Money Management

How to Save Money on Your Utility Bills

August 30, 2016

There are a lot of inexpensive ways to keep costs low in your home and you don’t have to go through extreme measures to achieve that. It is common for the average family to have several hundreds of dollars of utility bills to pay every month and sometimes it can be quite challenging, especially nowadays […]

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Last Minute Financial Aid Tips For Non-Traditional Students

August 15, 2016

It seems like more and more people are going back to school to either finish their degree or to get another one. Non-traditional student populations are on the rise all over the country. With many non-traditional students having not been in school for years, I want to go over a few last-minute financial tips. Make sure the […]

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Spending Less on Food

July 25, 2016

Hello, Dinks. The amount of money that people spend on food can be quite high. Some folks don’t even have a food budget. They just go to the store and buy what they want. They worry about the cost later. As Dinks, I know that you are focused on doing the right thing with your […]

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4 Key Components of Financial Planning

June 15, 2016

Financial planning helps you analyze your long-term and short-term financial goals and also create a balanced plan in order to help you meet your goals. When it comes to effective financial planning, it involves more than just balancing your checkbook every month. Your ultimate goal should be extensive financial planning and gaining financial clarity in […]

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How to Effectively Manage Your Finances

June 15, 2016

Money is something which you cannot absolutely do without. Even though it is regarded as being the source of happiness, money is something which is much more than that. This is because without money, it would actually be very difficult to survive. Not only that, but you would also need money to make sure that […]

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Do You Need a Roommate?

May 28, 2016

All of us put a price on our alone time with some valuing it much higher than others. But what sort of financial cost are you willing to take on in order to live alone? For some people, especially millennials, having a roommate is something that is a necessity. Those that live in major cities […]

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Top Tips to Tackle Financial Stress

April 24, 2016

Do you feel stressed out about money? A lot of Americans have financial stress, so know that you are not alone. In fact, according to a recent study by Financial Finesse, 85 percent of American workers report some type of financial strain. The struggle is just as real for the millennial workforce—almost half of millennials […]

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Cash At The Eleventh Hour: Clever Ways To Meet Unexpected Expenses

April 19, 2016

There are plenty of us who occasionally meet an unexpected financial bump in the road and need some cash to cover a bill that we were not anticipating. If it is for a short-term need and you can pay it back quickly, someone like Captain Cash might be able to come to your rescue. If […]

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What to Do When You Can’t Pay Your Bills

March 9, 2016

Being in debt can be a huge problem if you don’t know how to deal with it. Some days you wake up and find yourself saying I need money now. However, there are solutions to help you pull yourself out of the red and back into the black when it comes to your finances. Follow […]

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