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Save Over $100 When You Unsubscribe From Entertainment Apps

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Posted in: Budgeting, Goals, Money

You already know it’s not good for your budget if you go to a concert or the movies every day, but how often do you indulge at home when it comes to music, music and television?Are you paying more than you think to enable frequent weekends of binge-watching the newest season of your favorite shows?
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9 Amazing Ways to Save $300 Every Month

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Posted in: Budgeting, Goals, Money

What could you do with an extra $300 a month? You know the saying “every penny counts,” yet how do you make those pennies add up to dollars? A few small changes can help you save money every day and keep more in your pocket. Imagine how $300 could be put toward a car payment,
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6 Ways to Plan for a Debt-Free Holiday

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Posted in: Budgeting, Credit Cards, Debt, Money

The holiday season is fast approaching and with it come the feasting, festivities, and financial obligations many of us have come to dread. According to Gallup, Americans will spend an average of $830 this year on gift giving. This figure will increase if you’re a parent: playing Santa can cost between $400 to $500 per
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5 Brilliant Ways for Couples to Get Out of Debt Together

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Posted in: Budgeting, Credit Cards, Debt, Debt Relief, Goals, Relationships

Once you’ve found the person you want to spend your life with, you’ll do anything to keep your relationship strong. And sometimes, money problems and debt stress can make that tricky. Even though talking about your finances can be scary, bringing it up now could help you avoid future relationship or marriage issues and create
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How to Improve Your Financial Well Being

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Posted in: Budgeting, Credit Score, Goals, Money

Whether you’re a financial expert or just starting to learn about personal finance, managing your money can be hard. How is your credit score calculated? How important is it? These tips could help answer those questions and help you improve your financial well being.* 1. Make a Budget Evaluating your financial situation is the best
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5 Smart Steps to a Debt-Free Retirement

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Posted in: Budgeting, Retirement

What are your retirement plans? You might dream of spending more time with your family, relaxing, taking up new hobbies, or going on the vacation of a lifetime. But if your retirement is approaching and you’re still struggling with debt, those dreams could be harder to achieve. Retirement is expensive, but being in debt could
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6 Signs You May Have Too Much Debt

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Posted in: Budgeting, Credit Cards, Debt, Debt Options

Almost everyone has some type of debt, and not all debt is bad debt. Your debt may be completely manageable—or it could be a time bomb waiting to go off. Here’s how to know if you’re in a situation where it might be smart to start investigating debt consolidation loans, debt reduction programs, and other
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Debt Consolidation 101

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Posted in: Budgeting, Debt, Debt Consolidation, Debt Options, Debt Relief, Money

People struggling with heavy debt are often told to consolidate their debt. But it’s important to understand that consolidating your debt isn’t the same thing as paying off your debt. And debt consolidation isn’t the same as credit counseling or debt negotiation, either. Simply put, consolidating debt merely means to combine all your debts into
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The Truth About America’s Debt Crisis

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Posted in: Budgeting, Debt, Debt Options, Money

If you’re worried about your debt, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans struggle with debt every year. And America’s debt situation is only getting worse, with credit card debt reaching a whopping $1 trillion in early 2017. What’s causing America’s debt crisis? Flat wages, reliance on credit, and the inability to pay off debt puts
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10 Smart Ways to Save Money on Summer Vacation

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Posted in: Budgeting, Debt, Money

Vacations can be expensive. They often involve airfare, hotels, and lots of restaurant meals. But getting away doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Here are a few tips to make your next getaway more affordable, whether you’re traveling abroad or staying close to home. Do your research Plan in advance and compare
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