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What To Do About The Now Expired Unemployment Bonus

After almost seven months of causing economic and physical devastation, it doesn’t look like the COVID-19 pandemic is anywhere near done hurting America and its citizens. For some people, the devastation has led to financial problems that will take them years from which to recover. The now expired unemployment bonus is going to hurt even […]

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How To Make Your Own Financial Recovery Plan

Financial setbacks can strike out of nowhere. Whether it’s due to a challenging economy, bills related to an expensive repair, or the loss of a job, it’s essential to understand how to make a financial recovery plan. Understanding more about the financial problem, setting financial goals, and receiving consumer credit counseling can help create a […]

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How To Spring Clean Your Finances

The spring season is almost upon us, which means it will be time for some spring cleaning. However, while many will focus on cleaning their homes, you should be really focusing on your finances. There are many things that you will have to do to maintain your cash flow and other financial related responsibilities. Spring […]

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Why You Need To Track Your Monthly Expenses

Most people know the importance of keeping track of their finances and spending habits. That being said, many people still don’t bother to do it. It can often seem overwhelming or tedious having to keep track of your monthly expenses, but in the end, it’s always worth it. Tracking your expenses daily can really help […]

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Refillable Things That Will Save You Money

Whether you’re trying to find extra money to pay off debt or create more financial margin within your budget, there are ways that you can save money that don’t require much effort. In fact, all it takes is a decision to shift in order to see a difference. This is true for you if you’ve […]

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10 Reasons Why Winter Can Be A Budget-Breaker

Summer can be a high-cost season with family vacations, more outdoor activities to do, and summer parties to attend, but winter can also be a high cost season for other reasons. Winter is when many expenses suddenly appear that were not present during the warm summer months. Some expenses are unavoidable, while others can be […]

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The Ultimate Money-Saving Guide To Frugal Halloween Fun

October holds a soft spot in my heart for my all-time most favorite month ever! The leaves are changing color, cooler nights, bonfires, hoodies, scary movies, hot chocolate, Halloween, pumpkin-flavored everything, etc. The list could go on and on! Halloween will be here before we know it. Save your money for the giant-sized candy bars […]

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How To Get Out Of Debt All By Yourself

No matter what your current financial situation is, if you signed for a loan, you are obligated to pay it back even if you have a major life-changing event like losing a job or getting a divorce. Many people try to get out of debt, but life slaps them in the face hard enough that […]

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