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The One Dollar Rule May Help You Stick To A Budget

Many experts offer the advice to cut out unnecessary expenses, adhere to a super-strict budget and work yourself to the bone until you pay off your debt. Instead, you may want to try out the "$1 rule" of budgeting
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Next-Day Delivery May Ruin Your Financial Budget

There is a new battle between Amazon and Walmart and it may put your budget into a tailspin. Last month Amazon announced it would offer free one-day shipping for Prime members on now more than 10 million products . Walmart responded by rolling out “NextDay” delivery on 220,000 commonly purchased...
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Expect The Unexpected And Budget For The Next School Year Now

We are coming close to the end of another school year and as you now know, there are a slew of unexpected costs involved each academic year! But expecting the unexpected can keep your budget ion track. A cornerstone of budgeting for the unexpected is a concept often referred to as “sinking funds.”...
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The Tooth Fairy Is Sticking To A Budget

The Tooth Fairy is struggling to pay the bills for kid's teeth! According to the Original Tooth Fairy Poll, the average payout per tooth has plummeted 43 cents over the past year to just $3.70 per tooth. It’s the second year in a row that lost teeth have lost value, as last year’s price per tooth...
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Try This Trick Next Time You Go Shopping To Avoid Overspending

Serious shoppers sometimes find themselves with a money problem, where more money is being spent than earned. That can be a recipe of financial disaster but reflecting on recently used personal possessions can help stifle the urge to impulse-buy, according to new study. In other words, if stop to...
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Cut Your Grocery Bill In Half Without Coupons

It's no secret that your dollar doesn't go as far as it once did in the grocery store. So when a budgeting expert claims that you can feed a family of four for just over $10 a day, you've got to know her secrets. Nikki Storey runs workshops that provide financial education for families and she says...
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WOW Airlines Looking For Traveler & Bestie For Three Month Travel Extravaganza

It is often said that if you dread your job that you should find a new one. An Iceland-based budget airline is looking for an Air Travel Guide. WOW airlines says it's the first of its kind and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a person to travel across Europe and North America documenting the...
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The Number One Reason Couple Break Up Isn't What You May Think

You never go into a romantic relationship thinking that you'll end up breaking up or divorcing but with half of marriages ending in divorce the odds aren't too promising. After the break up the signs were clear that it wasn't meant to be. But this one common behavior can save you years of heartache...
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The "Rule Of 4" May Be The Best Way To Stay On A Gift-Giving Budget

A recent survey found the average American will spend $906 on Christmas gifts this season . That's a lot of money and when it comes to buying gifts for children it can be easily to overindulge in the hopes your children get what they want and do not have a disappointing Christmas. But there is a...
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Thanksgiving Prep You Should Be Doing Now

Even though we just wrapped up Halloween and we don't mean to get you off in a panic, but there is less than three weeks until Thanksgiving. However there is no need to panic as we go over some items you should be doing now to keep the stress levels low. First, finalize your guest list and get firm...
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