Your Financial Life, Explained By Dogs

Check out what our four-legged friends have to say about personal finance. They may have a few tips for you that you need to read! They are, after all, man's best friend.

Hope you’re having a dog-gone good time! Here’s your financial life, explained by our four legged friends…

You’re creative about how you stay cool when summers get hot.


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You always make a second meal out of leftovers.


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You do a little dance on payday…


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Then spend it all on shoes.


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You took paying off debt with “gazelle intensity” a little too literally.


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You don’t mind cruising around in an older car.


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You just can’t cut that cable bill.


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You go all out making your own costumes.


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You cash in with a yard sale…


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because you’re all about the Benjamins, baby.


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Updating your budget really puts you to sleep.


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Ugh, tax season again!


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You pick up a second job to pay the bills.


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When life gives you lemons, you make yourself a martini.


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After all that hard work, a well-deserved vacation.


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Have your finances gone to the dogs? Or is your wallet well-trained?

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About Jeffrey Trull

Jeffrey Trull is a freelance writer and blogger who enjoys getting a few laughs while helping readers pay off debt and spend money on what they love. His work has been featured on MSN Money, Money Talks News, and The Dough Roller. Find more of his writing at


  1. CrystalBandyThomas says:

    That was so very well put!  I think I’ma goin’ to the dogs!