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If you’re determined that this will be the year you finally pay down (or pay off) that debt. Get ready, because this Do It Today plan will have you taking 12 steps on your journey toward living a debt-free life. Continue reading →
You might think you’ve got a handle on your finances, but it’s likely you’re falling for at least one of these money myths! See if any of these apply to you, if so you’ve fallen victim to a money myth! Continue reading →
When it comes time to lay out your budget, one of the biggest divisions is between needs and wants. You might think you’ve got a handle on that, but it can be a little tricky. Here’s a tip: If you’re not sure which category something fits in, put off buying it for a while. Chances are, the drive to buy a need will increase, but the drive to buy a want will drop off. Continue reading →