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5 Habits To Keep You From Getting Back Into Debt

Clearing your debt can take dedication, discipline and hard work, but it’s a great feeling once accomplished. However, now that you know how easily you can slip into debt, and the effort involved in getting out of it, you’ll probably think twice about getting back into debt.

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Financial Matters and Healthy Relationships

A vast majority of married couples who live in the United States talk about budgeting, finances, and other money matters because they want to make sure that everything is well taken care of when it comes to finances.

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4 Ways to achieve your financial goal and enjoy a debt free life

It is often seen that most people have the habit of buying things unnecessarily even when they don’t need them. As such, they cannot keep a track of their spending habits which in turn, leads to debt problem. Thus, it becomes difficult for them to manage debt. If you are also facing the same kind of problem, then you may achieve your goal of living a debt by learning

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Family fun without spending money

Everyone is feeling the pinch of the ongoing global economic crisis – governments, large corporates to the average man on the street. No one is immune to it. However this doesn’t mean that you have to stop any of your daily activities or having a fun outing once in a while to break the monotony. It is

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How to Avoid Debt when Unemployed

With unemployment rates rising, and the downgrade disaster and associated ‘austerity’ economy woes promising to keep the misery going for the immediate future, plenty of people are struggling or will soon be struggling with keeping their heads above water without a job. While unemployment is stressful emotionally and physically, it can also be a disaster financially for obvious reasons. Many people who find themselves unemployed quickly sink into debt as they use credit cards to pay their bills. But while unemployment is traumatic and difficult, it is


Sticking to a Budget When You Have a New Baby

Having a new baby in the house is a wonderful experience, but coping with all the stress, the sleepless nights, the worries, and the financial aspect is not easy. Follow these simple tips to stay on top of your budget, and still make sure that your newborn has everything that’s needed.


Budgeting Your Food Expenses

The average American eats out about 5 times a week. That’s quite a lot, and the expenses add up quickly – probably around $5,000 a year. Just think about it – what would you do if you had $5,000 more at the end of each year? Of course, nobody says to lock yourself indoors and avoid entering a restaurant at all costs, but, when you’re on a budget, eating out is