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How To Plan For Unexpected Expenses

With the events surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, there's always the possibility that we can be thrown into hard economic realities. If...

Effective Options For Getting Rid of Cable TV

More families are ditching the cable box to opt for other options like streaming apps and online live tv. With the potential for large savings, many are now feeling more embolden to eliminate tv bills.

How To Plan For A Frugal Christmas Budget

Many families are heading to the holiday season with one thing in mind: How do I head into the Christmas season with a...

21 Profitable Side Jobs and Side Hustles

ow more than ever, you’re finding more Americans taking on additional side hustles out of sheer interest or necessity.

Surefire Ways to Save and Plan For Vet Bills and Pet Expenses

Own a pet? You might be surprised to know that the average cost to raise and maintain a dog is around $15,000 for its lifetime. If you’re thinking about all expenses included, Forbes has an interesting article citing the lifetime cost to being anywhere from $17,650 to $93,520. (This, of course, accounts for costs for grooming, dog walker, etc)

50-30-20 Budget Rule – Easiest Way to Financial Freedom

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How to Save On Vacation

There are many ways to save on vacation. You can find great deals online and while on vacation find some amazing strategies to stretch your wallet. Here are 17 ways.

How To Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

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20 Ways On How to Cut Down Expenses

There are a number of expenses here that may make you pause and reconsider your expenses. This list would get you started in cutting expenses to save money or avoiding unnecessary spending.

The Changing Online Prices – How It Affects You

If you’re shopping online and looking for the best price, you might want to rethink that finding the lowest price doesn’t mean actually finding...

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