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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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Financially Fit: Tips for Getting in Shape on a Budget

Every January large numbers of people resolve to change their physical well-being. Getting in shape often feels like it comes attached with some hefty price tags. Gym memberships, workout attire, diet foods, or equipment can lighten your wallet. It is

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Posted in Being Frugal, Budgeting, Grocery Shopping, Health, How to Guides

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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Medical Bills and Your Credit Report

Good news for those with medical debt. If you haven’t heard, under the FICO Score 9 paid off medical bills no longer affect your credit score. In addition, medical bills paid by insurance won’t show up on credit reports either. The

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