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How to Develop the Self-Discipline Needed to Keep Your Wallet Full

How to Develop the Self-Discipline Needed to Keep Your Wallet Full

| July 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Most people understand on some level that they need to keep a budget. However, developing the self discipline needed to make that budget work is often challenging. If you’re one of those people who know you need to budget in order to keep your wallet full, you’ll appreciate these four budgeting ideas. 1. Correct Labeling […]

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Money Planning: Top Tricks & Tips to Tackling Your Family Finances Like a Pro

Money Planning: Top Tricks & Tips to Tackling Your Family Finances Like a Pro

| June 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

When you’re in charge of managing your family’s finances, it’s important that you make every purchase and financial decision wisely. Overspending here and there may not seem like a big deal, but it adds up over time. Here are four ways for you to better handle your family’s finances and keep more money in your […]

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When Life Hands you Lemons: How to Recover Financially from the Unexpected

When Life Hands you Lemons: How to Recover Financially from the Unexpected

| June 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

There is no denying that money is important in life. What is worse is that life can sometimes use that need against you by handing you lemons in the form of unexpected expenses. The following are four common examples and how you can deal with them. Medical Emergency America does not have universal health care […]

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Key Causes of Financial Trouble

Key Causes of Financial Trouble

| June 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

We as Americans are heavily in debt.  The average household has approximately $130,922 in debt, with most of that due to mortgages, auto loans, student loans, and credit card debt. Unfortunately, these numbers may not be accurate.  Most people under-report how much debt they actually have, so many statistics surrounding debt are lower than they […]

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7 Smart Money Moves for Any Age

7 Smart Money Moves for Any Age

| April 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

When it comes to money, making more of it does not necessarily mean you have more to spend. Even people bringing in six or seven-figure incomes can run into financial problems if they don’t have basic budgeting management skills in place. The way you spend and save money on an everyday basis impacts your overall […]

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Fun with Money and How to Teach the Kids to be Responsible with it

Fun with Money and How to Teach the Kids to be Responsible with it

| February 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

When it comes to teaching your kids how to responsibly use money, the key is—like everything else—to get ‘em while they’re young. The very concept of money is something completely foreign to a child until they get first-hand experience with it. Unfortunately, for many children, their first-hand experience isn’t something that prepares them for using […]

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All the Tricks Your Brain Plays to Keep You From Saving

All the Tricks Your Brain Plays to Keep You From Saving

| November 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Our brains are complex things. So are our future lives. It can hard to even imagine our distant futures, much less prepare for them. That’s why so few people are adequately invested when retirement comes. When that time in life finally rolls around, those of us who are unprepared usually wish that we had begun […]

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