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10 Ways to Save Money on Your Next Trip

Traveling or taking vacations give us time to get away from our daily hustle and bustle, enjoy some new experiences or just relax. The holidays, when we often connect with family and friends, are also excellent times to get out

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Posted in Being Frugal, Budgeting, How to Guides, Travel

Why Everyone Needs an Emergency Fund and How to Get Started

Have you heard that you should have a savings equal to at least three to six months of expenses for emergencies? It’s a great goal to aim for because layoffs, injuries, medical expenses and reduced income (i.e. life) happen. If

Posted in Budgeting, Emergency Savings, Job Loss, Savings

Six Things to Consider Before Buying a Camper

It’s summer and camping season is upon us. Everywhere you look there is someone pulling a camper, usually stacked with bikes or kayaks. For some that may look like a lot of work and the potential for a disastrous vacation

Posted in Budgeting, Entertainment, Hobbies

Divorce & Finances: Reducing Stress, Saving Money

Divorce takes a toll on people emotionally and can be financially devastating. According to a 2018 study by Nolo, a typical divorce costs approximately $15,500, primarily due to legal fees with the average divorce attorney charging $250 an hour. Taking

Posted in Bankruptcy, Budgeting, Credit, Debt, Divorce, Relationships

Homebuyer Tips: Buying When you Have Student Loans

In case you haven’t heard, there is a student loan debt crisis in America. Currently, the amount of student debt owed – $1.5 trillion – is second only to mortgage debt. Even so, many Americans with student loan debt also

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Posted in Budgeting, Housing, Savings, Student Loan
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