back there was another series called " Strike Back ". A British special forces strike team.
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Re: Have you ever sat just watching people and thought...really?

Bonnie Squires ·
DEON CHRISTIE had allot of store open 24 hours. KS only one i know of is Walmart. We shop there a couple times a month and than i do most of our shopping where we use to live because our son still works there and the market here and dollar general here.
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Re: Have you ever sat just watching people and thought...really?

Deon Christie ·
For me it's a shop called Makro @Bonnie Squires . Where you can buy in bulk with rather large savings. I save almost 45% on my groceries considering quantity. Which makes it easier to not having to buy groceries as such every month. Apart from the everyday items like bread, milk and fresh veggies.
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Re: Would you rather…

Stepfairley ·
I chose after 40 but my true answer would never work after 60 because right now I am a nurse and love it. Before nursing I was a soldier for 24 years. Both jobs I have truly enjoyed, just wish I knew these saving tips when I first started working.
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Re: Would you rather…

Deborah D ·
I am only commenting here to say THANKS for serving!
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Re: Hello new members!

Leslie Kay ·
This may be a little late but check out Cambly which is ESL teaching right from home, no training, choose your hours. All done online. Pays each Monday via paypal. Pays by the minute, when you are online with a student. Every call is a different situation or country to talk with. Not a ton of money but can reach around $10 per hour. Some situations you are guaranteed paid if you get calls or not. Totally flexible hours and days. 10-21 cents per minute. Good support and technical assistance.
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Re: What are your favorite Saving hacks?

Madiha Jamal ·
In cart abandonment, if you leave something in your cart for later purchase, and don't check out, you can get a 20% discount promo code from the retailer within 24-48 hours. Most of the merchants usually send a discount or promo code via email to rescue the abandoned cart. This hack is seriously insane. you can get the item you like at some decent discounts. P.S: Not all retailers send the promo code to rescue the abandoned cart. You can find all the details about cart abandonment here:...
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Re: Financial Fitness February: Day 21

redcatcec ·
Well, spent today running errands, oh how I hate them. My husband assembled a portable plant greenhouse today, bought it last year at ALDI on clearance...about 5'x 24" x 32" inches with 4 tiers and has a plastic cover with a zipper and vents on the top. Can't remember what we paid for it but it was a bargain. So excited and ready to use it, have seedlings ready to go. Nothing as fresh as something you can pick from your own garden and enjoy. We love to grow our own food here, so good and...
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Re: Hello new members!

Anne Smith ·
Well hello back, redcatcec from Maryland. It's nice to be so welcomed! I have NO CLUE how I contracted the bacterial meningitis. I just know that at the time I was going through a treatment to get rid of my Hepatitis C. Now this was in the old days, back when they were using Interferon and such. Not the new Epclusa, which is what my husband used to get rid of his (bless his soul!) and that's PROVEN to work! Now, Interferon strips your immune system down to nothing and slowly rebuilds it, and...
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Re: Retirement account

Drt123 ·
What I don’t understand is once the stocks go to zero you can’t buy them back. No money left to it with ????? > On Mar 24, 2020, at 10:35 AM, The Penny Hoarder Community < [email protected] > wrote: > > 
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Re: Traditonal or non traditional

Mo Brownies ·
I have now considered putting my emergency fund in a online CD account for 2.90 APY. its money i shouldnt be touching and hopefully i dont- but if anything I do have credit card I can use. Ive been thinking about doing the 12 months or 24 months CD. nothing more then 2 year. Doing the calculations - if i put 10k in, thats can be $285 or $588 respectivetly. Not bad for a year or 2 years.
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In between jobs, but my parents have financial control

Maya ·
Hi everyone, I'm in a little bit of a sticky situation. I'm in between full-time jobs, and only working 1-2 days on the weekend for about 4 hours a shift at about $12/hr. I live on my own with my cat, so I don't have many expenses, but they do exist, and my part-time job doesn't cover squat. The good news is: I have a lot of financial support from my parents. The bad news is: I have a lot of financial support from my parents. While I know that I'm extremely lucky and I appreciate my parents'...
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Financial Fitness February: Day 11

Moore Income ·
Not gonna lie, the days seem to be going by faster and faster and it seems like I never have enough time to get things done. I know I need to work a lot on my time management skills especially since next month I will be returning part time to my former job as a digital marketer for a promotional products company. Financially, here is what happened today: 1.) Sourced a Bit More I decided to check back in at Bed Bath & Beyond to see if they were still running their Red Dot Clearance event.
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AMAZON PRIME DELIVERY

