Budgeting For Beginners: A FREE Five Day Quick Start Course

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  If you feel stress about money, worry about paying your bills or are just tired of trying to find a way to rob Peter to pay Paul, you aren’t alone.  In fact, I get it. I really get it. I tried to figure it all out on my own and failed miserably. That lead … Read More about Budgeting For Beginners: A FREE Five Day Quick Start Course

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10 Ways to Build Credit Without a Credit Card

Credit cards are a great tool for building credit. They’re easy to use, offer flexibility, and sometimes even reward you for using them. Most also directly impact your credit score and are used by many people to begin building their credit profile. But what if you don’t want a credit card or are having trouble… Read More

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Four Ways to Select the Right Stock

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Choosing stocks is kind of like picking out a great outfit.  Selecting a great outfit is like choosing a great stock. You may be thinking “Candice, are you sure about that?” Yes, I am sure! Although there are probably hundreds of questions you could ask yourself before choosing a stock to invest in, today I … Read More about Four Ways to Select the Right Stock

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How to (Actually) Stop Overspending on Christmas Presents

Here are the 5 steps you need to take to stop yourself from overspending on Christmas gifts The excitement, the gingerbread latte is now kicking in … the click-clack of your shoes racing down Target’s floor tiles… as you frantically snatch the must-have toy of the season off the shelf, clutching it possessively to your

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The Frugal Mom’s Guide to Meal Planning on a Budget

Meal Planning Can Help Save You $1,600 a Year on Your Grocery Budget! Hmmm… donuts, pizza & mojitos OH MY! Isn’t it amazing how one stray sentence can totally take over your mind! Food is tasty, a treat, and can be downright mesmerizing! It can also be one of our biggest budget busters! We want

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