Posts filed under: Budgeting

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Identity theft is embarrassing and demoralizing. Just this past week a stranger tried to steal $3,000 from our bank account. Fortunately, we were able to prevent this by using these simple measures. You can do the same and make sure...
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This page contains affiliate links. That means that if you click on one of those links, I may receive a small commission, but you won’t pay a cent more! Hello everyone, this post is about an app I have been...
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There’s no denying that we are currently suffering from a student loan crisis. This crisis has created horrible results for graduates who are finding themselves with a job that doesn’t live up to their expected return on investment.  I’m here to...
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Here we are cruising along in the wonderful bliss of living debt free. After having paid off all our debt, we quickly switched over to building our emergency fund of three to six months of expenses. As it is common...
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