If you are in debt your main financial goal should be to get out as quickly as possible. After you are free from all debt, except maybe your mortgage, you can put your money toward more enjoyable things, like saving … Continue reading

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If living on a budget is new to you and you are just getting started reigning in your spending, one of the first suggestions of many personal finance gurus is switching to cash only for spending. They recommend not carrying … Continue reading

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You’ve had a bad day at work. All you want to do is forget about that horrible meeting you had with your boss. So, you cut out of work a few minutes early and head to the mall. You’re feeling … Continue reading

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Over the past few months, I’ve experienced some massive life changes. On the first of this year, I became self-employed. In March, I gave birth to twins. In May, I moved clear across the country. All of these huge life … Continue reading

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