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How to Figure Out Your Family’s Grocery Budget (and Stick to It!)

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One question I see time and again is “How much should I spend on groceries for my family of four ?” — or three, five, etc. When you’re making a household budget, it’s easy to know how much you need to include for most of your living expenses, like utilities, student loans, and even fuel. … Read More about How to Figure Out Your Family’s Grocery Budget (and Stick to It!)

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How to Talk About Money With Your Spouse or Partner

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If you are in a relationship, you talk.  You communicate about the kids, what to have for dinner, your in-laws, where to go on vacation.  However, do you talk about your finances?  More importantly, do you discuss your budget? When we were first married, my husband and I pretty much just let me take care … Read More about How to Talk About Money With Your Spouse or Partner

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How to Become Financially Stable

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lThese are things you must due in order to improve your financial stability.   Let’s talk about financial stability. The truth is, living a financially stable lifestyle leads to all kinds of great things like great credit scores.  You have a savings pillow to fall back on during hard times.  It allows you more possibilities … Read More about How to Become Financially Stable

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From Bankruptcy to Paying $22,000 Cash for a Car

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I was recently a guest on the Masters of Money podcast.  One of the statements Phil made was “Wait a minute.  How does one go from declaring bankruptcy to paying $22,000 cash for a car?” I had never really looked at my journey in that way.  But, when I thought about it, I realized – … Read More about From Bankruptcy to Paying $22,000 Cash for a Car

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How to Stop Spending Money You Don’t Have

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So, you want to stop spending money.  That might be easier said than done.  When it comes to managing your money, there are things you need to do.  You know you need to budget, try to get out of debt and control your spending.   The issue is not necessarily that you are spending money … Read More about How to Stop Spending Money You Don’t Have

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