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Flashback Friday: 5 Tips to Achieve and Maintain Financial Stability

April is Financial Literacy Month so we’re flashing back to Ashley’s post about 5 basic tips to achieve financial stability.  According to the Federal Reserve, the average household carries about $7,149 of debt. However, that takes into account those who

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5 money saving hacks you can start now

How do you build up your emergency fund without making huge lifestyle changes or drastic cuts in spending? Here are 5 savings hacks to try: Stash dollar bills When you get change back, don’t spend it – save it. You

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Posted in Emergency Savings, Financial Wellness, Savings

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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Worry about money all the time?

Do you worry about money? How often? Monthly? Every payday? Every day? If you worry about money, you’re not alone. According to a survey by GoBankingRates.com, 1 in 3 people worry about money all the time and 2 out of 3

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Posted in Budgeting, Debt Management Plan, Emergency Savings, Health, How to Guides, Student Loan
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