Tag: saving money

What Can You Do About The National Coin Shortage?

There have been signs popping up at various stores across the U.S., asking for customers to help the owners of the store by providing the correct change or using debit and credit cards. When questioned about what has been described as a national coin shortage, businesses and banks have both been looking at ways to […]

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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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Common Money Mistakes You Can Easily Avoid

It can be hard for people to manage their money properly without doing a little research first. There are also BIG mistakes that people can make that will make it even harder for them to manage their money in the future. A life that’s free of debt that allows you and your family to be happy isn’t […]

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12 Ways To Shop Smarter This Year

Money is one of the things people worry about the most. On a regular basis, families and individuals make schedule adjustments due to job obligations and choose cars and houses based primarily on their budget. Finances affect every part of life, so exercising prudence and discipline when you shop is crucial for most people. Whether […]

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Amazing Tips For A Frugal Fourth Of July

The 4th of July is coming! It’s the perfect time to get together with friends and family. The weather is usually great and it’s the beginning of the Summer festivities. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on the perfect Fourth of July party though. You just have to get creative when it […]

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What Should You Teach Kids About Money?

When it comes to teaching your kids about money, think of it as teaching them survival skills. If you do not teach them about money–budgeting, saving, spending, and credit–it will be left to trial and error, which could prove costly and time-consuming. Since only about 15% of young people learn personal money management in school, […]

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Money Management Advice For The Whole Family

A common complaint among consumers today is the lack of funds. Regardless of how much money a household might earn, there never seems to be enough of it. Making do with an average income is the goal of any household budget. In fact, the entire family should get involved in their financial management. Explore how […]

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Does Buying in Bulk Really Save You Money?

As you search for ways to reduce spending, your food budget understandably is a focal point. You may have heard that buying in bulk is a great way to reduce the regular cost of your groceries, but is this always the case? The reality is that bulk purchases can save money when you do it […]

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7 Budget-Friendly Options Besides Cable TV

Many Americans are cutting the cord to cut back on their monthly expenses. The average cable bill in the US is now well above $150 each month. Therefore, cutting cable could remove about $1,800 each year from the average American family’s budget. These costs only promise to increase in the future, and the average bill […]

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