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What to Do When You Become Rich…

Rich people fascinate me. So much so that I’ve blogged about this before. But this time I want to focus on the big 4 things I’ve found, through empirical research, to be the most popular activities among the wealthy. I don’t really enjoy talking to rich people because they are rich. …

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5 Fun Frugal Ideas to Enjoy Your Summer

Frugal Summer Fun When I was younger, I couldn’t wait till summer vacation. Extended library trips to check out numerous books, BBQ’s and running through the sprinklers were only some of my favorite things. Summer still hasn’t lost its appeal, even more so since I work out of a school …

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How To Save Money To Travel The World

How To Save Money To Travel The World By: Mark Ross | Money Saving Dude So you want to travel, eh? Well, the main problem that most people have when it comes to traveling is that it costs money to travel. The good thing is that even if your income …

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3 Financial Tips for Young Professionals

Becoming a member of the real world is both an exciting and scary time for young adults. It’s the first time in your life you are given a ton of responsibility and have to be really proactive with several aspects of your life. From taxes to rent to budgeting, it …

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Transitioning Into the Real World

College is an awesome time. Students are in a bubble with all of their friends and the living is easy. Going out and buying $1 beers to eating at restaurants and dining halls, college students don’t have many worries. They don’t have any insurance payments, mortgages, or families to feed, …

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Phroogally Planning for New Year's Eve

Maybe it was your year, maybe it wasn’t, but no matter what, New Year’s Eve is a time to celebrate. The key to having a great New Year’s Eve is making sure that you have a memorable and fun night that won’t start your 2014 financially, physically, or legally miserable. …

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Manage Credit: How to Get Out of Debt Fast

When it comes to responsible money management, getting out of debt as quickly as possible is the most basic step to better your financial standing and create a solid financial plan. Follow these quick tips to get out of debt as quickly as possible. Payoff your student loans. Data from …

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Budgets: A bucket list for your finances

A New Kind of Bucket List By: Chris Pesola Do you think a bucket = a budget? In some ways that is true, but in many ways it is different. Let me explain. The bucket mentality is all about allocation and savings of the money you already have. Budgets are …

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