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If you pick your battles wisely, you can save on a slew of fixed or travel costs, Mic reports.
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We all work hard for our money, but if we're not careful, it can be ripped right out from under us. From getting scammed on the internet, to medical emergencies, here are eight situations that can make you broke in an instant — plus a few ways to protect yourself. 1. Getting scammed Maybe...
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Trying to figure out how to survive on a budget is one of most challenging things you can do. And those in high cost of living areas can find it even more challenging, because how much everything costs can vary significant depending on where you live. In fact, just moving from a state that levy […]
A couple of years ago, I wrote an article about nine techniques I was using to teach myself patience, because patience was (and still is) one of the biggest challenges I’ve faced on the road to financial independence. The techniques that worked for me boiled down to three things. Show More Summary
Nearly one in four Americans miss a bill payment every year – even the most fiscally responsible. Call us human. Tax accountant Amy Sheahan, 25, opened her Mint account in college and says the free app has helped her build savings and better track her spending over the years. She’s managed to pay off $2,000 […]
The benefits of buying a new car are pretty self-explanatory. Everybody likes owning new things. Sure, it might cost a little more, but you get the benefit of feeling cool, having a nice thing that works really well, and reaping the benefits of consumerism. Show More Summary
Facebook is the King of advertisers. If you aren't careful, it'll track everything you do and tailor advertisements to you in an attempt to make you buy what you don't need. Here's how to make it stop. Facebook Is Tracking Your Every Click So You’ll Spend More—Here’s How To Stop It appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
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No one enjoys being judged, especially by credit reports. Of course, that’s exactly why your credit reports and credit scores exist — to give others information that may ultimately be used to judge you and your credit worthiness. Your credit reports are full of information about your past and present credit management habits. Show More Summary
You think you've found the perfect house. But before you plunge into homeownership, you need to watch out for any warning signs this sale isn't meant to be. Ask yourself whether any of these things apply to you. If so, buying the home of your dreams may just have to wait. 1. You can't afford 20...
There are certain skills that are especially useful for saving money. If you know how to cook, you can make cheaper (and healthier!) meals at home; if you know how to sew, you can make your clothing last longer. And you don't need to hire a handyman for simple repairs if you know how to do them...