Budgeting

Motivate Yourself to Make That Cash

Motivate Yourself to Make That Cash

Although you might have a general idea of how to stay healthy and motivated in life, there are 12 surefire ways to help streamline the process. You can easily work these motivation boosters into your normal, everyday schedule. If you feel like your life could benefit from a less stressful …

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Gain Financial Freedom By Age 40

Gain Financial Freedom By Age 40

The concept of being “rich” is often associated with flossing designer clothes, buying expensive jewelry, and driving luxury cars. But what the truly rich understand is that having a lot of money gives you the financial freedom to live life on your own terms and control your own financial destiny. …

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Prioritize Your Spending to Live with No Regrets

Prioritize Your Spending to Live with No Regrets

It isn’t just millennials—all generations can benefit from learning how to combat spending regret and learn how to avoid making purchases they only want, instead of truly need. A new NerdWallet survey revealed that 54% of America’s young adults who experience regret over personal spending say that food and beverage …

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Do These Things to Stay Financially Sane

Do These Things to Stay Financially Sane

When your finances aren’t exactly in check, sometimes it’s hard for you to find peace of mind. And when the world is literally going through a pandemic, you might find yourself feeling weighed down enough already. Having finance issues on top of that doesn’t exactly help matters. However, there are …

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Fastest Ways to Restore a Depleted Nest Egg

Fastest Ways to Restore a Depleted Nest Egg

With these uncertain times, people are finding that their hard-earned savings are quickly running out. As a result, many households now need to rebuild their depleted nest eggs and funds so that they can have the ability to handle future emergencies. If you need to restore your own savings, here …

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Build an Emergency Fund in the Quickest Way Possible

Build an Emergency Fund in the Quickest Way Possible

Believe it or not, 69 percent of Americans have less than $1,000 in savings. This means during times of crisis, they are ill-prepared to handle any emergencies. Thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many people have taken pay cuts, been furloughed, or lost their jobs altogether. How could they have …

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Money Management Steps You Should Be Taking Daily

Money Management Steps You Should Be Taking Daily

One of the very best things you can do for yourself and your family is to follow simple money management tips each and every day. Often, people find themselves lacking in basic financial education as they become adults, and end up in financial situations they could have otherwise avoided. Here …

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