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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Budget

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Making New Year’s resolutions for your budget is easy, but following through is a different story. The number one reason most resolutions fail is because they are unattainable. That’s why it’s important to set realistic goals for yourself. Here are a few simple ideas to trim down your budget and support your progress in the
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Life After Debt: Apps That Help You Grow Your Money

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These apps could help you save more, spend smarter, and build bigger savings.   Mint Budgeting App CNN Money called this the “Cadillac of money management apps” and it’s easy to see why. Once you’ve set it up and linked all your creditors and bank accounts, it: Automatically pays your bills on time Tracks all
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Life After Debt: Easy Ways to Keep Saving

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By now you’ve become a pro at this saving thing right? But learning new habits for saving money is never a bad thing — especially if they’re easy like these: Question your reason for buying. Next time you go shopping, stop right before you get to the checkout and look at what you’re about to
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What Is Your Favorite Budgeting Tool?

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How to Increase Your Savings

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From an early age, my parents encouraged me to save money and plan for the future. They wanted me to get a head start, knowing that my money could grow in a savings account and one day help with unexpected expenses. I’m thankful I listened to them, because my emergency fund has gotten me out
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8 Gifts that Keep on Giving

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Not sure what to get your loved ones this holiday? Don’t worry – I have a great list of ideas for you, and many of them will cost you little to no money (perfect if you’re trying to clean up your finances!). Nowadays, people have so much unnecessary stuff. Why not give something that’s a
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5 Money Saving Tips for Thanksgiving

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This year, we’re having Thanksgiving dinner with family at our house, and before that, a group of our friends are coming over for a pre-Thanksgiving celebration. We look forward to enjoying scrumptious meals with loved ones but don’t want to be stuck with a crazy grocery bill, so I’ve come up with 5 simple ways
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Consumer Confidence Leads to Overspending

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With the holiday season hot on our tails, consumers across the country are gearing up for their annual shopping binge. Now that the government shutdown is over and a debt deal has been struck between opposing parties, economists have already surmised that the two events have collided to give consumers that extra confidence boost necessary
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Save Money on Halloween

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Can you believe it’s already October? Halloween is fast approaching, and the neighborhood is becoming more and more ghoulish as each night passes. For many families, this holiday means spooky fun but also additional spending. Costumes, candy, and decorations can really add up, but it’s doesn’t have to be that way. If you’re currently trying
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