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5 Costs to Cut from your Budget!

Small expenses can quickly eat away at a budget and make it harder to save or do the things that matter to you! By cutting these 5 items from your budget, you may be able to save more, invest, or finally plan the vacation you've been dreaming of. Coffee The [Read More]
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Managing Money as Newlyweds

Managing money can be a tricky task as a single person, let alone as a couple. There are often many new discoveries that take place as newlyweds and the aspect of money can be difficult to navigate if you’ve only had to consider your own income and spending. According to [Read More]
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Eating Healthy on a Budget

Eating healthy can be a difficult task for many when working with a small grocery budget. We all know we should incorporate healthy foods into our diet but boxed products are not only more convenient - they're often cheaper than fresh foods, too! Eat fresh AND stay on budget by [Read More]
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A Parent’s Guide to Navigating Teenage Employment

The teenage years are full of new experiences, which may include a first job. Whether it’s scooping ice cream at a local shop or babysitting for the neighbor down the street, it’s a time when your teen is earning money on their own. While it’s important to be a kid, [Read More]
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Saving for Spring Break

Spring Break is probably the last thing on your mind. But the vacation you’ve been craving since the first snowfall will be here before you know it, which means now is the best time to put a plan into place! It’s never too early to start saving and with spring [Read More]
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How to: Create a Budget and Stick to it

Imagine this: it's the end of the month and you have $300 in your account and rent is due in three days. That scenario would be fine if your rent was only $200 but it's 2019 and that's not very realistic. You work hard but it always seems like you're [Read More]