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Budgets for Beginners: Getting Started
There is one simple rule that often comes up when it comes to being smart with your finances and that’s budgeting. Making a budget will help you keep track where your money goes (including savings).
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5 Tipes for a Healthy Relationship with Your Money
Here are some ways to start building a positive relationship with your money.
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6 Tips to Avoid the Holiday Shopping Hangover
The gift-giving season is upon us. Whether it's gifts for friends and family or something for yourself, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday all provide an opportunity to snag some great deals.
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#BudgetBoss
Being able to budget your money is an essential life skill. Creating a budget/spending plan is simple, but sticking to it can be difficult for most people. The following steps will help you create a budget/spending plan and make the most of your money.
Using Envelopes to Track Expenses
Using an envelope system to track your spending can help you keep your finances organized.
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10 Tips to Help You Budget for the Holidays
Here are some tips to help you stay within budget this year.
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Saving for Smaller College Expenses Can Make a Big Difference
Put your summer earnings to work for you instead of spending it all.
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Learn to Budget Like a Boss - Create Your First Budget in 4 Easy Steps
Have you sat down since school started and figured out how much money you will need to get through until the end of the semester? By now, you probably know how you are going to pay your tuition/fees, books, and room/board (if on campus). But, what about everything else?
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