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Financial Advice You Should Never Follow

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The beauty of the Internet is that anyone can start a blog. The ugly truth about the Internet is that anyone can start a blog. And no, that's no typo. There's a lot of content floating out there about how to manage your money and build long-term wealth, but not all of it is good.

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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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The 4 Best Things College Students Can Do With Their Tax Refund

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For many of us who have recently graduated school or are still in school, tax season can be a happy time financially. Many people will get a tax refund from the IRS, and more will squander that money before it has a chance to make it through one statement.  Here are some ways to spend it responsibly and feel good about it.

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7 Ways to Save Vacation Money

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Plan your next vacation ahead to ensure that you get the most for your money without sacrificing a good time. Then relax, knowing that you might even have funds left over when you get home.

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How Splurging Impacts Your Finances

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Splurging leads to overspending and can derail your short and long-term savings goals and makes what you really want out of reach.  This article will provide you with some of the dangers of overspending and how you can fix them to keep your finances on track.

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