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Kevin MulliganKevin Mulligan is a debt reduction champion with a passion for teaching people how to budget and stay out of debt. He's building a personal finance freelance writing career and has written for RothIRA.com, Discover Bank, and many others.

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Articles by Kevin Mulligan

Cut Recurring Expenses to Save Over and Over Again

Cut Recurring Expenses to Save Over and Over Again

Following up on the two articles about cutting your big expenses: cutting your insurance costs back and refinancing your home to drastically reduce your monthly cost; today we are going to focus on little things that […]

Refinance Your Home Loan

Refinance Your Home Loan

In my last article, Pay Less for Your Insurance Coverage, I showed you how to invest an hour of your time to save a few hundred dollars on your insurance costs.  Hopefully you didn’t just read the […]

Pay Less for Your Insurance Coverage

In this first article of the 15 Steps to More Money and Less Debt series, I’ve got your first big financial win in store for you today. It’s about a topic that we all dreamt of […]

How to Prepare for Disaster Without Going Broke

How to Prepare for Disaster Without Going Broke

Have you ever seen the television show “Doomsday Preppers“? A few weeks ago on a Friday night I happened across the show on the National Geographic channel. It was dedicated to telling the stories of people […]

How to Rent Your Home in Another State

How to Rent Your Home in Another State

When you purchase a home you make a mental judgment about how long you plan to live there. If the time frame is relatively short — just a few years — it normally doesn’t make sense […]

4 Ways to Pay Off Your Mortgage Faster

4 Ways to Pay Off Your Mortgage Faster

A 15 or 30 year mortgage is a long time to be paying on the same bill. Even with interest rates at historic lows, a 30 year mortgage will charge you almost 100% of the home’s […]

How to Have an Inexpensive Wedding

How to Have an Inexpensive Wedding

The average couple in the United States spends about $26,000 on their wedding. That’s enough money for a down payment on a decent home, to fully fund a 12 month emergency fund, or to buy a […]

What to do When Your Home Appraisal Comes in Low

What to do When Your Home Appraisal Comes in Low

Imagine you’ve been saving money for the down payment on your first home. You and your significant other have been watching the listings like anxious hawks. Your real estate agent has begrudgingly put up with showing you […]

Should You Ever Donate Your Vehicle to Charity?

Should You Ever Donate Your Vehicle to Charity?

In the past the process of getting rid of a used vehicle that you didn’t want to bother selling was pretty simple. Just find a charity to accept the vehicle as a donation and take a […]

How to Consolidate Student Loans

How to Consolidate Student Loans

Student loan debt is one of the most crushing debts for new graduates, especially in an economy where simply finding a job amidst high unemployment is difficult. Consolidating your student loans can save money on interest […]

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