This Week On The Web: Getting Ready for 2011

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What to Buy In January – By TipHero.com

With all the major winter holidays over, January can be a great month to save on a wide arrange of items. A common shopping to-do this time of year amongst frugal shoppers is Christmas décor, which can be found just about anywhere with heavily slashed prices. Try to search for the stores that stocked up on things like toys, bedding and electronics over the holidays because you’ll find some spectacular deals as they need to clear shelf space for 2011’s new products!

7 Frugal Life Skills to “Do It Yourself” and Save Money – By Heather Levin

For those looking to learn new life skills in 2011, check out this article by Heather Levin.  The more you can learn to do yourself in life, the more financially empowered you’ll become.

50 Ways to Save $1,000 a Year – By Fox of Squakfox.com

This article provides 50 fairly simple solutions to helping you save over $1000 dollars a year.   Highlight 12/24 tips you can apply to your own life and organize them into a weekly/monthly task list and let the money saving begin!

7 Recommended Websites for Debt Reduction – By Jim Lockwood

A common new year’s resolution is to reduce ones debt. Be careful though, as there are a lot of companies out there trying to make money off of you by charging you for information you can get elsewhere for free.  Check out these 7 websites on how to save money and lower debt.

Honorable Mentions:

10 Things We Overpay For – By Joan Goldwasser

We All Have Room to Cut Expenses – By ThatOneCavemen.com

How Healthy Are Your Finances? – By CNNmoney.com

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