With 2019 just around the corner, you may have a resolution to fix your finances. If 2018 left you in debt, stressed out, maxed out, freaked out or just ready for a change, read on. You would be AMAZED at what you can change in a year. The person you are today, does NOT need
Combining finances with your partner? Congratulations! But before you go any farther, it’s important to sit down and make sure you’re both on the same page.
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Too often when we talk about being frugal, the easy answer is to find things to cut back on. When I was trying to pay off my student loans, I started by cutting back. But eventually, like a diet, you reach a breaking point. I couldn’t change my rent for at least another year, I didn’t
I don’t know about you, but my spending seems to come in waves. There will be times I don’t buy anything for weeks, and then, all of a sudden it seems like I have a giant credit card bill. Sometimes it’s due to a life change, a seasonal change or I find some wiggle room