marriage and finances

Marriage and finances: How to Resolve Financial Disagreements With Your Spouse

Marriage and finances are a hot topic for any couple.  You may have heard that conflicts regarding money sometimes lead to divorce for married couples. These conflicts may arise due to opposing views on spending and saving, credit card debt, mismatched financial priorities, overextended budgets, impulse buys, and more. Do you often fight with your spouse over your shared finances? If so, you may be looking for ways to…

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Out of Work? See Who’s Hiring During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Do you want to know who’s hiring during the coronavirus pandemic? With millions of Americans applying for unemployment, both the job market and people’s finances have really taken a hit.  With that being said, there are a number of companies who are looking to ramp up hiring to meet certain industry demands brought on by the coronavirus. Below is a list of who’s hiring during the coronavirus pandemic right…

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10 Extreme Ways to Save Money

Extreme ways to save money might sound a little wonky to most people, but if you are looking to save some cash, read on.  If you’ve already tried some of the more standard money-saving strategies, then you may want to put your discipline and willpower to the test. Think of saving money the same way you would an athletic activity like running: you could start slowly by trying a…

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Children and Allowances: What To Do If Your Child Wants One

Children and allowances are two things that go together when you think of introducing your young ones to the concept of money.  Have your children been asking you if they can have an allowance? Of course, they probably want money to buy things like candy, Starbucks drinks, smartphone apps, game downloads, music, or a small trinket when they’re at the mall with their friends.  While you want your children…

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Five Tips For How to Cut Food Waste and Save More Money

Are you looking to save more money?  Nowadays, that is pretty much everyone.  Did you know that the average American consumer wastes 250 pounds of food each year? If you could save a nice amount of money by curbing your food waste, what would you do with that extra money in your wallet? You could go on a much-needed vacation, contribute to your retirement fund, save for your child’s…

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Seven Ways To Get Rid Of Debt Faster

If you are looking to get rid of debt, you are not alone.  Consumer debt is upwards of $14 trillion and climbing in the United States. Of this, student loan debt and credit card debt accounts for about $2.5 trillion.  To say we are a nation of debt would be an understatement.  The reality is that many people use credit cards to help them live and pay bills.  Not…

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Five Coronavirus Scams To Watch Out For

Coronavirus scams were bound to ramp up during a vulnerable time like this.  In order to avoid falling prey to scams, it is essential that you keep your eyes and ears open.  As of right now, there are a bunch of scams going around that you need to watch out for.  Scammers are on the hunt for personal financial information that will give them access to everything from your…

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Can’t Pay Rent? 11 Tips For Working With Your Landlord

  Can’t pay rent?  Join the millions of Americans who are in the same boat.  With unemployment applications through the roof, it is no surprise that many Americans cannot pay their bills.  With all the aid that has been going out as part of the Coronavirus stimulus package, those that are renting are not seeing much in terms of aid.  With that being said, now is not the time…

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personal finance

Seven Ways To Handle Personal Finances During The Coronavirus Pandemic

  Giving thought to your personal finances right now?  So is everyone!  The right personal finance tips are essential during a volatile time like we are experiencing right now with the coronavirus pandemic. Checking in with your personal finances is more important than ever.  Many people have lost their jobs or have taken a pay cut, which has completely upended their livelihood.  Now is the time to delve deep…

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Six Home Energy Efficiency Tips for the Spring Season

  Home energy efficiency tips will be helpful as we start spring at home.  During the cold winter months, you were probably extra careful about your energy use. If you prepared in advance, then you sealed any drafts, had your HVAC unit checked, and cleaned your air filters. You likely also kept your thermostat at a reasonable temperature. Now that spring has arrived, what are you doing to increase…

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