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Top 10 Blog Posts of 2016

Let’s take a look at our top 10 blog posts of Sense & Centsibility for last year! 10. How to Write an Effective Hardship Letter 9. Five Ways to Avoid Your Sheriff’s Sale 8. Got Savings? How to go from $0

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Utilities: What would we do without them?

Can you imagine life without electricity and heat? During a Minnesota winter we’d be going to bed at 4 pm in December and have to sleep under a pile of smelly bear skins. We take our access to utilities like

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Posted in Being Frugal, Budgeting

5 Expenses That May Be Missing From Your Budget

If you don’t know how much money you take in versus how much you spend, you’re playing a dangerous game with your money. Therefore, having a budget or spending plan is a crucial part of being financially stable. But there

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How to use your tax refund to improve your finances

If you’re lucky enough to get a tax refund, it’s best to plan out how you’re going to use it. We’re flashing back to this post about 7 smart ways to use your refund. Tax time can be a nice

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Posted in Savings, Taxes

Tips for getting a roommate to increase income

I’m married and besides my spouse, I’ve had 2 separate roommates over the years. One stayed in an extra room for about a year and the other for about 3 years. If you’re thinking about getting a roommate to increase

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Posted in Financial Wellness, Relationships, Savings
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