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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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Posted in Taxes

5 Healthy Habits That Help You Save Money

Bad habits can cost you money, but did you know that good habits can actually save you money? Here are 5 ways to be healthy and help your bottom line: Exercise With regular exercise, you will improve your health and

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Posted in Financial Wellness, Savings

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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Posted in Credit, Credit Report, Medical Debt

The Best Ways to Spend This Year’s Tax Refund

Since we’re in the heart of tax season, I thought I’d share a flashback Friday post with tips for smart spending of your tax refund. Whether you’re expecting $500 or $5000, how you spend your tax refund can determine how

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Posted in Debt, Emergency Savings, Savings, Taxes

3 Tips to Avoid Arguments About Money

We’re flashing back to Elaina’s post about how to handle money and finances with your S/O to avoid those financial fights. Money. Bills. Budgets. Credit cards. Personal finance isn’t the most exciting topic in the whole world, but it affects

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Posted in Budgeting
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