WorkingCarsforWorkingFamilies.org offers a searchable database of non-profit organizations throughout the United States that offer free or low-cost cars to low-income families who need reliable transportation in order to... More »

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As of May 2015, there are a few nationwide organizations that offer free vehicles to the needy, including Online Car Donation, With Causes Charitable Network and The Original 1-800-Charity Cars. There are also a number o... More »

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Contests and gifts are both ways of obtaining a free car but can come with undesirable downsides. These options each make it possible to get a car without paying money for it. They may include obligations to forfeit time... More »

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Free cars for low-income families are available through 1-800-Charity Cars and Goodwill Industries of Northern Michigan, as of 2015, according to the organizations. Charity Cars accepts applications for free vehicles at ... More »

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Printable home budget worksheets are available on several websites, including BudgetWorksheets.org, DollarTimes.com and BetterBudgeting.com. Budget Worksheets and Dollar Times offer customizable sample budgets that you c... More »

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To finance a vacation, first come up with a viable spending plan by estimating the cost of transportation, hotel, meals, entertainment admissions and souvenirs, reports Bankrate. Find ways to save on everyday expenses an... More »

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The average American family spends roughly 90 percent of its annual income on housing, transportation, food and other items. More than 60 percent of families own their homes, and the average home has 2.5 residents. More »

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