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5 Sneaky Ways Websites Convince Us to Overspend

4 Sneaky Ways Websites Convince Us to Overspend

The Internet is ever-changing. These days, you can buy anything on the Internet from food, to furniture, to services. Since Amazon rolled out its Prime subscription, most items you buy are delivered within two business days. Anything you want at the click of a button. While the convenience of online shopping makes it easy to spend money, online retailers’ websites ... Read More »

Are You Paying for Insurance You Don’t Need?

Are You Paying for Insurance You Don’t Need?

Insurance, especially health insurance, has been a buzzword for some time. You know you need it, especially when it comes to home and auto, because you know, fires and car crashes, and stuff. These disasters can destroy your property, so you need to be insured to protect your belongings! But, there is a thing as too much insurance. While it’s ... Read More »

4 Reasons You Might Need More Than One Budget

Why You Might Need More Than One Budget

Knowing where your money goes is important. This is where a budget can come in handy! Budgets are great for helping you see where your money goes and how you spend your money. They can be as complicated or as easy as you make them. It does take discipline to make a budget work, but once they do work the possibilities ... Read More »

4 Ways to Make Saving Money Easy

4 Ways to Make Saving Money Easy

“Saving for a rainy day” is a phrase you’ll often hear when people refer to the importance of saving money. Though saving for a rainy day sounds easy, saving money can be a challenge. With high consumer and student loan debt plaguing many in the United States, saving those extra cents becomes an all too rare event. But, the truth is, ... Read More »

6 Simple Daily Money Habits to Improve Your Finances

6 Simple Daily Money Habits to Improve Your Finances

Habits are things people do all the time. These things can be good or bad. Habits apply to all parts of life and are equally hard in quitting or starting. There is one area where your habits can make or break you, and that is with your finances. Bad financial habits can incur more debt, a negative bank balance and ... Read More »