How to ‘Stockpile’ Stuff & Save Money

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How to ‘Stockpile’ Stuff & Save Money

How to ‘Stockpile’ Stuff & Save Money

Many of you have probably seen the television shows about hoarders. When they get done, they find that they have 87 tubes of toothpaste, 120 rolls of toilet paper and 24 toothbrushes. I will admit that in my house you will find 8 tubes of toothpaste, 30 rolls of toilet paper and 5 toothbrushes (other... Read More

Can FOMO Drive You Into Debt?

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Can FOMO Drive You Into Debt?

Can FOMO Drive You Into Debt?

Is the “fear of missing out” leaving you in debt with financial regret? The fear of missing out, or FOMO, can lead you into debt quickly without realizing it. It is important to have your goals and finances run on parallel tracks and to revisit those goals regularly to make sure they stay on course... Read More

6 Things You Should Repair Instead of Replace

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6 Things You Should Repair Instead of Replace

6 Things You Should Repair Instead of Replace

We all know that nothing in this world lasts forever. That’s true of the shiny new car you bought last year, the bicycle helmet you bought today, or the fancy dress you plan to buy next week. But while some items should always be replaced when they’re worn down — think of the bicycle helmet as “exhibit... Read More

7 Money Lessons I Learned From ‘Friends’

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7 Money Lessons I Learned From ‘Friends’

7 Money Lessons I Learned From ‘Friends’

Even after all these years, “Friends” is still my favorite show. I watched the series when it originally aired and have binged the stories of my favorite six New Yorkers several times since — laughing with them, dreading turning 30 with them and even learning from them. I’ve looked to the group for dating advice... Read More

10 Ways to Save When You’re Making Minimum Wage

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10 Ways to Save When You’re Making Minimum Wage

10 Ways to Save When You’re Making Minimum Wage

Are you squeaking by on minimum wage? If so, it might seem like there is little hope for you to get money into savings. After all, working full time on the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour brings in a whopping $15,080 a year before any taxes. But even if your budget is down to the bare... Read More

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