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Starting 2020 Off on The Right Financial Footing

Starting 2020 Off on The Right Financial Footing

The commencement of a new year is the perfect opportunity to refocus on goals and create new resolutions. Many people use the beginning of a new year as a chance to increase their personal focus on fitness or to lose weight. However, being financially healthy is just...

How to Get Ready for Tax Season

How to Get Ready for Tax Season

The adage, “there is nothing certain except death and taxes,” couldn’t be more accurate. Unfortunately, by April 15th, which is the tax deadline, we all must face the task of getting our taxes ready, and then filed each and every year. Thankfully, if you prepare ahead...

Budgeting Blogs Worth Checking Out

Budgeting Blogs Worth Checking Out

Scouring through the many budgeting blogs on the web can be overwhelming. Attempting to figure out which are worthwhile and which are best avoided can seem impossible. Thankfully, we have taken the time to weed out the less than helpful blogs and highlight the few of...

10 Jobs You Can Do From Anywhere – And On Your Own Schedule

10 Jobs You Can Do From Anywhere – And On Your Own Schedule

People struggle with a 9 to 5 job for a lot of different reasons. Maybe you’ve got kids that need to be picked up from school in the middle of the day, or an elderly parent that needs at-home care. Or maybe you’re a creative, and working a traditional full time job...

The Government May Owe You Money

The Government May Owe You Money

During the 2015 fiscal year, the governments of each state collectively possessed $7.7 billion in unclaimed property and wages. Although the aggregated data for 2016 and 2017 aren’t yet available, some of this unclaimed money may belong to you, and if you’re looking...

The Cost of Raising Teens

The Cost of Raising Teens

Once you get past the diaper, formula, daycare years, you might think that the cost of parenting goes down. While there is a bit of a reprise in some ways once kids are out of diapers and in school, it isn’t as much as you might think because school costs fill in the...

Hosting Thanksgiving on a Budget

Hosting Thanksgiving on a Budget

Hosting Thanksgiving isn’t exactly the most cost-effective event. In fact, it can get downright pricey. Of course, opting out of hosting Thanksgiving isn’t always possible, especially if you are “the house” where your immediate and extended family members congregate...

Remodel or Move: What Makes The Most Sense?

Remodel or Move: What Makes The Most Sense?

If retirement is drawing ever closer, you most likely have thought long and hard about your current living situation. Is it best for you to stay in your home, yet orchestrate some important updates or renovations to make it more “senior friendly,” or would you be...

Financial Rules of Thumb Everyone Should Know

Financial Rules of Thumb Everyone Should Know

Everyone’s financial situation and budgeting needs are different. However, there are some basic rule’s of thumb that apply to virtually everyone’s financial situation. The tips listed below are valuable for anyone trying to become more financially stable: 1.) Put 20%...

What is the 50-30-20 Budget, and is it For You?

What is the 50-30-20 Budget, and is it For You?

There are many budgeting methods to try when you decide to get your finances in order. One of the most popular is known as the 50/30/20 method. Although this budgeting theory has been around for years, it has seen a recent insurgence in popularity. The following is a...

Coping With Student Loans

Coping With Student Loans

Student loan debt is a significant problem facing countless Americans. According to Student Loan Hero, of those who attended college in 2018, some 69% did so by taking on some form of student loan debt. The average amount taken on in 2018 was $29,800. This number...

How to GET PAID to Drive your Car

How to GET PAID to Drive your Car

Selling your car is one way to make money off your car. However, it is not the most effective or sustaining way to create an income. Instead, you should use your car as an asset and a way of making a long-term income. Consider employment with the following companies...

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