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Emergency Fund—Start Small, Think Big

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Many people wonder how they can build an emergency fund when they’re trying to pay off their debts. It isn't as hard as you might think. The strategy is to start small, change a few habits, and change your mind set.

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Getting Out of Debt as a Couple

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Debt your partner has can be a cause for concern. When it comes to love and money, of course you and your significant other love each other. It’s also critically important to know where the other person stands financially. Debts brought into the relationship could affect your financial well-being and ability to reach milestone goals in your life together. Here are some tips on getting out of debt as a couple:

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A Royal Price tag for a Royal Wedding: How does the Meghan/Harry wedding compare to the average commoners special day?

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It should come to no surprise that the royal wedding of Meghan Markel and Prince Harry will be a little bit on the pricy side. With the wedding season beginning in the U.S. as well, many brides are planning to look towards May 19th as inspiration for their own upcoming nuptials, but can the average bride fit the bill?

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Freeze Food Spending

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Are you looking for ways to save on meals? From grocery shopping strategies, restaurant tips, and food preservation; we have compiled lots of ways to keep you on budget and help you waste less!

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5 Smart Money Moves to Make This Fall

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It's time to start thinking about your year-end money strategy. Christmas and New Year's are closer than you think. Use the following strategies to make the rest of the year count.

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5 Things to Consider When Moving Out on Your Own

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Graduating college is a huge milestone, but moving out on your own, away from dorms and comfortable college-town apartments can be an even bigger step.

If you've recently graduated, here are five things to consider before making the big move.

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Get Wealthy, Not Rich: Change How You Think About Money

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How do you define wealth? The dictionary says wealth is “a large amount of money and possessions." But I propose the following, straight-forward definition: wealth is the difference between what you are earning and what you are spending.

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10 Cheap, Fun Things to Do in the Summer

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If your budget says a big summer vacation is out of the question, here are some inexpensive options for immersive summer fun.

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Marrying Your Finances

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Before you say “I do,” it’s a good idea for the two of you to talk about finances and agree on how you’ll handle them. This will ensure your marriage gets off to a good start.

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Prime Time for Financial Planning?

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A financial planner can evaluate your overall financial situation including your budget, savings, investments, retirement plans, taxes, estate planning, and insurance.  They also recommend strategies that will help you reach your financial goals.

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