Little Spending Sprees That Won’t Break Your Budget

Do you ever get tired of watching every penny and being stressed about money? If you’re financially savvy, focused on saving money, and sticking to a budget, sometimes that can just wear you out.
Ever wish you could go on a spending spree without worrying about the budget? We’ve all had that fantasy, but is it just a fantasy? Or is there a way you can treat yourself without breaking your budget?

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Budgeting for a Baby Without Going into Debt

Having a baby can be an exciting, nerve-wracking and unexpected experience. One of the things that you may want to consider with a new member of the family is your budget. It's easy to want it all for your new baby. But it also makes sense to save on items where possible. Here are 10 smart ways that you can budget for a baby.

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Throwing a Budget Graduation Bash

A graduation bash can be one of the most fun and joyous get togethers. Like most parties, the cost can potentially run away from you quickly. If you are on a budget, then there are several ways that you could control costs. Here is a look at some of the ways that you can throw a graduation bash on a budget.

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Tax Bill Caught You Off Guard? Plan Now for Next Year

There is something really unnerving about realizing that you owe Uncle Sam money during tax season. Chances are you might not be prepared to deal with a significant tax bill. While you may not be able to change what you owe this year, you can potentially prepare yourself for the next year.

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Turn Your Quarantine Clutter Into Cash

There is a good chance that you may have lots of clutter around your house from the last 12 months during the Covid-19 quarantine. Well, if you are looking to declutter your house, why not make some money? There are many things in your home that you may be able to sell for cash. Here is a look at how to get started.

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Signs You're Stuck in a Cycle of Debt

Being in debt can create problems and may make it hard to get ahead when it comes to saving and investing. Do you think you might be caught in a cycle of debt? Read on to learn how to tell if you are stuck in the debt cycle. If you are, there are steps that you can take that may help you get out of an endless cycle of debt.

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How to Manage Finances After a Job Loss

Every year, unfortunately, millions of people lose their jobs. When it comes to dealing with finances after a job loss, it may become challenging to navigate. Fortunately, there are some tips that may be able to help you stay financially secure after a job loss. 

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10 Key Financial Resolutions for the New Year

The new year is a time to make resolutions to improve your life. While most people focus on their physical health and weight, you should take this opportunity to look at your financial health. After all, being financially healthy could be just as important as your physical well-being. Here is a look at 10 key financial resolutions that you should make for the coming new year.

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10 Tips to Manage Financial Stress

Financial challenges are one of the biggest reasons for stress in a person’s life. After all, you need money to do just about anything. The leading causes of financial stress are typically from losing a job, increasing debt, and wondering how to pay bills each month. The good news is that there are several ways to manage your financial stress at any income level.

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How to Budget for the Best New Year’s Eve Bash

When New Year’s Eve comes, you may want to ring in the new year with some friends and family. However, you don’t want to break the bank when it comes to your New Year’s Eve party. Therefore, you will want to have a plan in place to save on your New Year’s Eve party. Here are 10 great tips to follow.

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