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Twitter Thursday: Financial Moves to Make in 2018

Believe it or not, 2019 is right around the corner. With a little over a week left in 2018, there are some financial moves you can still make to get a jump on the new year. We all know ’tis

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Posted in Being Frugal, Events, Holiday Shopping, Motivational, Savings, Travel

How to Get Out of Debt

Debt can be a vicious cycle for many people. Paying month after month, year after year and not making much progress. Not to mention you end up paying much more than the original price of whatever you charged because of

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Posted in Debt, Debt Management Plan

How to Manage Money in a Relationship

Communication is key to a happy relationship and that also applies to managing money. The more you talk about it and work on it together, the better off you’ll be together. But different methods work for different couples. So here

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Posted in Budgeting, Relationships

Why Giving Actually Makes You A Happier Person

We’re flashing back this Friday to Mary Ellen’s post about giving to others and why people who give are generally happier, regardless of income. A colleague recently loaned me her copy of Happy Money: The Science of Happier Spending by

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Posted in Financial Wellness

4 Ways Marriage Can Affect Your Finances (You May Not Have Thought Of)

You’ve finally found “The One” and you’re ready to make that life-long commitment “to have and to hold.” We all know that weddings are expensive. The average cost for a wedding these days is around $35,000 after all. But what

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