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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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5 Money Tips for the Class of 2017

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Graduating from college marks a huge time of change in your life. You’re officially joining the real world and there are some things you’ll need to consider. Pretty soon you’ll be faced with new challenges, like looking for a job, paying back student loans, and figuring out where to live next. This may sound daunting,
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Adorable, Affordable Easter Egg Craft Project

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Here’s a unique, budget-friendly way to create the cutest eggs around. Forget the messy dyes and expensive craft kits. With just a few materials that can be found at home, you can create your very own Easter egg animal farm! All you’ll need are some eggs, cotton balls, construction paper or felt, pipe cleaners, glue,
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3 Simple Ways to Spring Clean Your Budget

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While you’re working to get your home spick and span, make sure to spend some time giving your budget a little TLC too. Here are 3 ways to freshen up your finances this spring. Change with the season We’re looking forward to swapping out our winter coats for light spring jackets, and when the weather
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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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How Well Do You Know Money?

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Do you know how many times you can fold a bill back and forth before it tears? How about where the first U.S. coins were produced? Take our fun money facts quiz and see how you score.

Tapping Into Retirement Funds

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Today, we have a guest post from Brian Rodriguez of our sister company, Freedom Tax Relief. If you need to cover your bills or pay off some extra debt, $20,000 dollars in your 401K or IRA can be very tempting. However, before you withdraw from your account, here are a few things to keep in mind. Early Withdrawal Penalties
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