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Money Management: 4 Steps to Help You Live a More Frugal Life

Money Management: 4 Steps to Help You Live a More Frugal Life

| October 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Living frugally is a primary financial goal for many people, but it can seem challenging to create a reasonable budget and to live within your established limits on a regular basis. Creating a realistic budget that you can actually conform to is crucial. However, you may be able to reduce some of your regular expenses […]

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Personal Finance Websites for Money Advice

Personal Finance Websites for Money Advice

| October 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Once couched with technical jargons, finance is now easy to understand thanks to the Internet. Ordinary people are now gaining knowledge in finance, the stock market investors are honing their skills and academic programs are cultivating online financial resources. Your progress in personal finance depends on how well you can handle financial responsibilities all by […]

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Creating Cash: 4 Surprising Ways to Make Money

Creating Cash: 4 Surprising Ways to Make Money

| July 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Many of us would like to make more money. Even if you are working full-time, it can still be difficult for you to make ends meet. Fortunately, there are a number of other ways that you can bring in some extra cash. Selling Your Junk to a Junk Yard If you have things in or […]

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How Can I Save Money On Everyday, Necessary Items?

How Can I Save Money On Everyday, Necessary Items?

| December 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Everyone likes to save money, but when it comes down to it, doing so isn’t so obvious or easy. While spending money and getting into debt is deceptively easy. Using just one method to cut back on spending won’t reap very big savings, but pairing multiple methods will make a significant difference in your bank […]

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How You Can Turn Unwanted Items Found In Your Home Into Extra Cash

How You Can Turn Unwanted Items Found In Your Home Into Extra Cash

| April 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

You likely have a lot of junk lying around the house that you’ve long considered throwing away. Don’t be so quick to trash these items. Many of them are worth something to other people even if you don’t personally value them. Below we take a look at some household items that are commonly under valued […]

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The Link Between Credit Strategies and Achieving your Financial Goals

The Link Between Credit Strategies and Achieving your Financial Goals

| March 31, 2014 | 1 Comment

Personal credit strategies are important for managing finances and getting out of the debt trap. Unfortunately, people gradually learn the strategies through the sorrowful trial and error process, which is at times costly enough. Here are a few tips that can be helpful in managing your  personal credit so that you prevent yourself from getting […]

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Can I Sell My Annuity?

Can I Sell My Annuity?

| February 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you have an annuity and you need to tap more of the cash in it what can you do? In life we never know what’s just around the corner. There could an unexpected medical expense or just some circumstance that arises that the need for cash is immediate. The only thing you have of […]

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The Biggest Threats to Your Saving Resolution

The Biggest Threats to Your Saving Resolution

| January 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

So 2014 is here, and chances are you will have had a great party, spent a ton of money and had a ton to drink. That’s all good and well, but now it’s time to start cleaning up your act and making amends. That’s where your New Year’s resolutions will come in, and those may […]

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Budgeting Tips for Newlyweds

Budgeting Tips for Newlyweds

| December 31, 2013 | 1 Comment

Once you’re back from your honeymoon and all the wedding gifts have been unwrapped, it is important to get into the routine that is married life. In order to keep each other from falling into financial difficulties, it is important for newly-weds to create a household budget. Single living is remarkably different from couple living […]

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