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Top 5 Cheapest Dates

Dating can be expensive, but that certainly won’t stop anyone from doing it! Fancy restaurants and outrageous bar tabs may leave you with an empty wallet for that second date. Here are a few  ideas on how to do it  without spending your entire paycheck and without looking cheap.

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Have it all! How to save money for your wedding day

Every bride looks forward to a wedding day that she can remember forever as the best day of her life. The groom may not always express equal enthusiasm, but he definitely does not want to break the bank. Preparing for your big day can gofrom exciting to stressful after a single meeting with a wed

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How to Prepare for the High Prices of Tuition

Every university in the United States provides an array of degrees and programs to prepare students for their lifelong careers. Unfortunately, not one of these degrees comes at a low price. At each university, tuition costs ris

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How To Save More Money

It is important to know how to save more money so that you can build a strong safety net against disasters that can befall your family. Many people have a special, high interest account that they transfer funds into regularly, making it easy to separate daily discretionary funds and th

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Crash Diets, Jerky Dinners, and Thieves in the Night: Tips for Maintaining Your Emergency Fund

We’ve already talked about who needs an emergency fund (you, and everybody else you know), why you need an emergency fund (because emergencies don’t make appointments; that’s why they are called emergencies), and how to get an emergency fund star

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How Americans give to charities and some helpful tips regarding donations

It may sound like a cliché but donating to charities really does make you feel good about yourself and also about the world in general. When you give money for a cause or to help someone less fortunate, you get a psychological and emotional boost that inspires you to achieve more and become a

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How I Escaped Overwhelming Debt

I remember feeling special when I received my very first pre-approved offer for a Visa credit card. Fresh out of high school, I was ready to live on my own and enjoy the college lifestyle. I figured that a barely-there line of credit of $150 would do no harm and, in fact, help me begin buil

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