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Smart Money Moves To Start In The New Year

January 14th 2016 by
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If improving your finances is one of your New Year’s resolutions, we’re here to help. There are plenty of things you can do to be more financially fit. Create a Budget If you read up on personal finance advice frequently, this shouldn’t be new. Having a budget, and ultimately understanding how much money you have coming in and going out, is the easiest way to get a handle on your finances. So how do you get started? Look at your transactions for the past couple months and determine what is your normal income and expenses. Use that information to estimate…

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College Students: 7 Ways To Make (And Save) Money Over Break

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December 22nd 2015 by
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Winter break is tough on a college student. Besides the expected expenses of the holidays, you’ll also be travelling back home and probably meeting up with friends and family to catch up. Grabbing a bite to eat a few times a week during break can easily add up… and you don’t want to put yourself in any more debt. Here’s how you can combat this expensive break. 1. Look for Paid Internships Companies know that college students are on break and can use the money (and experience) from temporary work. Look online, ask your family and friends, or just contact…

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Hosting Holiday Dinners on a Budget

December 15th 2015 by
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Going into the home stretch of the holiday season, your wallet is probably feeling a little stretched. Even if you’ve finished holiday shopping, there probably will be more expenses coming in the way of food and holiday gatherings. Stay on budget with these tips for a festive and frugal holiday party. 1. Go Simple, Think Presentation You don’t have to get fancy appetizers and drinks to make the party special. Instead, focus on presentation. For example, you can use small votive candle holders as individual serving cups for veggies. You can also break out the tablecloth for a more elegant…

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How to Handle Holiday Leftovers

November 24th 2015 by
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When it comes to holiday food, leftovers are inevitable. Some may be excited about this, but others may not know what to do – and no one wants waste! We’ll walk you through how to manage the holiday mess to ensure you’re getting the most out of your holiday investment. Get Leftovers Put Away Promptly Food should not be left at room temperature for long. Keep the time on the table to less than two hours. This will give everyone plenty of time for leftovers while also keeping the food safe. If you have guests driving long distances, be sure…

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5 Tips to Save Money on Holiday Meals

November 12th 2015 by
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Holiday meals tend to get extravagant thanks to traditions and the general spirit of the holidays. More often than not, people budget for how much they will spend on gifts this season without thinking about the added cost of food. While it’s easy to put your diet on hold for the festivities, your finances are not as easy to ignore. Here are five ways you can avoid losing more than you need to this season. Stock Up Early Take inventory of what you have and start making a list of what you need. Basics like flour, pumpkin, spices, cranberry sauce,…

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