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10 Money Saving Tips When Buying a Car

By |November 17th, 2020|Categories: General Personal Finance|

If you’re in the process of buying a car, you know that you’ll be making a big investment into something that you’ll be using for years to come. Just because you’re making a big investment doesn’t mean that you have to sink all of your savings into a new to you car. In this article, you’ll find some tips for saving money while you’re in the process of buying your new car.

Stop Drinking, Start Saving: How Sobriety Could Help You Cut Costs

By |November 17th, 2020|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

In the midst of our current health crisis, countless Americans are also worried about the state of the economy. While stocks typically begin to rise anywhere from three to six months prior to economic recovery, many people living in the U.S. are still struggling to make ends meet. From mass layoffs and unemployment filings to a lack of stimulus payments

5 Fun Fall Activities that Won’t Break Your Budget in 2020

By |October 13th, 2020|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

The spookiest time of the year has arrived and many of us are looking for fun fall activities that are safe and social-distancing-friendly. While you might not be able to go to a classic haunted house this year or hand out candy on Halloween, there are still plenty of ways you can celebrate the season. If you're looking for autumn

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Planning a Home Renovation Project? Use These Tips to Save Money

By |September 22nd, 2020|Categories: General Personal Finance|

When you want to plan your next home renovation project, money is usually the biggest barrier. But if you’re smart about how you plan your renovation project, you could find yourself saving money. Want to learn how? These tips are going to help you do just that.

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How to Be More Eco-Friendly Without Breaking the Bank

By |August 28th, 2020|Categories: General Personal Finance|

When you’re looking to be friendlier to the environment, you may be worried about how you can go green without wrecking your budget. After all, disposable cups, plates, straws, and other non-recyclable materials are often cheaper than their eco-friendly counterparts. Fortunately, you can set yourself in the right direction toward reducing your carbon footprint without spending more than you can afford. Here are a few simple ways you can be more eco-friendly every day without breaking the bank.

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5 Jobs That Are Awesome for Career Changers

By |August 27th, 2020|Categories: General Personal Finance|

When you’re looking to change careers, getting started in a new field is intimidating. You don’t have the same experience as others who have been working in the industries you’re interested in, and you may not have the financial means to go back to college. Fortunately, there are some careers that are high-paying and not too difficult to shift into if you’ve been looking to change up your game at work. Here are five jobs that are high-paying and great for career changers looking to spice up their wages and job security.

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