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Money Management Tip: You’re Never Done Saving

Saving money is a lifelong activity. No matter how much you have set aside for emergencies, long-term goals or retirement, you will never stop saving more because your potential to use this money is endless. It’s important to keep this in mind—that saving will be a consistent, lifetime habit—because it …

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Two More Ways Your Subconscious Steals Your Money, Part 2

Last month we discussed some powerful and damaging psychological processes that can undermine your budget and spending plan. Today, let’s talk about two more. Gambler’s Fallacy Odds and statistics can be helpful when determining risk, but there is a deep science behind analyzing data in order to determine resultant odds. …

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When to Make Changes to Your Household Budget

Everyone knows it’s important to make a budget in order to avoid accumulating debt and to ensure proper savings, but some may not realize that it’s also necessary to change your budget from time to time. If you aren’t sure what situations would require an update to your budget, here …

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Does Free Money for College Exist? (Part 2)

Last time, we talked about grants and tax credits serving as free money for college. Today, we’re going to look at two more ways you can score free money for your education. Scholarships Like grants, scholarships are offered by numerous organizations. A student may qualify for multiple small scholarships, which …

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