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Ronnie E.

Ronnie is the frugal Latina of the group. Hailing from the beautiful Andes Mountains in Bolivia, she lives and breathes frugality. She loves to figure out how to spend less money and takes on the challenge of finding great deals and cheaper options every day.

7 Back-Up Plans to Cover Costs You Forgot to Budget In

A budget is an instrumental tool in managing your finances. It gives a clear vision of how much money you have coming in each month, and more importantly, how that money is being distributed. A solid budget can help you to reduce wasteful spending, save money, and make informed purchasing decisions. Yet, it’s effectiveness declines when you forget to add …

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Stock Market Advice for Beginner Investors

Making small investments into the stock market is a great way to grow wealth, and the great news is that anybody can invest. Here are a few ways to go about your venture into stocks that will have you on the path to profiting!

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Why Flexible Work Schedules and Telecommuting Are Good for Workers and Employers

The nine-to-five grind is no longer the best way to approach your career. Companies have finally started to recognize the potential benefits of telecommuting and flexible work schedules. Take a look at how they are beneficial to both employers and employees!

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7 Crucial Facts About Getting A Cosigner for Your Loan

Do you need a cosigner for your loan? Here's what you need to know. From how to get a cosigner to understanding the risks, we go through the most important aspects of cosigning.

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Financial Woes and Ways to Dig Out From Under Them

Just when things start getting better with your finances, you're pulled back under into difficult waters... How do you get out of it? Here are some tips to help you stay afloat!

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How to Find the Right Home Insurance & Warranty

Owning a home is the greatest investment you'll ever make and you need to protect it. Before it's too late, learn how to choose the right home insurance and warranty policy to cover your needs!

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Why Buying A Used Car Is Better For Your Bank Balance

Buying a new vehicle can be a daunting process, but knowing whether to pick a new or a used vehicle is the first milestone. As a frugal shopper, which car should you buy: used or new? Take a look at why we vote used.

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5 Ways to Save Money on your Website

Starting a website can be very inexpensive. As a matter of fact, the entire All the Frugal Ladies site cost only $115 dollars to put together! If you're looking to build a website, here are 5 ways to save some cash.

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Deciding What to Get With a Loan and How to Get One on Bad Credit

Many people need to make purchases they just can't afford. If you're also in a bind, here are possible loan options for you - even if you have bad credit.

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How Much Should you Spend on your Engagement Ring?

So you're looking to buy an engagement ring for that special moment. But now comes the difficult question: how much should you spend? We break it down so there's no mystery left!

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