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Refresh Your Finances During Financial Literacy Month

Refresh your finances

April is Financial Literacy month and while it might not mean much to the average person, it’s important to make time for your finances. Ideally, you take a look at your income, budget, and debts on a regular basis. But

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Posted in Budgeting, Debt, Financial Wellness

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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Posted in Emergency Savings, How to Guides, Savings

Do You Want To Retire Someday?

I think we all would answer ‘yes’, of course we want to retire someday. However, retiring does take effort and planning. When do you want to retire? How much monthly income will you need in retirement? What percentage of your

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Posted in Retirement

4 Ways to Start Building Your Net Worth

build net worth

Building up your wealth, or net worth, is not a quick fix…it takes time. But the good news is that there are simple steps you can take to make progress without being an investment whiz. Check out these 4 tips:

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Posted in Being Frugal, Financial Wellness, How to Guides, Retirement, Savings
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