Buying discounted gift cards is one of my favorite ways to save money and stay on budget. You can hack your way into saving hundreds of dollars a year by buying cheap gift cards. Discounted gift cards are gift cards…
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Well, that was fast! I just got my check and it’s all going to bills! Sound familiar? If so, you’re might be living paycheck to paycheck. If you’re struggling to make ends meet with your income, you’re not alone.Â In fact, 74% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck according to a survey from the […]
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One of the biggest frustrations that come with paying down your credit cards, is that a large amount of your money goes towards the interest on the account. With so much money tied up in interest, itâs very difficult to make headway and ultimately pay off your cards. And if you arenât able to pay […]
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Get the inside scoop from a grocery store veteran on how to save money on groceries before even stepping foot in a store! Everyone always wants to inside scoop, no matter what you’re talking about! Because let’s face it, us moms need all the tips, hacks, and genius ideas we can get! Doing things the […]
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Building wealth isn’t necessarily second nature to anyone, but you have to start somewhere. Budgets aren’t simply a means to keep track of whether your bills are paid and which accounts are due. They’re your tool for managing money in…
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It’s not all bad news for savers in a lower interest rate environment. Here’s why.*
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The traditional emergency fund is 3-6 months of expenses. Most people donât have it and some have way more. The one thing most people can agree on is that they have no idea what their 3-6 months of expenses should…
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Looking for free diapers and low-cost baby products? Diapers are expensive and a pain in the budget. Babies need roughly 8000 diapers before theyâre potty trained, costing parents $2000 or more. So weâve put together some simple and legitimate options to help you save money. When you combine these methods together, you can literally save […]
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How to Get Your Free FICO Score Do you want access to the same FICO credit score information lenders, landlords and even employers use to evaluate you?Â Good news, now you can get that information for free. Thatâs right, FICO credit scores are now available for free.Â You just have to know where to lookÂ […]
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25 Christmas Family Traditions that won’t bust the bank The holiday season is a magical time for many families, the excitement, the treats, the cost! The cost?!? Ouch, yes it’s true, the holidays cost money. Sometimes a lot of money. But they don’t have to! You can absolutely get in all your Christmas family traditions […]
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