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In the Press

My applications have garnered some attention in the press. I've compiled all the articles and mentions that I have been told about, but I know there are more out there. If you've heard about any of our productions in the media, please send us an email from the contact us form and let us know where you heard about it.



Glamour Magazine: Just How Far Are You From The Handbag Of Your Dreams

Ever look longingly at a hot pair of shoes or a to-die-for dress and wonder just how long it would take for you to save up for it? Wonder no more, dolls!

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Mainstreet: DaystoPay.com, What Shopping Really Costs You

NEW YORK (MainStreet) – How much is your holiday shopping really worth to you?

The average American will need to work 7 days, 2 hours, 19 minutes and 17 seconds in order to pay for holiday shopping this year, and that’s assuming you have no other major expenses.

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WCPO TV: How long to pay off that Christmas gift?

Do you have a big screen TV on your Santa wish list? How about an Xbox 360, or a new iPad?

You might rethink some of those wishes once you check a new website.

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Consumer Reports: Calculate How Many Days Of Work That New Shirt Will Cost You

DaysToPay is a handy little site that quickly shows you how long you will have to work in order to buy something. Enter the cost and your hourly wage or yearly salary and it shows you just how much of your sweat is going into that new Xbox Kinect.

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Wall Street Journal: A Website for Debtors

Need help resisting the urge to splurge?

A free online calculator at TheRealDamage.com may help you say no to new spending by demonstrating how much you could save by instead using the money to pay down your credit-card debt.

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Consumer Reports: Force A Reality Check With This "Real Cost" Credit Card Tool

The next time you want to splurge on some big ticket item, you might want to head over to The Real Damage first to see what it's going to actually cost you in the long run. The free online tool looks at your current balances and interest rates, as well as your monthly payments, and then approximates how much extra you'll pay in interest on your new purchase before you're totally debt free.

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Life Hacker: The Real Damage Calculates the True Cost of a New Purchase on Your Credit Card

 Webapp The Real Damage calculates the true price of adding another purchase to a credit card that's already carrying a balance.

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What's the world saying about our applications?

"It's actually a genius lesson in how to manage your spending money."

- Glamour Magazine

 

...if you take the added interest that accrues on the increased balance of your debt into account, over time that price quickly grows—and that's the dollar amount The Real Damage focuses on.

- LifeHacker.com

 

A free online calculator at TheRealDamage.com may help you say no to new spending...

- Wall Street Journal

 

Do you have a big screen TV on your Santa wish list? How about an Xbox 360, or a new iPad? You might rethink some of those wishes once you check a new website.

- WCPO TV