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5 Money Rules to Live By in Your 30s

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How to Start & Build Up Your Emergency Fund in Savings

Five days before Christmas last year, the downstairs of my house flooded with groundwater. While the experience wasn't fun, we were fortunate in that...
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Difference Between Needs & Wants (Luxuries) and How to Draw the...

Books and articles about living on a personal budget often emphasize the importance of cutting spending on luxuries. They say that by cutting out "frivolous" expenses, such...
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15 Best Mint.com Alternatives to Manage Your Finances

Mint was the first cloud-based budgeting app to capture the public’s imagination and the model upon which many subsequent cloud budgeting apps have been based. While it’s still a strong choice for committed household budgeteers, Mint isn't the only option. High-quality alternatives like YNAB, EveryDollar, and Simple seem to grow by the month. Before you settle on Mint — or any other digital budgeting app, for that matter — check out these options too.
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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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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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4 Budgeting Alternatives to Meet Your Financial Goals

If you've ever searched for advice on how to meet your financial goals, there's one tip you've probably heard over and over: You need...
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17 Money Hacks & Tips to Save More When Banking or...

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7 Healthy Brown Bag Lunch Ideas for Adults at Work

Let's face it: When it comes to finding ways to save money, brown bag lunches usually get a boring rap. But homemade doesn't necessarily...
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The Endowment Effect – What It Is and How It Can...

Have you ever been reluctant to let go of something you knew you didn't need, just because you paid good money for it and...
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How to Use Reloadable Prepaid Cards for Budgeting and When It...

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How To Save Money On Your 4th of July Party

Hosting a 4th of July party is a great way to get your friends and family together for the celebration, but many people are...