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Road to Financial Wellness – June 4th!

May 28th 2015 by
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Phroogal, a financial education start-up based in nearby Elizabeth, NJ, is doing something pretty incredible. Founder Jason Vitug and his team are travelling to 30 locations in 30 days to spark conversations about personal finance through local grassroots initiatives. During this 10,000 mile trip, they will share these financial conversations through daily blogs and social media posts. Here’s a map of the trip: Jason founded Phroogal in 2013 and it now ranks as one of the Top 100 Personal Finance blogs. We’re excited to announce that we will be sponsoring this event. The Phroogal team will stop here on June 4th to…

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Have You Checked Out Our Financial Resources?

May 26th 2015 by
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If you’re reading this blog, that probably means you like tips on how to manage your personal finances. You’ve come to the right place. At Aspire, we believe financial education is important. We have a number of resources to help you out no matter where you are in life. Guides and Worksheets We’re continuing to create materials to help educate you about your finances: Buying a House Guide Budget Worksheet Used Vehicle Checklist Videos Our Videos Page contains all of our videos, with topics ranging from how to use our services to financial education topics. Some of our new how-to videos…

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Save Money with These BBQ Tips!

May 21st 2015 by
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BBQ season is here! Don’t let your plans hurt your finances. Follow these suggestions for a successful, budget-friendly BBQ. Pick Produce that’s In-Season Produce is much cheaper when you buy in-season. Here are some examples of what you should get and when: Spring: asparagus, swiss chard, mushrooms, collard greens Summer: corn, eggplant, zucchini, tomatoes Fall: kale, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, bell peppers Click here for a full list per season. Make Your Own Rubs and Sauces Instead of purchasing commercial rubs or sauces, try making your own. They usually require simple ingredients and are easy to make. You can search for…

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How to Be Healthy on a Budget

May 19th 2015 by
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Most people believe that you need to pay more for a healthy lifestyle. That mentality can be frustrating; you know being healthy will help you save money, but how much do you have to spend to maintain your health? The good news is it doesn’t have to be bad. You just need to know where to go, what to buy and how to do it all cheaply. Visit a Farmer’s Market You can find high-quality foods at lower prices at farmer’s markets, especially if you visit at the end of the day. You can also contact local farms and ask…

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How to Prioritize Your Debt

May 14th 2015 by
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Last week, I talked about what an acceptable amount of debt was and what your debt-to-income ratio means. The next step is to understand how you should prioritize your debt to gain better control of your finances. Necessities First In order to properly prioritize your debt, you first need to make a list of all your monthly expenses. Set this up in a spreadsheet, and you’ll be able to build your budget off it later. Basic human necessities always take priority. Your housing and food costs should be estimated and that money needs to be set aside every month before…

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