Month: July 2015

Single Working Women’s Day

Every August 4th is international Single Working Women’s Day. It’s a day reserved to recognize the important role that single working women play in our communities and societies. There are over 55 million unmarried women in America right now working hard to make a good life for themselves. Single women don’t get much recognition, unlike […]

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Financial Pet Peeves and How to Deal with Them

Everyone has pet peeves, those little things that happen that aren’t big enough to require much effort, but come up to annoy you again and again when you least expect it. We all have pet peeves and there’s no denying that. But what about financial pet peeves? Can you think of any that you might have? […]

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The Very Best Methods For Summertime Savings

People tend to spend more money during the summer months because there are just more fun things to do. From family vacations to visiting local attractions such as the zoo, theme park, water park, etc. it’s easy to spend money and break your budget. I want to make sure you don’t dip into the “red” […]

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How to Achieve Financial Independence

The Fourth of July is right around the corner. On this day, we are reminded of our Independence as a nation.  But what about our financial independence? The goal of financial independence is to be able to cover all of your living expenses for the rest of your life without the need of a full-time […]

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