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You Can Still Be Fashionable with a Limited Budget

August 27th 2015 by
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It can be tough to be a fashionista if you don’t have a lot of money to spend. But by becoming more aware of your spending habits and making some small changes, you get the most for your money. What Breakable Habits Do You Have? The first step to freeing up your budget is to recognize what you spend your money on.  Once you determine that, you can then determine which habits you aren’t going to break.  In other words, habits that are worth more to you than the extra spending money breaking them would create. Once you pick out your favorites, get…

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Way Off Track with Your Financial Goals?

August 25th 2015 by
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Did you make New Year’s Resolutions about your personal finances, but haven’t followed through? It’s not too late to get back on track.  With some effort, you can still meet your goals by the end of the year. Giving Up is Always the Easiest Option Just because it’s later in the year doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement.  You first need to determine why you didn’t follow through in the first place.  Once you determine that, you can figure out how to fix it so you don’t go down the same path. Was it too hard? Did something unexpected…

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Back-To-School Shopping Tips

August 13th 2015 by
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According to the National Retail Federation, back to school shopping is expected to reach $24.9 billion with the average family planning to spend $630 on school supplies.  However, you don’t have to drain your wallet in order to prepare your kids for school. Take Inventory The first and easiest tip to save on back to school shopping is to take inventory of what you already have at home.  See what clothes, notebooks, and other supplies can be reused and which ones need to be replaced. From there, you can make a list of what is actually needed instead of buying…

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Understanding Your Paycheck

August 11th 2015 by
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If you have ever looked at your paycheck and did not know the meaning of each part of it, it’s time to learn.  Besides just knowing where your money is going and why, you could possibly be missing errors that have been occurring that you can now rectify. Basic Terms The first few terms to understand are: YTD, Pay, and Deductions: YTD = Year-To- Date – You will often see this in categories such as pay, deductions, and taxes. Pay = your gross pay – What you earned before taxes are taken out Deductions = Any benefits you share the…

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Should You Pay Down Bills Or Save Your Money?

July 23rd 2015 by
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In an ideal world, everyone would be able to save part of their income.  Unfortunately, most people have to be more focused on paying down their debts and making ends meet. With gas prices falling almost a dollar over the last year, many consumers are taking advantage of the extra money in their pockets to pay bills instead of spending the extra money.  About 42% of consumers are using the money they are saving to pay bills while 24% are spending that money and 28% are saving it. The question is: are the consumers making the right choice? Do You Have…

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