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Break Bad Financial Habits

10 Bad Financial Habits You Need to Break to Get Out...

We all have our creature comforts - those habits that, for better or worse, we indulge on a daily basis. However, while a regular...
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Which Bills to Pay Off First (or Cancel) When Money Runs...

Whether it’s from job loss, a drop in income, or an unexpected expense, sometimes, it’s a struggle to pay your bills. It’s essential you prioritize your bill payments and what you owe, paying the most important bills first. But how do you prioritize when your income and expenses don’t match up?
Money Windfall

What to Do with a $100,000 Cash Windfall

Everyone dreams of it - receiving a windfall of cash either from a long-lost relative, a winning lottery ticket, or through a will from...
Zero Based Budget Printable On Desk

How Zero-Based Budgeting Can Help You Better Manage Your Finances

Budgeting is hard. 50% of Americans have less than one month's income saved for emergencies. Experts recommend at least six months. The problem, however,...
Intuit Mint Magnifying Glass

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.
Handle Marriage Income Inequality

How to Deal with Financial Income Inequality in Marriage

Say, for example, that a married couple makes a total of $100,000 a year. Both spouses work hard for their money, and enjoy spending...