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Create More Connections, Give Fewer Gifts

No matter what holiday or holidays you celebrate this time of year, there is pressure to buy, buy, buy. As a mom, I’m always looking for ways to remove over-marketed materialism from my celebrations and bring in more joy. One

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Posted in Being Frugal, Holiday Shopping, Kids, Relationships

6 Steps to a Money Smart Start for 2014

The holidays are over now and for many people it’s time to face the reality that is credit card debt. The hard fact is that unless you have a 0% annual percentage rate (APR) or are paying your cards off

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Posted in Debt Management Plan, Emergency Savings, How to Guides

10 Tips To Avoid Financial Chaos This Holiday Season

For many families, the holidays and overspending go hand in hand. If the holidays have created financial chaos in the past for your household, you may be wondering how to survive the holidays this year. With some thought and creativity,

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Posted in Holiday Shopping

5 Tips For Keeping your Financial New Year’s Resolutions in 2013

We are now 14 days into 2013 and I got to thinking about how many of us are still going strong on our New Year’s Resolutions. We all make them with the best of intentions. So why does it seem

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Posted in Budgeting, Debt

Travel Tips That Can Save You Money This Holiday Season

Written by Barb Miller The holiday weekend is here and it seems impossible to get through the weekend without traveling somewhere. And after all of the holiday shopping the costs can seem pretty scary. That’s why it is so important to plan

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Posted in Budgeting, Holiday Shopping
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