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The 3 Simplest Tips to Build Up Emergency Savings

If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you’ve likely noticed we post a lot about savings. And guess what…here’s another one. 🙂 The reason we do it is because emergency savings is one of the most important aspects to being

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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

3 Ways to Save Automatically

If you are in the 50% of Americans who would not have $400 to cover an emergency expense, saving might be on your mind. To kick off America Saves Week 2017, here are my strategies for growing a savings account

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Flashback Friday: 6 Steps to Build Up Your Emergency Fund

Flashback to some step by step guidance to build your emergency fund. This practical advice can help your savings grow to new heights in 2017. Saving money can be hard! We all know we should do it, and some of

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Got holiday debt? 7 steps to take for a financially healthy 2017

Yep, the holidays are over and now it’s time to get back to reality. Many people will be paying for gifts they charged for months and possibly years to come.  If you have holiday debt, chances are you’ll end up

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