The Best Personal Finance Books To Read In Your 20’s

The Best Books To Read In Your 20's

  If you’re trying to fix your finances, starting in your 20s is the best way to go. Even if you’ve got student loans, no credit and credit card debt, there’s still hope for you. If you want to pay off debt, start investing and learn to save, time is the most important resource you

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How To Know If You’re Overpaying On Bills- A Cinch Financial Review

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One of my best pieces of advice to help people save money is to do an audit of your monthly bills to ensure you aren’t overpaying.  Though I put some of my bills on “autopay,” when I’ve done a bi-annual audit of those bills, I’ve been surprised at what charges sneak up on my bills

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Don’t Be Spooked! Tips For Tackling Your Scariest Financial Fears

Debt, retrirement, mortgages, babies- how to save up and face your biggest financial fears

Fall is an awesome time of year, isn’t it?  Cooler temperatures, falling leaves, cozy fall fashion and of course, everyone loves Halloween!  It’s a time to play dress up- whether you want to be glam or scary, it’s a fun time to explore beyond the norm. While most of us think about our finances around

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Should You Really Give Up Your Lattes? Is A Gym Membership A Waste Of Money? What’s Frugal-Smart & What’s Not

If you're living on a budget, you've heard too many times to give up your gym membership or lattes to save money. How to evaluate what's really frugal for you

Zina here, offering up some of my favorite frugality tenets to debunk!  So often, basic personal finance advice advises people to get rid of gym memberships or Starbucks, but when is something not “frugal” still a good idea? To me, being frugal means using your money in a way that impacts your life. For some

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How to Budget For & Plan A Move (Timeline & Tips!)

Get a plan together for 1 year 6 months, 1 month out before you move- it doesn't have to be stressful!

This is a great post from contributor, Zina.  I’ve moved across the country 3 times and wish I’d had this guide to help me plan better!   A week ago, I moved 1,000 miles to Denver, Colorado, along with my husband, dog and a friend of ours. We decided to move to Denver more than

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