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6 Ways You’re Losing Money Without Realizing It

By: Stacy Rapacon | Grow You don’t have to be perfect to make progress on your money goals. Every once in a while, things come up—like that time you spent more than you meant to showing your out-of-town buddy a great time, or when you dipped into your emergency fund to cover a car repair—and that’s […]

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Your High Credit Score Could Be a Bad Sign

By: Money Stir As I write this blog post, my current TransUnion credit score is 824. It is interesting to see how my score has changed in recent history, and why there were periods where there were dramatic increases or decreases. But before we go into the details about my credit score, let’s look at […]

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The Power Of $25 A Day To Reach Your Financial Goals

By: Scott | Free Money Finance After listening to countless hours of the best personal finance podcasts and pouring over the top recommended books on money, there were two concepts ever-present. Manage your spending like the Millionaire Next Door and continue to diversify your income streams or make focused efforts to grow existing ones. If you can compound wins through […]

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Rockstar Review: Decluttr.com (An Easy Way to Sell Your Stuff)

This is part of our Rockstar Reviews series Who it’s for: Those who want a quick and easy way to get rid of stuff. Ease of use: Scan or type in barcodes, get your offer, and accept. Free shipping and next day payments. What I liked about it: It makes the process of selling old stuff super easy. […]

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The Minutiae of Moving to Another Country

By: Jim | Route To Retire Minutiae.  It’s such a funny word. It makes me chuckle just saying it, so I thought it would be perfect for what I want to talk about today. We’re learning pretty quickly that when you want to move to another country, you can’t just pick up and leave.  There’s […]

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Ditch goals. There are more powerful ways to change your life

By: Amanda | Why We Money A new year is a fresh start. A chance to clear the slate and reset. An opportunity to make changes in your life.  So you set big goals to do something, be something, or start something different or new for next year.  And why do you set these goals? […]

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25 money saving life hacks for 2019

By: The Poor Swiss People may have started this New Year with lots of hope and life goals to improve their financial life. They are making new plans to reduce their monthly expenses, consolidate multiple debts, create savings accounts and an emergency fund to handle their money well. Controlling your money and life may require […]

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Should You Plan to Spend More Early In Retirement?

By: Brandon Renfro Living happily in retirement means crafting a spending plan to support your lifestyle. To do that, you’ll need to think about how you plan to live in retirement. Not just now, but for the long term too. That could involve a plan to spend more early in your retirement. While you can’t […]

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The Five Most Important Numbers You Need to Know

By: Meghan Rabbitt | Grow I spent my early 20s totally ignoring my finances. After all, what did it matter exactly how much was in my pitiful publishing paycheck when the answer was not much? Or how high my credit card debt climbed (very), or how little I invested (uh, zero)? I just trusted everything […]

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What does minimalist living actually mean?

By: Millionaire Mob Ever since traveling to Japan and seeing the minimalist lifestyle of Buddhism first hand, I’ve been fascinated with how I can implement it into my everyday life. Do you ever feel trapped in the contemporary way of life where materialism, consumerism and acquiring barrage of stuff seem to be the order of the day? If you […]