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5 Money Saving Myths Not to Follow All the Time

money saving myths

Everyone likes to save money. That isn’t a secret, and I’m sure you count yourself among those who loves to find various ways to save money as you go through life. Since so many people are focused on saving money, there have been a variety of money saving ideas that have popped up over the years. Some of them are ... Read More »

4 Ways to Deal with Spending Guilt from Family and Friends

spending guilt

Have you ever been so excited about something you bought that you told a friend or family member? Sure you have. We all have. But what’s difficult to deal with is how guilty some of them make you feel once they hear about or see what you purchased. So what can you do about it? Here are four ways you ... Read More »

4 Overlooked Ways to Spring Clean Your Finances

spring clean

Spring is a great time to take a fresh look at everything in your life. Obviously, spring cleaning is a popular task to undertake as winter begins to thaw, with many people taking the opportunity to throw away some old junk, give the house a good deep clean, and get things ready for the beautiful spring and summer months to ... Read More »

5 Smart Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

tax refund

Getting a tax refund is one of the most exciting times of the financial year. Many people dread the April 15th tax deadline because it comes along with a large bill, but countless others look forward to filing their taxes and receiving the refund that they have coming their way. If you are in line for a refund this tax ... Read More »

4 Ways to Be Financially Proactive Instead of Reactive

Financially

Generally speaking, being proactive instead of reactive is what sets extremely successful people apart from those who tend to be less successful in life. The same can be said for having proactive or reactive financial habits. I’ve been guilty of being reactive instead of proactive at different times in my life, but I’ve recently realized that being reactive has hurt ... Read More »