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Are You Being Tricked into Paying More?

August 31st 2016 by
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Many times when you’ve spent more than you planned to it’s thanks to sneaky tactics used by many companies.  Your probably don’t even realize it’s happening until it’s too late.  Learn what tricks companies use to get as much money out of your pocket as possible. Free Shipping More and more people are taking advantage of online shopping, especially when free shipping is thrown in.  However, these offers usually come with a price tag. Typically, you have to spend a certain amount of money in order to get free shipping.  Many end up spending more money trying to get free shipping…

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Where Does Your Money Go?

August 30th 2016 by
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The FinTech company, Personal Capital,” released it’s inaugural “State of Spending” report in which they share the average cost people spend on different products at different stores.  Personal Capital helps people manage their finances and in their report, they analyzed 148,225,107+ transactions in 2015 in order to analyze how people spend their money.  The blog site, “Budgets are Sexy,” highlights some interesting findings in this study. Automobile Expenses Each month, the average person pays $725 to own a car (this covers payments, maintenance, insurance and gas).  One good way to reduce this amount is by driving an older car.  You avoid worrying about sky-high car…

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Keep Your Moving Costs Low

August 25th 2016 by
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If you are moving long distance, movers will charge based on how much items weigh and the distance you are moving.  The more you’re moving, the more you’ll pay. Professional movers can make things easier and more convenient, but moving yourself can be a lot cheaper.  However, both ways bring their hassles. Here are some ways you can save some money and reduce your headaches as you make it to your new location. Start Purging It is best to begin getting rid of some of your belongings well before it is time to move.  See what books and clothes you…

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4 Ways to Add to Your Savings

August 24th 2016 by
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We are always looking for ways to make our savings grow.  However, this can be difficult if you do not know how to build your money.  See what steps you can take in order to maximize what you save. Open a Separate Account Having a separate account for savings is a way to effectively store your money and limiting your access to it. You can even set up direct deposit to automatically deposit some of your paycheck into that account.  If you are able to pay all of your bills on your current income, transfer any additional money into savings.  Regardless of…

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Going Green: Save The World While Saving Money

August 23rd 2016 by
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In the age where errands can be done from your living room couch, banking is right there along with shopping for clothing or airline tickets. Digital banking is growing greener with each technical advancement. Mobile banking helps the environment by saving the gas you’d need for the trip and the paper used for statements and receipts. Credit card use saves on paper, metals and energy used to create, track and replace cold cash. With instant-pay sites like Paypal and online bill paying, virtually all paper use in the production of checks, receipts and money is eliminated. Are there any risks…

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