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Summer Vacation on a Budget

Summer is an amazing time to make long-lasting summer memories with your kiddos.  Studies find that children get more enjoyment out of quality time and building memories than any material item.  How wonderful is that?  Certainly taking an amazing family

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Tips to keep pet expenses affordable

Since I’ve recently gotten a new puppy, pets are on my brain. So here’s a flashback Friday post from Ashley about keeping your pet expenses down. My husband and I have not one, but two beloved pets. A yellow lab

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Posted in Budgeting, How to Guides, Pets

Financial Coaching vs. Financial Counseling

This blog is inspired by an article I recently read about a person’s experience with financial coaching. Even if you don’t make it through this blog, read the article because it is inspirational. What’s the difference between financial counseling and

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Posted in Financial Counseling, Financial Wellness

Building Great Credit

Do you hope to purchase a home, apply for a loan, or upgrade your current vehicle? Having a strong credit record will help you achieve these goals with better rates than with low credit scores. Like building a home, a

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Posted in Budgeting, Credit

Don’t regret making these financial decisions

We’re flashing back this Friday to last year’s post from Elaina about financial decisions you will likely regret.  I try to live life for today and I’ve seen enough to know that life’s too short. Therefore, I try to do

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Posted in Financial Wellness
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