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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Get Frugalized!

Posted By Paul

Remember the time Matt and I "frugalized" a friend? We were discussing that recently and both agreed that, while our friend already had some respectable spending and saving habits, she really benefited by getting an additional perspective on a few things that she was unsure about. Not "expert" perspective; we certainly don't claim to provide that, but we talked about all the same things we write about on the blog as they pertained to HER finances. Because many people are still nervous about discussing money matters in anything but an abstract sense, they sometimes have difficulty turning information into action.

If we don't accomplish anything else with Frugalize, we hope to at least get people talking about personal finance. It's amazing how helpful it was to our friend to just get a fresh perspective, and so we wondered, "Are there other people out there who would appreciate free input on their finances by two guys who think a lot about this stuff AND can guarantee that we're not trying to sell them an insurance policy, mutual fund, or get rich quick scheme?"

If you're interested in seeing what we think, just email us at frugalize@gmail.com. We'd have a discussion over email where we talk specifics about income, expenses, debt, and so on. We don't want to know specific account numbers or anything like that, but for our advice to be valid you need to be as honest as possible.

As it says in our disclaimer above, we're not financial advisers so we won't recommend stocks or specific mutual funds. We also won't recommend specific banks, brokerages, or insurance companies. What we WILL do is give you a critical and honest look at your financial state and offer unbiased free advice that you can take to heart or ignore.

We'll give you the best advice we can for free and all we ask is your permission to discuss the process we went through together in a future Frugalize article. We'll have you look it over before publishing to make sure that you feel comfortable with it, and obviously would not include any specifics about your identity.

If you're interested, drop us a line.

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