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4 Digital Savings Tools to Save Money When Shopping Online

4 Digital Savings Tools to Save Money When Shopping Online

Online shopping is growing more and more popular with each passing year. Where once people were slightly uncomfortable with the idea of making purchases online without visiting a physical store, today that kind of shopping is the norm. Shopping online makes it easy to compare prices before purchasing to make sure you get a great deal. However, by using specific ... Read More »

6 Savvy Ways to Save This Spring

6 Savvy Ways to Save This Spring

For many people, it is relatively easy to stay on budget during the winter months. You might not be particularly active during the winter – depending on where you live – meaning you probably won’t be spending as much money. However, the story changes during the spring, as the weather starts to improve and you begin to think about doing ... Read More »

6 Financial Habits that Build Wealth

6 Financial Habits that Build Wealth

Everyone wants more money. Everyone wants to be able to retire comfortably. Everyone wants everything. And they want it now! But when reality set s in, we all know that we can’t, and probably shouldn’t, get everything we want. As the Rolling Stones once sang, “you can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes well you might ... Read More »

3 Easy Ways to Start Building an Emergency Fund

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One piece of the financial puzzle that many people fail to consider is a simple emergency fund. This fund is nothing more than money in a savings account which is meant to be available in case of unexpected expenses. You can’t always plan for all of your costs in life, so having some money set aside in an account that ... Read More »

4 Ways to Save Money Furnishing Your Home

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Although being a homeowner isn’t all fun and games, one of the things I was most excited about when I became a homeowner was being able to paint, furnish, and decorate my home however I wanted. Prior to buying my home, I had lived on my own for two years already, but I was in college with almost no money ... Read More »