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Teaching your Children to Budget

Sunday, April 22, 2012

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Teaching your Children to Budget

You have probably learned the importance of keeping track of your own finances, but if you have children, you can also help them become financially literate. Teaching your children to budget can be one of the most important parenting steps you take, protecting your child from future financial hardship, and also teaching them the value […]

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Study Abroad: Live Well but Live Frugally

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

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Study Abroad: Live Well but Live Frugally

Studying abroad can be an exhilarating time for those wanting to experience new cultures and lifestyles. At the same time, the experience can be incredibly expensive. A majority of the costs are dependent on the country you visit and your spending habits in general. Are you willing to make changes in order to save money? […]

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Saving Big vs. Saving Small

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

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Saving Big vs. Saving Small

One of the first things you hear about when looking for ways to save is the so-called “latte tax,” or what it adds up to when you buy coffee out all the time. Sure, java expenses can add up, but you would have to drink a lot of coffee for it to make a meaningful […]

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