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Achieve Financial Stability With A Budget

Wondering where all of your money goes each month? If you’re one of the nearly 30% of Americans who live without a monthly budget, then you’re not alone. If you feel like you’re living paycheck to paycheck or struggling to make any financial progress, it might be time to take an honest look at your finances. Creating a budget, intimidating as it may sound, is the first major step toward financial stability. Start with a Small Step The key thing

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How to Bounce Back from a Maxed-Out Budget

Muscling through a period that requires great discipline – whether it’s sticking to a healthy eating plan or a budget – is sometimes followed by an itch to throw all previously agreed upon rules out the window. Let’s look at

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How to Evaluate Financial Priorities

Start with a Wishlist If you’re not sure where to start, here’s what you should do: Start with a wishlist. What would you really love to see happen in your financial life? Do you have debt to pay off? A

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Following a Financial Plan While Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Pithy sayings about a dollar a day and soundbytes of financial wisdom feel completely useless when you’ve been hit with financial hardship. The idea of an emergency fund seems laughable because you feel as if you’re living in an emergency

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Follow These 4 Steps to Finally Put Your Money Stress to Rest

Stress and worry begin in the mind as troubling thoughts, but they can quickly snowball into physical ailments such as headaches, high blood pressure, and heart problems. In fact, according to the American Institute of Stress, as many as 90%

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The Powerful Impact Unhappiness Has On Your Money

When we don’t feel equipped to shift our thinking, we tend to immediately turn to our environment for comfort. This usually comes in short-lived bouts of instant gratification – spending money on something that will make you feel better. Or

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When Life Gets Tough, How To Keep Your Head Above Water

It is important to remind yourself that you will not always be in this financial situation. If you are unemployed or underemployed, avoid the trap of falling into binges of Seinfeld reruns with scoops of ice-cream on top. You need

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How to Give Yourself a Clean Slate With Your Finances

It’s always easy to judge yesterday’s mistakes with the wisdom and understanding you have today. In truth, the mere fact that you can recognize past mistakes means that you learned what you were supposed to learn from those situations and

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