This Year’s Most Popular Halloween Costumes Are …

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This Year’s Most Popular Halloween Costumes Are …

This Year’s Most Popular Halloween Costumes Are …

Princesses be warned: Your reign of popularity among kids celebrating Halloween is over. 2016 is the year of the superhero, according to the National Retail Federation’s 2016 Halloween Consumer Top Costumes Survey. The annual review of popular Halloween costumes, conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics, found that spending on costumes is expected to reach $3.1... Read More

This Woman Only Dates Men With Good Credit Scores

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This Woman Only Dates Men With Good Credit Scores

This Woman Only Dates Men With Good Credit Scores

“I need a man who has his life together and can pay his bills.” That’s not a jaded divorcée talking. It’s 22-year-old Martina Paillant of Brooklyn, New York. In a recent interview with The New York Post, Paillant said she was raised in a family of professionals who took handling their money very seriously. “I have no student... Read More

5 Steps That Let Me Quit the Cubicle

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5 Steps That Let Me Quit the Cubicle

5 Steps That Let Me Quit the Cubicle

I recently quit my job. I didn’t quit working. I just quit working for someone else. It’s been more than a month now and my husband and business partner, David, and I feel as good about our decision today as the day I left. One of the best parts about quitting my traditional job is... Read More

College Finances 101: How to Adult With Money

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College Finances 101: How to Adult With Money

College Finances 101: How to Adult With Money

A lot of parents teach their kids about financial responsibility, like how to balance a checkbook, why it’s important to check your credit scores, how to save for a rainy day, be frugal with your money and not overspend with credit cards. This article isn’t for them. This is a financial primer for those of you leaving... Read More

8 Reasons You Should Live Beneath Your Means

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8 Reasons You Should Live Beneath Your Means

8 Reasons You Should Live Beneath Your Means

Many Americans struggle to make ends meet. This often results in both financial and marital stress for couples. After digging out from under more than $37,000 in debt, my husband and I changed the way we look at money and now, we live beneath our means. Changing the way that we looked at money was... Read More

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