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The Rage of Cruise Ship Retirement

The Rage of Cruise Ship Retirement

Perhaps one of the more unexpected trends of late is the move to retire on a cruise ship.

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Fall 2019 Decorating on a Budget

Fall 2019 Decorating on a Budget

Finally there’s a chill in the air and fall is upon us. Here are some tips on how to celebrate your love for the season without spending a pretty penny.

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Good Debt Vs. Bad Debt: What's the Difference?

Good Debt Vs. Bad Debt: What's the Difference?

If you’re one of the roughly 300 million Americans living in debt, the idea of categorizing it into “good” and “bad” may seem a little crazy.

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Student Loans and Homeownership

Student Loans and Homeownership

One of the huge expenses being pushed off the horizon for millennials is owning a house. Luckily, home ownership may not be as far out of reach as this generation may have been led to believe it is.

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5 Ways to Cut Down Your Budget

5 Ways to Cut Down Your Budget

Don’t forget to go back and revisit every few months to make sure you’re not spending unnecessary money. Here are some examples of places you could trim your budget.

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How to Enjoy Kansas City Chiefs Season on a Budget

How to Enjoy Kansas City Chiefs Season on a Budget

While it is amazing to be up-close to the action in the stadium, not everyone can swing the price of Chiefs tickets—but don’t let that affect your fandom!

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Cash Registries: Tacky or Trendy?

Cash Registries: Tacky or Trendy?

As the average age for marriage rises, the dynamic of a wedding gift registry changes too. The cash registry has become a hotly debated topic among couples and guests.

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What to Do If Your Wallet Disappears

What to Do If Your Wallet Disappears

After you’ve ransacked the car, the couch, and the pockets of all the pants in the house, it’s time to declare defeat and start the process of correcting and replacing the lost wallet.

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Key Resources to Help College Students Save Money

Practical Tips to Help College Students Save Money

The good news is there are plenty of places to find great discounts or help for college students.

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4 Questions to Ask When Using an Emergency Fund

4 Questions to Ask About Your Emergency Fund

Despite our best efforts to budget, there will always be a time when something unexpected arises. While it may seem impossible to budget for the unpredictable, there’s actually a solution: an emergency fund.

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