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Best 9 Apps for New Year’s Resolutions

Best 9 Apps for New Year's Resolutions Now you can keep your New Year resolutions in check with these amazing apps- Keeping your New Year resolutions intact throughout the year is not as easy as it sounds! Millions of people make multiple New Year resolutions in the month of January and as the year progresses,…
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7 Steps to Reach Financial Goals More Easily

7 Steps to Reach Financial Goals More Easily You have financial goals but you might not know how to get there. Reaching those goals require a safety net, budget, clear goals and constant evaluation. It’s not always easy but your future self will thank you for your smart money moves. Here are some simple ways…
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Avoiding Fraud During the Holidays – Top 5 Tips to Stay Safe

Avoiding Fraud During the Holidays - Top 5 Tips to Stay Safe  In a perfect world, we’d all enjoy the holidays free of drama, and financial predators would take a long overdue vacation. We don’t live in a perfect world, and digital scammers are more likely to target honest people during the holidays.  According to…
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How To Use Credit Cards To Build Credit

We all want to look at our personal finances and feel like we’re rocking it. At the very least, we want to feel like we’re in control of our finances. One good way to set yourself up for financial success is to be intentional about building good credit for the long term. Whether you just…
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Your Ultimate To-Do List When Money Is Tight

Your Ultimate To-Do List When Money Is Tight The coronavirus pandemic has shown that anyone can fall on hard times. When money is tight, you can feel emotionally drained and out of control. We’re here to help. We put together a checklist to get you started on your new financial budget so you can come…
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4 Ways to Trim Your Fixed Expenses

4 Ways to Trim Your Fixed Expenses When trying to trim a monthly budget, most people don’t consider their fixed expenses. These recurring costs, which include mortgage payments, insurance premiums and subscription payments, are easy to budget and plan for since they generally remain constant throughout the year. While people tend to think there’s no…
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The Truth About Credit Card Debt and How to Responsibly Build Credit

The Truth About Credit Card Debt and How to Responsibly Build Credit If credit cards had their own relationship status on Facebook pages, we’d probably click, “It’s Complicated.”   It’s no secret that everyday Americans enjoy the freedom of swiping at the supermarket and the convenience of online shopping. But the average balance has swelled over the years…
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Buying a Car. What’s an MSRP?

Buying a Car. What's an MSRP? Original article by Doug Demuro on Autotrader.com If you’re interested in buying a car and you’ve done any research online, it’s likely that the term MSRP has come up. You might know this stands for manufacturer’s suggested retail price, but what does that mean? We have the answer, and…
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Staycation

Let’s face it, this year has looked unlike any other and with events postponed, sports canceled, gatherings of any kind are risky..what’s left? 🏡We’ve come up with a list of #staycation ideas you can do on a budget that are sure to make lasting #memories!
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