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55 Healthy and Cheap Foods to Buy When Broke

If you are not yet financially free nor careful with money, then you will have some hard days where food will be short. Maybe you have just been fired or are going through hard times with money, but whatever is the case, you are shortening your expenses on everything to make a living. And you are even cutting back on food to save money.

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The Pros and Cons of Mobile Payments

15 August 2019
Edna Hill
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In our technologically advanced society, everything seems to be going digital. This includes bank management such as money transfers and debit orders using mobile payments.

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7 Warning Signs You Are Overspending and What to Do About It

16 July 2019
Edna Hill
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The American Journal of Psychiatry estimates that shopping addiction may be found in roughly 5.8% of the population. Unlike other addictions, shopping addiction is difficult to pinpoint.

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5 Lessons to Teach Your Kids About Money

8 July 2019
Kenneth Bennett
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The lessons you teach your children can stick with them for a lifetime. So, when it comes to financial education, it’s best to start instilling money management skills early. According to Forbes, even three-year-old children can understand certain monetary concepts, including the basics of spending and saving.

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The Road to Your Financial Freedom: Debt Relief Options

Achieving financial freedom requires a lot of work. The sense of relief of not having to pay for, or settle certain bills is incomparable. Financial freedom means you can make specific life decisions without necessarily having to stress yourself about the impact. This does not only mean you are financially capable but that you are in charge of your finances. This is where debt relief options come in.

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5 Cheap and Romantic Date Ideas To Try This Spring

As Spring season is here with us, it is the time to explore the outdoors, bask in the sunshine, and go out on romantic dates.

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Money Spending Habits of the Millennials

6 May 2019
Edna Hill
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The Global Economy is dynamic, so are different generation’ spending habits. There has been a particular focus on Millennials spending patterns with many surveys revealing various kind of results. However, the debates are far from over.

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The Advantages of Financial Self-Education

25 April 2019
Edna Hill
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Anyone who would like to build wealth for the future will almost certainly go straight to an investment or retirement advisor for help. That’s a very smart move, but there is an even smarter move everyone should make even before that. There are many specific reasons why financial literacy is right for you and why teaching yourself about economics is always a good idea. Here are a few of them.

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How to Take an Early Retirement in 5 Steps

15 April 2019
Edna Hill
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For everyone who may be wondering how to retire early, first of all, congratulations. The vast majority of people don’t have the means to even think of doing such a thing. Of course, if you think it’s possible and you’d like to try it, you will need a plan to pull it off.

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Top Cheap And Friendly April Fool Day Pranks

28 March 2019
Bobby Wise
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The April Fool’s day comes only once in your year. The day gives jokes lovers a rare opportunity to prank their friends and dear ones. If you among those people, don’t miss the chance this year. Here are some of the best, classic and easy pranks that will barely cost you any dime.

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