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16 Ways To Save Money On Food

By Disha / 5 years ago

Food is expensive. Yes, there are some awesome people out there who manage to spend $100 a month on food for their family of 4 and seem to have fantastic meals. However, that just seems impossible for me! I do believe that eating healthy on a budget is possible though. You just need to know […]

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Common Expenses When Deciding To Go To College

By Disha / 5 years ago

College is very expensive. If you just look at average tuition costs, then your mind will most likely be blown. However, if you add in everything else that comes along with going to college, then you will most likely be even more shocked. Below are common expenses that you may come across when deciding to […]

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3 Stories of Financial Success from Job Quitters

By Disha / 5 years ago

People don’t always quit because they lose hope or are miserable. People quit their jobs for other reasons such as they want to follow their passion or try a new career. Bottom line, they want to do something to make them grow professionally and financially. There are also brave job quitters who put up their […]

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Alternatives To Cable TV

By Disha / 5 years ago

If you are anything like me, you are always looking for ways to save a little money. A great way to cut costs is to start with your utilities, specifically those that are non-essentials. The big one that stands in the forefront when it comes to cost is your cable bill. Cable companies charge upwards […]

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Sharing Your Finances

By Disha / 5 years ago

Personal finance for some of us is a challenging task. Imagine adding another person to share these finances with. With as complicated as money can be it is no surprise that it is the root of many problems in relationships. It is for this reason that it is always a good idea to make sure […]

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Does Everyone Need an Emergency Fund?

By Disha / 5 years ago

You’ve probably heard more times than you can count that you should have savings put away for a rainy day. You may have also heard the old phrase that one size does not fit all. There are several different scenarios where it might not necessarily make sense for someone to have an emergency fund. This […]

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Advice for Young Professionals

By Disha / 5 years ago

Graduating from college can be a very exciting time. You find yourself with your first real job, the freedom that comes with no more studying, and of course a nice paycheck. All of this new found time and money can invite bad habits though. Many new graduates rush out and make a new purchase such […]

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Can People Really Afford These Luxury Cars?

By Disha / 7 years ago

I have a 25 minute commute to and from work each day. During my commute, one of the thoughts that always crosses my mind is: “Can these people really afford all of these luxury cars I see on the road?” The more I think about it, the more I think that a lot of these […]

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February 2012 Personal Balance Sheet

By Disha / 7 years ago

Below is a look at my personal balance sheet as of February 29, 2012. This is the template that I will use every month for my blog posts. Starting in March, I will track all of my spending and will have a separate post with my income and expenses for the month.  This will be […]

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January 2012 Personal Balance Sheet

By Disha / 7 years ago

Below is a look at my personal balance sheet as of January 31, 2012. This is the template that I will use every month for my blog posts. I will likely have more details on my spending and income starting with my March 2012 balance sheet. The balance sheet could have some changes to it […]

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