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Dealing with Your Child’s Wishes When in Financial Woes

The following is a guest post: Author Bio Zoha Ejaz is a passionate blogger who loves to write on different health related topics. She is working for different health brands including Kids Urgent Care, a Florida Hospital for Children providing best pediatric care to the families. *** Are you in …

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15 Affordable Cities for Settling Down

The following is  a post by Anum Yoon of CurrentonCurrency.com. Enjoy! Whether you want cloud-grazing skyscrapers, sun-soaked prairies or picket-fenced suburbs, you can find it all in the United States. That’s what makes it so hard to decide where you should settle down within our sprawling country. Perhaps the biggest …

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Why Being a SAHM May Cripple You Financially

The following is a post by Ossiana Tepfenhart. She’s a personal finance blogger, a food critic, and a lover of all things involving success. Enjoy. In this day and age, being a housewife is an option many women consider when they first marry and/or get pregnant. It’s a life that …

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10 Ways to Save Money When You Have Pets

Pets are wonderful companions and beloved additions to your family. But like any new addition, they come with additional costs. Luckily you don’t have to break the bank paying for your pet’s care. Nor do you have to sacrifice your pet’s well-being for the sake of savings. Instead, here are …

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9 Easy Meal Prep Ideas to Save Time and Money

No matter how many coupons you clip, food always takes up a large chunk of your paycheck, especially if you frequently dine out or have a Starbucks addiction. Fortunately, there are simpler ways to save money that don’t require paper cuts or forgoing your favorite treats. The easiest way to …

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Why You Should Talk To Your Child About Money Now

Millennials are not just college students. Many millennials are in their late 20s and early 30s and many are raising a family. Every generation learns the habits of the previous generation whether they approve upon those habits or not. The subject of money has become more openly discussed among millennials but there …

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How to Have the Financial Talk with Your Significant Other

The following article is the second guest post from long time friend and certified counselor Elizabeth J. McCarty. If you’re an introvert struggling with getting your career started then visit ResilientandThriving.com. Don’t Shy Away From It: Prepping Introverts for Having the “Financial Talk” with Their Significant Other Everyone knows that there …

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