Budget

Budgeting For Healthy Habits

Being healthy is something everyone does in their own way. Everyone has a different body and mental state to other people, and because of that there’s never a ‘one size fits all’ solution for someone who’s experiencing some trouble with their health. Not to mention how expensive it can be to try and overhaul your life in this way, which…

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Save Your Business Money With Smart, Green Measures

Source: Pxhere   If you run a business, either from home or elsewhere, money is what keeps it going. As well as trying to make more money, you’re always trying to find ways to save. It’s also important to be a responsible company and show that you have strong values. If you want to tackle both of these issues at…

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3 Questions To Ask Before Making A Large Purchase

There are times in life when you have to take a deep breath, squeeze your budget, and make a big purchase. It might be for new white goods in the kitchen, a new car, a swing set– whatever it is, it’s going to cost a lot of money for a single purchase.   It’s at this point that any financially-savvy…

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Budget, Family

What’s Holding Your Home Business Back?

More and more people are choosing to take the plunge and set up a home-based business. Running a company from home can give you a better work-life balance, but there’s no doubt that it’s hard work to beat the odds and stay above water. If you have grand plans for your venture, but things aren’t quite panning out as you…

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Your Mortgage Application Checklist

Credit   Getting approved for a mortgage is often one of the hardest parts of buying a house. Whether you are just starting to consider the idea of buying your first home, or you’ve already found your dream house, and you are ready to move on it, having a mortgage application turned down can ruin your hopes and put your…

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Budget, Family

4 Mistakes To Avoid When Borrowing Money

Borrowing money is a tricky subject because, while you should try to avoid it as much as possible, sometimes it is the best thing to do. In certain situations, like buying a house or paying for house repairs etc. you have no option but to borrow money. That’s fine, but you need to make sure that you’re doing it right.…

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Budget, Family, Lifestyle

The Only Happy Twentysomethings Are The Debt-Free Ones

Image source   Of all the epochs in your life, none is more exciting, thrilling and hair-raising than your late-teens and early twenties. It’s like you suddenly have total access to all that stuff your parents tried so hard to hide you from and that makes the transition from dependent to independent a rollercoaster ride that even Six Flags can’t…

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20 Ways to Save Money on Everyday Items….

admin / February 12, 2018

Growing up money was tight, I learned at a very young age you had to work hard for everything you want in life. This also taught me the importance of money. Saving it, making it and especially how to spend it. After marriage and graduating college money issues were not as “tight”, but I still took those young values I…

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