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Personal & Household Monthly Budget Categories – 9 Ways to Determine...

During a recent get-together with some friends, the topic of how much we all budget for buying groceries came up in conversation. Since I...
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4 Best Free Educational (and Fun) Apps for Kids to Manage...

Imagine what the world would look like if kids learned at a very early age not only how to handle money, but how to...
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6 Types of Unexpected Expenses and How to Plan for Them

As the writer and cartoonist Allen Saunders once said, "Life is what happens to us while we are making other plans." Personal finance is a...
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7 Things to Do When You Get a Raise at Work

Getting a raise is probably one of the best feelings in the world. After all, it boils down to your boss essentially saying, "You've...
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How to Set Up an Allocated Spending Plan

Tracking what you spend is an essential element to financial planning. But it is most valuable if you use the information to better direct...
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31 Ways to Be Frugal And Save Money

My friends and I often share tips on how we save money, and praise one another for getting good deals on everything from happy...
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5 Money Rules to Live By in Your 30s

You've made it to the big 3-0. By now, you've hopefully left behind the ramen noodle-slurping days of your 20s and are starting to enjoy...
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An Interview With Craig Kessler from BudgetPulse.com

Personal finance applications and budgeting tools have become extremely popular over the past two years, with Mint.com being one of the largest players out...
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Money Lessons Learned from Las Vegas

I went to Vegas over the weekend, and it was my first time. I wasn't too impressed with the Las Vegas strip itself, but...
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Surviving, and Thriving, on a Fluctuating Income

As a full-time freelance writer, my income resembles the peaks and valleys of the Rocky Mountains. I have months where I'm flooded with cash,...
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How to Get Cheaper Entertainment Without a Cable Subscription

Following my post about getting music downloads for less, I've been thinking about how to cut entertainment costs in general. If you've had to tighten...
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5 Ways To Save Money Without Even Trying

Saving large sums of money can often be a really difficult and time consuming task. It's a lot easier to talk about saving $1,000,...