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Financial Commitment: Talking About Money in Your Relationship

Talking about finances can be a bit challenging. Adding a relationship into that conversation can make the conversation feel even more stressful. However, with some open and honest conversations, finances and relationships can blend together much more easily. From spending

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Posted in Budgeting, Credit, Debt, Debt Counseling, Divorce, DOs and DON'Ts, Financial Wellness, Relationships

Making the Decision to Purchase a Home: Townhouses vs. Single Family Homes

Deciding to purchase a home is probably one of the biggest financial decisions you make. Not only must the home be affordable, there is a lengthy process involved. On top of the home buying process, some home buyers are overwhelmed

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Posted in Financial Planning, Financial Wellness, Housing

How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution This Year

Each year you choose a New Year’s resolution…whether it’s to lose weight, declutter your house, eat healthier, or exercise more. So many people fall off their resolutions because something gets in the way or they get discouraged due to lack

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Posted in Financial Wellness, How to Guides

Twitter Thursday: Make Extra Cash for the Holidays

This Thursday’s Twitter Chat with Experian focused on hustling for extra cash this holiday season! In addition to Experian’s questions, we also have some suggestions for excellent side hustles for the holidays or year round. Ways to Hustle and Make

Posted in Being Frugal, Financial Wellness, Holiday Shopping
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