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3 Budget-Friendly Ways Everyone Can Celebrate Valentine’s Day

As soon as the holiday season is over and Christmas decorations come down, the stores are stocked with Valentine’s Day merchandise. From cards to candy and flowers to jewelry, the costs can add up on showing the one you love just how much you love them. Which is why it is so important to keep […]

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5 Reasons People Stay in Bad Relationships, According to Science

We’ve all seen the situation and it baffles you to the core: a spouse cheats on their partner, yet they remain the happy quintessential couple on your sunny neighborhood block. All looks normal on their relationship horizon, but a month or two later pass, and you hear they are heading on vacation, moving to a […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Effective Couponing

Cutting coupons from the Sunday newspaper has fast become a relic of the past thanks to technology. With smartphones revolutionizing the coupon market, there has been a sudden surge in the past few years of mobile apps and websites helping you save money or earn cash and rewards back. Whether you are on a budget […]

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Why You Should Prepare for a Financial Rainy Day

It is really easy to go every day without really thinking about money. Sort of. Most people think about money in some fashion daily, but usually in the context of bills that need to be paid, when pay day is, and the amount they are spending on their coffee habit. Most people don’t think about […]

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Credit Check: Building and Maintaining Good Credit

Once upon a time all you needed was your word to get you by. In the not horribly distant past you could pop into your local grocery store, pick up the necessities and have them charge it to your account with the clerk knowing that you’d be by in the future to settle your check. […]

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Getting “Financially Fit” in 2014

It’s 2014.  You survived the madness of the Holiday Season.  Depending on your personal traditions and beliefs you may have spent lots of money on gifts or food or travel or even just some self-care to escape the hustle and the bustle of everyone else partaking of their traditions.  You might even have decided that […]

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