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improve your bank balance

Looking To Make Money? 3 Essential Tips That Could Improve Your Bank Balance

If your bank balance isn’t looking as good as you hoped, you may be forgiven for thinking that you will never be happy with your financial situation. However, you can make changes today that could improve your bank balance in a short space of time. Here are 3 essential tips that could make your bank […]

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stretch your money

Find Extra Cash Without Earning More: How a DIY Approach Can Stretch Your Money

If you’re the sort of person who always pays someone else to fix your broken things, you could be spending too much money. In fact, if you learned to manage a few DIY skills, you might have more money to stash in the bank.   Stretch Your Money by Saving Money on Home Repairs Squeaky […]

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stop wasting money

Stop Wasting Money on These Items Now

Our lives are moving so fast each day, with work, family, a social life, that maybe we don’t even know how many wasteful items we are spending our hard-earned money on each day.  While that may be true for some, I think for most it is just the ease of the grab-and-go, being financially lazy […]

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simple living

Simple Living: A Life With Less Stuff

Human beings are like magpies. You see something shiny and you want to buy it. Buying new, shiny things gives a buzz of excitement, an immediate gratification. But the thrill is short lived. Soon your proud new purchase becomes just another barely-used item taking up space in your house. In today’s demanding world of high-pressure […]

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student loan debt

5 Strategies for Managing Student Loan Debt After Graduation

Graduating students who have taken out student loans are often in for a bit of a surprise soon after graduation. Reality starts to sink in once you receive your first student loan bill in the mail. The average amount of student loan debt is in the $33,000 range and 1 in 5 students graduate owing […]

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stop overspending

3 Simple Steps to Stop Overspending

If you admit to being an over-spender you’re not alone. Total debt in the U.S. has reached $11.9 Trillion dollars while the average american household has over $7900 in credit card debt, $10,000 in auto loans, and over $100,000 in mortgage loans. While robust consumer spending is an important driving factor for the U.S. economy, […]

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