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How to Save on Back to School Shopping

At this time of the year, families are busy getting ready for school. Instead of starting the process at the store, check to see what you already have first. Chances are that you have many items written on the supply list in your house, from last year shopping or just hidden away somewhere. Take the time to look for what you ... More

Easy Solutions for Less Spending

Saving money is not always difficult, and with just some little changes to your routine you can make a big difference. Check out our examples for three street free things to start doing: Before spending a lot of money on an item, take 30 days to think about it. You may find that it was only an urge, and you really don't ... More

What to Focus On When Looking for a Job

Looking for a job can take a while, and because you spend so much time and energy on the process - you deserve a great outcome. Focus on applying for jobs that you will actually like and enjoy, instead of randomly sending your resume everywhere. Be sure to have a tailored cover letter attached to each type of job you apply for, ... More

When to Seek Financial Advice

It is not easy to be in a situation where it is hard to make payments on time, and it may feel like all is lost. It is important not to let yourself get into depression over it, because communication can be key in getting out of this mess. Contact your lender or lenders and explain your situation and see what type of solution ... More

When to Ask for Financial Advice

Sometimes the financial future doesn't look bright, especially of the present is filled with debt and stress. One great resource to work through some issues with is a credit counseling agency. They can offer you professional advice on topics that can make or break your financial life, such as debt, loans, housing, bankruptcy, ... More

How to be More Productive

There are different ways to be productive, but a main one is avoiding distractions. Many do not know how much time we actually lose by checking notifications our phones, for example. According to a study conducted in the University of California, it takes an average of 26 minutes to recover from trivial interruptions. Therefore ... More

A lot of people worry about their finances, but they are not looking for ways to excel at their jobs. Having a good job is crucial in order to be able to have a good financial situation, so setting yourself apart and work and performing more than good can be very helpful. One thing that can assist you with your success goals is ... More

The Advantages of Using One Credit Card

Using just one credit all month long can have few positive outcomes. First and foremost, it can show you exactly how much your are spending overall, and on what. If you take the time to break down your expenses and write everything down you can set up a budget for yourself and perhaps make some changes regarding your spendings, ... More

Why You Should Remember to Use Your Credit Card

Having a strong credit should always be on your mind. On of the ways to accomplish that is by paying your credit card on time. There are shoppers that do not use their credit card or do not even have one, and that's ashame because using a credit card can be very beneficial. Some examples are credit building, cash rewards, sign ... More

The Danger of Landing a New Job

Getting a new full time job after being unemployed or working part time can be very exciting, and it is a very happy time. However, it is important to sit down and take a close look at your expenses to create an updated budget. Don't be tempted and think that now that you have extra money coming in you should go and spend it ... More