4 Tips for Budgeting After College

College graduation has a tendency to mark the beginning of real life. For most students, time up until this point has been filled with classes, part-time jobs, and holiday breaks. These can leave you feeling like you still have all … Continue reading

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How to Financially Prepare for a Job Change

A change in your job or career can be an exciting new adventure. Maybe it leads you to a job or company you love, helps you transition out of a job you hate, or gives you an opportunity to explore … Continue reading

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How to Budget for Fluctuating Bills

When you put together your budget, you set aside categories for all your expenses. Most bills, like your mortgage or loan payments, are set at a certain amount each month. You know exactly how much you’re going to pay each … Continue reading

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Save Money with These 3 Minimalistic Ideas

In a society that’s constantly telling us to buy more, the millennial generation seems to be pushing back through the idea of minimalism. Minimalism is a movement dedicated towards simplifying your life to have less stuff and less clutter. More … Continue reading

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5 Biggest Money Wasting Habits to Avoid

You may consider yourself financially wise. You may have your savings and emergency funds in order, and for the most part, might consider yourself quite frugal. That being said, many of us have habits and discretionary purchases that could be … Continue reading

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