Moving on a Limited Budget: 5 Tips to Save a Ton of Money

Moving on a Limited Budget: 5 Tips to Save a Ton of Money

Do you feel like it is impossible to pack all of your belongings and transfer them to an entirely different location (that might even be cross-country)? While there are many expenses which are unavoidable when you’re looking to relocate, there are a lot of ways in which you can keep […]

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Applying for a Credit Card after Filing for Bankruptcy

Applying for a Credit Card after Filing for Bankruptcy

After your file bankruptcy, you can expect your credit score to suffer. There’s nothing you can do about it, because that’s just how the system works. On the other side of the coin, don’t feel like you are going to be completely without options as far as getting a credit […]

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5 Tips to Help You Stick to Your Budget [Infographic]

5 Tips to Help You Stick to Your Budget [Infographic]

Making a budget is the lesser demanding task as compared to sticking to it. It requires self-discipline and determination, but when you manage to master this, you can be sure of financial freedom. Once you have established the relationship between your income and expenses, a budget will help you to […]

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Sabotaging Your Retirement: Professional’s Guide To Personal-Finance

Sabotaging Your Retirement: Professional’s Guide To Personal-Finance

Having a stable job isn’t a means to an end; instead, it’s an end in itself. This means your goal must always be to strengthen your career in order to achieve financial independence. You should treat your work as your business and your salary as your profit. In this sense, […]

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6 Tips for Freelancing Parents Looking to Protect their Family’s Health and Wealth

6 Tips for Freelancing Parents Looking to Protect their Family’s Health and Wealth

Whether you’ve taken the leap into the freelance lifestyle or you’re simply toying with the idea, you probably have a lot on your mind in regard to your family’s finances. Due to the uncertain nature of the economy, walking away from a steady nine-to-five gig can be an incredibly daunting. […]

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A techie’s guide to saving money with cash back apps

A techie’s guide to saving money with cash back apps

I am in love with my smart phone, there is no doubt about it – it has been my longest and most loving relationship (aside from my marriage). I am a tech geek, and there is nothing like the overwhelmingly good smell of a freshly purchased smart phone box opening […]

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5 Simple Yet Important Financial Rules to Live By

5 Simple Yet Important Financial Rules to Live By

Managing finances is rarely easy and most people without experience doing so often end up getting everything in a muddle. If you want to start getting your finances into order however, there are five simple yet important financial rules that you may want to start to live by. 50-30-20 Rule […]

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Saving for Retirement When You’re Self-Employed

Saving for Retirement When You’re Self-Employed

Whether you’re just getting started with your own business or you’ve been a freelancer for years, saving for retirement is often one of the more neglected aspects of self-employment. So much effort goes into making sure that you have enough money to cover your major expenses and “keep the lights […]

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