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12Jan

Lower Your Annual Car Expenses in One Simple Step

Owning and driving a car can be a very big expense to add to your books. The average cost of owning a car per year is around $6,000 – this includes gasoline, oil, and other vehicle-related costs. And, that’s the average if you already own the vehicle, buying a
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08Jan

How to Budget Your Living Expenses Better

Budgeting is a pretty basic thing and it’s something that we should all strive to get right in life. But it’s also something that many people struggle with or ignore because they don’t want to confront it directly. If you want to find out more about how to budget
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06Jan

Make More Money This Year

As things in life get more pricey and we forever desire new stuff, vacations and have greater expenditures, it’s extremely common that the population are seeking additional sources of revenue and additional ways to boost their money. The days are gone that the vast majority of families are supported
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05Jan

Simple Ways Anyone Can Grow Their Income This Year

Are you interested in growing your income? You are, of course, far from alone with this goal. The good news is that there are a range of steps that you can take to grow your income. Here are the possibilities that we recommend.
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29Jun

5 Simple Ways to Save Money on Utilities

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, everyone’s financial situation has been precarious. We no longer can rely on our routine to support us when things go wrong. For many women, being financially stable is not only essential to life, it’s a matter of pride. It doesn’t take much to knock
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12Mar

4 Reasons Why Everybody Needs an Emergency Fund

Building an emergency fund is one of the best things that you can do if you want to secure your finances, but so many people put it off. Instead, they focus on building up savings in other areas without creating a separate account for emergencies.
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10Feb

Managing Your Personal Finances After a Setback

Life does not always give us what we want. One moment we may feel as though we have everything under control, and our personal finances may all be in hand. The next day you might lose your job or have a car accident and it will mean that you
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08Feb

Creating a Sustainable Budget

The first step towards gaining financial freedom is to create a budget. The budget needs to not only be an accounting of how much money you have and how much your bills cost each month. It needs to be a guideline for how to spend your money so you
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22Jan

Making Ends Meet Between Jobs

Being between jobs is always a bit of a stressful situation. Not only do you have the hassle of searching through hundreds of job adverts every week, tailoring your cv and attending lots of interviws (if you’re lucky), you have the added pressure of being short on your finances
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05Dec

Making Some Extra Money on the Side

In your life, there are plenty of opportunities nowadays where you can make more money than just the same pay packet you get every month from your full-time job. There are plenty of options to help add to your household pot, so here are some tips for making extra
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