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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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Posted in Budgeting

What should your kids know about your finances?

Communication between you and your kids about your finances is very important. Keeping your finances “hush-hush” may do more harm than good. Your kids deserve to know the truth, but maybe not the whole truth! When it comes to money,

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Posted in DOs and DON'Ts, Financial Wellness, Kids

Using crisis budgeting during tight financial times

Unexpected events can happen to any of us without warning. The world is an imperfect place: cars break down, people get laid off or injured, pets get hurt…and that’s just the tip of the iceberg sometimes. And out of 280 of

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Posted in Budgeting, Debt, Job Loss

Personal Finance for the ‘Average Joe’ College Student

As a college student, you are going to learn a lot about personal finance regardless of your major. You may have a drive to learn about bookkeeping and accounting or you may want to keep your head stuck in your

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Posted in Budgeting, Credit, Emergency Savings, Financial Wellness, Retirement, Savings, Student Loan

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
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