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Money Management: 5 Ways To Stretch Your Money

December 29th, 2015

You might think that making your money go along way can be a difficult task but it is easier than you think. The key is not making any impulsive decisions and weighing all of your options before making a final purchase. Also this is the perfect time to be frugal, not cheap, but just wise when spending your money. There are a lot of ways to spend your money but the wisest ways are the ones that let you save the most without sacrificing quality or need.


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How Long Standing Debt Affects Your Future

December 28th, 2015

Dealing with debt can be a long, drawn out battle. Many obstacles can get in the way of your ultimate goal of debt elimination, but get overshadowed by the prospect of trying to throw enough money at debt in hopes of wiping it away. Debt seems to stay in our lives forever with or without our say so. Long standing debt can be especially bad as it has a prolonged effect on your financial standing as well as your credit health. Here are a few ways long standing debt can be detrimental to you.


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Avoiding Debt With Budget Changes

December 23rd, 2015

Debt waits for no man, or job for that matter. When you have a steady job paying off your debts comes as second nature. But when you lose your job you have to adjust your thinking and your debt payment strategy. It’s a little easier to disregard debt when you’re unemployed because you simply don’t have the money to pay what you owe. Your budget doesn’t consist of much if you don’t have a steady income. But there are some cases where you don’t lose your job but you take a pay cut or you’re transferred to another position with a different amount of income. These changes in finance are less drastic than unemployment but still require planning to deal with debt.


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How To Trick Yourself Into Saving Money

December 23rd, 2015

While paying off debts like student loans might be insanely difficult to some, keeping a functioning savings account is almost impossible to most. Having a savings account is necessary to make sure you’re covered for emergencies that require financial attention or for that vacation you’ve been meaning to take. But with all of the purchases you make with immediate results the prospect of saving becomes a hope rather than a reality. But there are ways to trick yourself into saving your money on a regular basis.


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3 Simple Ways To Save Money

December 23rd, 2015

The ease with which people spend their savings can be frightening sometimes. Even if a savings account reached a respectable amount with months of budgeting and careful planning, one impulse purchase can destroy all of that hard work. With the many ways we have to access our money now, it’s almost impossible to stop ourselves from getting something we really want when we really want it. There are much simpler ways to save your money and to keep it from budgeting oversights and impulse purchases. Here are a few simple ways to help save your money.


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Can You Get Credit With Bad Credit?

December 22nd, 2015

Credit is always a mystery to deal with when it comes to fixing it. You need credit to fix credit but bad credit won’t let you get credit. This kind of credit logic leaves people feeling stuck, frustrated and hopeless. How can you fix your bad credit if you don’t have enough credit to do so? There are ways to improve your credit score and acquire the credit you need.


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How Does Medical Debt Affect Me?

December 22nd, 2015

Debt comes in all shapes and sizes. Some debts are large and ever-present while others are elusive and covered in shadow. Medical debt is one of those expenses you don’t think about until it starts to rear its head to look for payments. Out of everything that happens with a medical emergency, the least important thing on your mind is how or when you’re paying the bill. But before you fall into debt due to medical emergencies, here are a few things you should know about medical debt.


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6 Steps To Improve Your Credit Score Fast

December 22nd, 2015

The one thing you’ll never learn in school is how to improve your credit score. It’s not until you have bad credit that you will be forced to find ways of improving your credit score. It’s hard to know what you should do to improve or even maintain your credit rating. Everyone knows that your credit rating can affect your ability to buy a car, a house or other really expensive items, so how do you go about improving your credit when it’s down in the dumps?


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6 Ways To Simplify Your Personal Finances

December 22nd, 2015

Managing your financial life can be a hard task, especially when you take into account all the places and ways you can spend money. You can simplify your personal finances in a number of ways that will not only improve your financial lifestyle but give you a successful future. When there are less things to worry about, you can concentrate on the more important things, like a mortgage or car loan. This is about getting all the extra stuff spending or unnecessary expenses out of the way, so your personal finances become less of a chore and easier to track.


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Becoming Finance Ready For the New Year

December 21st, 2015

As the year closes in, this is a great time to re-evaluate your personal finances to start with a fresh slate in the new year. Taking a second look at how you spent your funds in the last 12 months, will give you a complete perspective on your spending habits. If you didn’t do so well with saving, you can work on that for next year or if you did well on controlling your budget, you can improve in the next 12 months.


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