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Hit Up the ATM! 7 Reasons Why Its Important to Keep Cash On Hand
Hit Up the ATM! 7 Reasons Why Its Important to Keep Cash On Hand
I used to be tempted to spend every single cent I had. Now though, Ive come to appreciate the value of having cash on hand. When you calculate your monthly budget, you should always budget out enough cash to have a bit of cash on hand too. Not only does this help you control your spending and stick to your budget, it will also ensure you have the cash when you need it. Something about having to spend cold, hard, cash is such a different experience, mentally, then swiping simply a debit card.
Avoid These 7 Common Mistakes When Getting Out of Debt
Avoid These 7 Common Mistakes When Getting Out of Debt
I know what it feels like to think that youll never, ever, be able to get out of debt. Ive been there. As much as it can feel like it being in debt is not a hopeless situation provided you handle it head-on and not let it linger over your head for years. You absolutely CAN find debt freedom and regain your financial independence. In order to eliminate your debt effectively, there are some mistakes you need to avoid making in the process.
9 Money-Saving Tips from Coupon Expert Kasey Trenum
9 Money-Saving Tips from Coupon Expert Kasey Trenum
Earlier this week, I had the chance to talk with Kasey Trenum, Savings.com DealPro, author of Couponing For the Rest of Us: The Not-So-Extreme Guide to Saving More and co-founder of Time2SaveWorkshops.com about National Coupon Month, and a new (to me) website called ReasonsToSave.com. The site a joint effort of Savings.com and Valpak—intends to educate and empower consumers this National Coupon Month. It features money-saving...
7 Personal Finance Tools Every Kid Should Have
7 Personal Finance Tools Every Kid Should Have
While there is a lot of technology out there that can help kids learn about money, there are several tools every kid should have that do not require electricity. Parents that want to raise financially-wise kids should be teaching age-appropriate money lessons to ensure their kids are prepared for financial responsibilities as an adult as most schools do not teach even the most basic of personal finance lessons. Here are 7 tools every kid can use to learn the most important money lessons.
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