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America Saves Week: Saving the Extras

Whether you recently got a raise at your job, a large income tax refund, an inheritance or may just be spending a little too much on non-necessities, it is always wise to try to save your extra cash. If you’re

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Posted in Budgeting, Emergency Savings, Financial Counseling, Savings

Do you spend all or more than you earn?

do you spend more than your make?

Some people reading this might wonder how that’s even possible, while many others can relate. And here’s why so many get it. It turns out that HALF of Americans spend their entire paycheck or even more. That means one out of

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Posted in Financial Counseling, Overspending

Flashback Friday: Tips for lending money to loved ones

Times can be tight and people get low on cash. If you ever get asked for money from a loved one, here are some tips to help you decide to do it or not. And if you do, this post

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Posted in Debt, Relationships

How to save money on Halloween

Here’s a Flashback Friday post to help save money on Halloween this year. I can’t believe it, but Halloween is right around the corner already. Costumes can be expensive and I don’t know about you, but it’s painful for me

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Posted in Entertainment, Financial Wellness

What to think about before hunting season to save money

Since (sadly) summer is almost over and hunting season will be here before you know it, here are things to think about now to save money this hunting season. Here is a follow-up to a previous post, Hunting on a Budget.

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Posted in Hobbies
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