Paid By Cash In Canada- Bought My EMMO Bike-My Dreams Came True

Guest Post By: Janice Dicker Janice submitted her “Paid By Cash” story to Canadian Budget Binder to share how easy it is to reach a goal when you put your mind to it! Saving is easier when you budget and think outside the box like Janice! About Us Hi my name is Janice Dicker and I would like to start out here and let you know that I’m disabled. I’m not ashamed of my disability and I’m working hard on trying to make ends meet with my disability pension along with my husband who is also disabled. Together we  have a comfortable small house, a wonderful son, 4 dogs and a reliable car that gets us from point A to point B. The problem is this reliable car is costing us more money than we can truly afford. After paying the bills each month we use what money is left to buy groceries for the family. This is all the money we have and are unable to save for a rainy day. I’ve thought of ways that we could maximize on what we have to save some money and create an Emergency Savings Fund  for when something would happen. I needed […]

Paid by Cash In Canada- New Home,New Baby,New Garage Door Openers!

I’ve started a new Category devoted to my FANS who send me emails about how they paid cash for items they needed. Our first story today was submitted by Amanda Kosher who  lives in Ontario. She tells us her story which is both inspirational and touching. Saving to pay for what you need in cash keeps you away from the dreaded evil credit monster. Thanks Amanda for sharing your story with the Canadian Budget Binder community! Cheers, MR. CBB Here’s Amanda’s Story: We sold our house in last year and purchased a bigger one in Ontario,Canada. The house we sold had all the bells and whistles. We lived there for more than 15 years so we had updated everything. We built on a deck added garage door openers, put in a skylight, a hot tub, you name it, that house had it all. Our new house was a newer built 3500 sq ft estate home, which the original owners began to upgrade but ran out of money.  Although the home was new, big and beautiful, it had no deck, no garage door openers and no landscaping. Our situation not being like it was 15 years earlier where we could just do […]

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