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How to pay for unexpected expenses when you’re broke

If only we could predict the future and know when an expense is going to pop up. Since that’s not possible, here’s a flashback Friday post on how to afford an emergency expense when you’re broke. How many times has

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Out of the Nest Series: Budgeting

So you have graduated from high school, college, or have returned to your family’s home to save money and now it is time to spread your wings and fly! Simple, right? This is easier said than done. Yet, with some

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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

Top 10 Blog Posts of 2016

Let’s take a look at our top 10 blog posts of Sense & Centsibility for last year! 10. How to Write an Effective Hardship Letter 9. Five Ways to Avoid Your Sheriff’s Sale 8. Got Savings? How to go from $0

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