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  • Go to Barnes & Noble, and read "The Total Money Makeover" by Dave Ramsey. You don't even have to spend the money to buy it, so I'm not scamming here. Food budget: Beans & Rice. Or, for variety, Rice & Beans. 2 pound bag of rice: $1.79 13 ounce box of rice krispies: $3.59 1 pound can of beans: $0.79 1 pound of steak: $4.19+ Entertainment: If broke people are making fun of the way you're spending money, you're probably on the right track. ---------------- Here's an article someone posted on www.daveramsey.com It Can Be Done on Any Salary By Paul in Wisconsin My wife and I ran across Financial Peace Revisited and picked it up, not knowing that it would change our lives. At the time, I was 2 years out of college, working on a small teacher's salary with one kid and a second on the way. We had just bought a used minivan and opened up a $10,000 loan on it. We also had about $10,000 in school loans and about $2,000 in credit card debt. $22,000 doesn't sound too bad, and to be honest, I didn't think it was. As I read Dave's book, I got about halfway through and almost put the book down because I thought on my income I could not do this amazing stuff and pay off all this debt. Where was the money going to come from? Well, luckily I finished the book, and then it took me about a month to convince my wife to read it. Once she read it, she was mad at debt and we started the Baby Steps. Even living in an area of the country where the cost of living is high and the average household in our area has an income of almost double mine, the Lord has allowed us to accomplish the following in just 18 short months: $10,000 school bill - Down to $5,500 $10,000 car loan - Down to $6,000 $2,000 worth of credit card debt and 5 credit cards - GONE!!! I survived my plastectomy!!! Average bank account balance at the end of the month BEFORE Dave between checking and savings - $300-500 Current bank account balance at the end of the month AFTER Dave between checking and savings - $13,000 Emergency Fund BEFORE - $0 Emergency Fund NOW - $5,000 IT CAN BE DONE ON ANY SALARY. My wife and I have become Financial Peace fanatics. Last year the only gifts we gave to relatives were Financial Peace books and materials!
  • I wanted to second Dave Ramsey's book. We borrowed it from the public library. Totally awesome, and within six months we paid off everything but our mortgage. We're working on that. We have seven kids, so I know all about budgeting and shopping. Consider doing a club like Sam's or CostCo, the freezer makes a big difference. You can buy meat in bulk, grains, pasta etc, freeze it all in one gallon freezer bags, and you have food for MONTHS. It's a little more when you start, but once you are in, it's way less than you could imagine. If you are getting any tax return back, spend the money on a little chest freezer (maybe like this http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?action=pr... and a $30 membership. We have a big one (but hey, we have seven kids...we buy the whole COW from a local farmer) For entertainment, we have cut that back. It's not as important as family time, and if we want to watch a movie, we rent it from the library. It's free, and they have nearly all the new movies. For extra money I've done in home babysitting, but I've not liked it. It seems really intrusive on the time I have with the children, and the kids (while not bad) aren't used to our rules and expectations for behavior. I don't have much in the way of suggestions on that, we've just mostly focused on not spending money.
  • you may want to consider taking care of a few children in your home.Family's have to pay allot of money for child care.This would allow you to have extra money to support your life style.My sister-in-law took in a few children while her husband was stationed over seas when he returned home all the bills were paid off.She only watched them during the week this freed up the week ends for her to do the things she needed to get done that she couldn't due during the week.It worked out well for them.She took care of children for two years and then opted for an office job
  • Can you take in a friend's kid for a modified daycare? Only tips I have are to buy groceries on sale... we have an extra freezer in the garage and it's paid for itself 10 times over. We try to buy whole chickens and get many meals out of them. We buy meat in the big family packs when it's on sale and carefully repackage it in freezer wrap and freezer baggies.
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  • Does anyone know of any place/organization/person/etc. that provides financial assistance for dental work? My daughter needs some dental work done and our insurance will not cover the costs for the procedures. She lacks the protective coating on her baby teeth the we have when we start getting our teeth. Therefore, her teeth are decaying rapidly. It is only her top teeth. So she needs all of them to be capped. To do this she will need to be put out - completely put under because she is only 6 years old... that is where the expense comes in. Any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Taking out a loan is out of the question due to bad credit.
  • Do you qualify for Medicaid? Try to see if you do. Medicaid would become the secondary insurance. Your dentist would need to submit a treatment plan for authorization to your first insurance, then Medicaid. Then do the same with all the billings.
  • Since you have bad credit you do not have many options. Several community organizations have agreements with several dentists who will work with people who are facing the same problems that you have. They will do the work but at a reduced rate, and I am pretty sure they will require some type of payment up front. Also try the United Way. They may can assist you with your situation. With your credit being bad, when you get over this crisis you really need to work on restoring your credit. Really it would make life a lot easier.
  • You can look into the nearest University that has an accredited Dental and Orthadontial program and provides degrees in this field of medicine. If your near California, try University of the Pacific. They exchange for free dental work and proceedures for their students.
  • Talk with your dentist. They can sometimes put pressure on the insurance companies. Also, if they are going to put her under than you may want to find out if your medical insurance will cover that!
  • you can get your own dental insurance. i think I've seen it as low as 20 or so dollars a month for pretty decent coverage.... search for dental insurance policies on the web.
  • I would talk more with the insurance company, as it sounds like it is medically necessary.
  • This company gives you a discount, but no assistance. You can check out their prices and see if they help. http://www.usabenefits.org Good Luck!
  • where you live would help. than if someone knew of a dentist in your area they could help you more.
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