Managing Money

How, When, and Why to Audit Your Personal Budget

If you’re not running your home like a business, you should be. This includes the need to regularly audit your personal budget and keep detailed financial records. Here are how, when, and why to do it.

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How to Get a Sweet Deal on a Used Car

When her previous car suddenly stopped running, our thrifty author had to find another within her budget. In this article, she shares her best tips for getting a sweet deal on a used car.

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What You Need to Know About Credit Cards and Debit Cards

Plastic currency is everywhere, from credit cards to debit cards. Here’s what to be aware of when using them.

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How to Establish a Good Relationship With Money

Many of us have a poor relationship with money. Here is one method using self-reflection to help you establish a good relationship with money.

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How to Have a Yard Sale: 10 Steps to Make It EPIC

Here’s some detailed advice on how to have a yard sale that will get you top dollar for stuff you don’t want anymore.

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How to Talk to Creditors When You Can’t Pay Your Bills

When money is tight or your financial circumstances have changed, speaking to your creditors can help you buy enough time to get through the crisis.

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How to Radically Reduce Your Expenses So You Can Change Your Life

Are you happy with your life or do you have unfulfilled dreams? Maybe it’s time to radically reduce your expenses to make your dreams a reality.

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Why Paying Off Credit Card Debt Is NOT Always the Best Use for Your Money

Here’s some unpopular advice. Paying off credit card debt fast is not always the best option for those in dire straits. It differs from case to case.

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Creating a Holiday Budget and Sticking to It

There are two things that make all the difference in the world during the holidays and into the New Year. 1) Making a budget and 2) Sticking to it.

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20 Times I’ve Been Glad I Had an Emergency Fund

Going through life without an emergency fund is like getting on a tiny little plane without any parachutes. Here are some real life examples of how an emergency fund saved my bacon.

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