Is A Frugal Budget Really Helpful?

Is A Frugal Budget Really Helpful?

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Is A Frugal Budget Really Helpful?
It’s not rocket science. If you’re buried in debt, you spend more than you should. Maybe just cutting back in a few areas will be enough to get you back on track. However, for those with excessive debt, a drastic approach may be necessary, such as implementing a frugal budget. What’s a Frugal Budget? A […]
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How You Can Start Saving For The Holidays Now

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How You Can Start Saving For The Holidays Now
It’s nearly that time of year; summer fun is over, school has begun, and the echoes of bored children have faded away. It’s the perfect time to start thinking about the holidays! Your bank account can take a big hit during the holidays. If you’re not ready with some extra money saved for it, you […]
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How to Have a Spooktacular (and Cheap) Halloween

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How to Have a Spooktacular (and Cheap) Halloween
Halloween gets bigger and better every year. Haunted houses pop up all over the place. Everything is covered in fake spider webs. Jack-o-lanterns adorn porches and walkways all over town. You get excited about it too, until you visit the Halloween store that suddenly appeared where the old video store used to be. You start […]
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12 Life Lessons to Learn Before You Turn 30

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12 Life Lessons to Learn Before You Turn 30
When you’re a teenager, life is carefree. Your main responsibilities are getting good grades and maybe holding down a part-time job. In your twenties, responsibilities begin to pile on; you go to college or work, get a car, and find your first apartment. By the time 30 rolls around, you’re a full-fledged adult; you may […]
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Getting Out Of Debt: The Truth About Debt Reduction In 2018

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Getting Out Of Debt: The Truth About Debt Reduction In 2018
The state of household debt in America is a troubling one. Household debt hasn’t been as high as it is now since the beginning of the financial meltdown and, unfortunately, it continues to climb. Household debt is now expected to be in excess of $13 trillion by the end of 2018, according to the most […]
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