Former Member ·
OCTOBER-25-2019 HELLO PENNY HOARDER: I CANCELED MY MEMBERSHIP 10/24/19. I HAVE BEEN ON AUTO MONTHLY PAY $14.03 MONTH. THE DELIVERY DRIVERS WOULD LEAVE MY PACKAGES AT WRONG HOUSES OR LEAVE AT FRONT GATE***CITY SIDEWALK***. THEY WOULD NOT WALK 15 FEET TO MY FRONT DOOR-SECURE DELIVERY ON CAMERA. AND YET, THEY CLAIMED PACKAGE WAS LEFT IN A SECURE LOCATION. MANY TIMES THIS HAPPENED AND I FINALLY HAD ENOUGH. I BET THOSE DELIVERY DRIVERS WOULD NOT LEAVE THEIR WALLET IN THAT***SECURE LOCATION***. I...
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Financial Fitness February: Day 23 & 24

Moore Income ·
There are some days, no matter how hard you try, you just won't quite be able to accomplish everything you hope to. Yesterday was one of those for me. We had a pretty busy day with church and then hanging out with family and before you know it, time had flown by and the day had past without me getting around to writing my daily post. But that is a good lesson in and of itself, sometimes things just don't go as planned, especially with finances. So instead of worry about it, I figured I would...
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Financial Fitness February: Day 26

Moore Income ·
UPDATE: I just realized I accidentally named this Day 24 but it is Day 26 The finish line for Financial Fitness February is just around the corner, but my goal is to finish as strong as possible. So here is what went down today: 1.) Sales on eBay Again The pattern seems to be one day of sales, one day with none and then sales again. While this isn't the best pattern, I will still take it since I am making sales still. I actually made 2 sales today. One is for a dropshipped product which has...
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Re: $600.00 a week unemployment

Dear Penny ·
@NATE Byars Unfortunately, I don't think that's an option. You have to document your work history from the last 18-24 months when you file.
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Re: $600.00 a week unemployment

Leda sun Smith ·
@Nate Byars Dear Penny is correct. If you have no work history from the last 18-24 months you are not eligible for the $600 benefit.
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Re: $600.00 a week unemployment

Jenny Lollar ·
Not sure if my first response posted. But yes, I was able to receive the federal $600 and also my weekly state benefits simply because I was looking for a job and even had a start date right as the stay-at-home orders were put in place. I also included 2 handwritten invoices for art I had sold. That was all I needed to be approved. I had been working from home doing a variety of cash paid odd jobs for the previous 18-24 months.
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Re: This week’s Community Announcements 5.15.20

Larry Buscher ·
Nearly all college / university students have a weapon to use against a faulty economy and a shortage of time to earn money. Penny Hoarder actually is a source for these students to turn to by providing a work from home (WFH) job board. The businesses are all vetted, and there are so many options. The weapon to which I referred is a working knowledge of technology that provides opportunities that their parents could only dream about. These students were born with a laptop in one hand and a...
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Re: Taking loans from 401k federally Approved, but employers saying they're not participating

sthom ·
Contact ERISA, the agency that governs all 401(k) plans, and let your employer know that you are doing so. ERISA is under the US Department of Labor. See attachment for how to file a complaint with them.
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Re: Emergency utility bill help

Bonnie Squires ·
KIERSTEN HEDKE I know how you feel. Just went to get meds filled for our son and was told he was taken off medical. i just want to crawl back in bed today but i'm not given up. Your local churches my be able to help you. All so this my sound crazy but if you have kids in school or not they my know of some one who can help you. I did this years ago even called a school district we wasn't in but same county and got help that way. All so depending on your health issue they my not be able to...
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Re: Any ideas to save money on a cross country move?

friardave ·
MRS D, Congrats on getting out of nasty weather. AZ is so much more predictable. Shorts and tshirts most of the year, LOL. AZ is the only place I would move back to after retiring, as I grew up there and still think of it mostly as home. I moved from CA to NM , in 2007, with the biggest uhaul truck, we could get at the time, and a trailer. My wife drove our packed pickup truck. We sold a truck and tossed so much junk before. 3 full 24 ft dumpsters. We live in TX and don't want to move again.
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Re: Any ideas to save money on a cross country move?

nwrigs ·
Hello. 3 years ago we moved from Virgina to Nevada. Quite a move and could be quite expensive. We also downsized ( probably should have downsized more and will if we move again) but we got rid of almost 1/2 of what we had. To save money we bought a 24 foot trailer - in the long run it was just about as cheap to do that than to rent a moving vehicle because of the distance. Also, if you run out of room and still need to move items use Greyhound. Yes, Greyhound buses. I sent 20 plastic totes...
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Re: Any ideas to save money on a cross country move?

MrsD08 ·
Huh, I never would have thought of using Grey Hound. Thanks for the information.
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