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6 Steps to Create the Perfect Budget for Y-O-U

  • October 26th, 2018

Some want vacation, others want a down payment for a house. Income, needs, and wants are different for everyone so not every [[bullet journal budget template]] you find on Pinterest will be best for you! Here are some steps to…

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Low Interest Savings vs High Interest Debt

  • August 19th, 2016

We’re constantly told to save, save, SAVE! Have an emergency fund, a rainy day fund, a college fund. But we’ve also been told to get rid of debt… To pay it all off… Don’t charge ANYTHING. Where’s the happy medium? Should I really have six month’s income in a savings account when I owe thousands in student loans? Yes and no.

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Not-So-Common Cents

  • May 10th, 2016

Growing up is tough. You’re expected to get a job or go to school right away. It’s become the societal norm to instantly move out of your parents’ house… and then maybe buy a car. Or get a couple of credit cards. Don’t get me wrong – credit is important. But it can make you or break you. Here are a few (unfortunately) not-so-common sense tips to follow:

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