Living On a Budget Without Overspending

Living On a Budget Without Overspending

Overspending. Who Me? Try Living On a Budget. Most of us have asked ourselves that question on numerous occasions, sometimes in disbelief. We never dreamed that it would be possible, until we look at our credit card balances that have been slowly increasing. Would living on a budget prevent that? Usually, overspending is not a conscious effort. It could start with something as simple as […]

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4 Money Management Tips for Newlyweds

4 Money Management Tips for Newlyweds

4 Money Management Tips for Newlyweds If you think getting married is a tremendous emotional step, you would be correct. But, it’s also a major financial one too. Each one has their own individual goals and ways to handle money. We offer these money management tips in an attempt to get both spouses on the same page and frame of mind. It’s best to discuss […]

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How to Manage Money | Tips for College Grads

How to Manage Money | Tips for College Grads

5 Tips for New College Grads on How to Manage Money The big day has finally arrived and now you are about to see what the real world has in store. One thing for sure, you’re about to assume a lot of responsibility. Some of you who haven’t yet found a job will probably move back in with your parents. Others who have already entered […]

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Student Loan Crisis | Student Loans in Delinquency

Student Loan Crisis | Student Loans in Delinquency

The Student Loan Crisis is Worse than We Realize Recent publicity comparing the increase in student loan debt to credit card and auto loan debt indicates how serious the problem really is. In 2017, outstanding student loan debt passed the $1.31 trillion dollar figure. That and the following facts and statistics will tell anyone that we have a student loan crisis. The figures are bad […]

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Emergency Fund or Debt Reduction

Emergency Fund or Debt Reduction

Should I Pay Off Debt With All of My Emergency Fund?  You can ask several financial planners this same question and you will get different responses. Some will advise you to get rid of all credit card debt. Some will say to setup an emergency fund first to cover such expenses as a major car repair or some large expenditure in your home. What are […]

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