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How to Trick Yourself into Saving Money

In a recent post I talked about reasons people give for not saving. While it truly is about making a conscious effort to save, there are ways to make saving money easier simply by not having to think about it.

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The best financial habit to start

make savings a habit

It seems like the word ‘habit’ usually has a negative connotation to it. We tend to hear mostly about bad habits, like smoking or eating poorly. However, there are many good habits, too, that we hear less about. This is especially true when

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4 ways to improve the 52 week savings challenge

Experts say that everyone should have 3-6 months’ worth of expenses in savings in case of a major financial emergency, such as a job loss or injury/illness. Building up your emergency fund and doing a savings challenge is a great way

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