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My Online Shopping Addiction Was Costing Me Hundreds a Month

By: Natasha Burton I am an admitted Amazon addict. As a freelance writer who works from home, I enjoy the convenience of not having to...

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How I Turned My Vices Into $35,000 of Savings

By: Tim Stobierski I’m a man of small vices—and have been since 2007 when I enrolled in college. That’s when I started smoking three packs of cigarettes a week, bought two or three coffees a day from the campus cafe and regularly imbibed on “Thirsty Thursdays.” After I graduated and...

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How We’re Teaching Our Preschooler About Money

By: Financial Pilgrimage April was Financial Literacy Month, I wanted to share a few things we’re doing to teach our preschooler about money. These techniques are not new or groundbreaking, though already seem to be having a small impact after only a few months. I could go on about the benefits...

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I Saved $5,000 by Renting Everything From Cars to Clothes

By: Taylor Milam When I graduated from college in 2015, I had one goal: to be debt-free. I dreamt of a life of flexibility and freedom, where I could travel and pursue my interests without being tied down by a monthly payment or compounding interest. So during my first year in the real world, I...

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Should you run away from expensive cities?

By: Prosperly Way One of the most common conversation topics in NYC is housing. Which neighborhood you want to move to, how small your apartment is, how much your rent bill increased this year, how to avoid paying a broker fee…the list goes on and on. Since I have lived in both low-cost and...

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5 Money-Saving Challenges That Actually Work

The following is a guest post from Irina Vasilescu, a personal finance writer and the content manager behind DontPayFull.com, one of the fast growing coupon sites that helps people save money. We all know about a lot of things we ought to do but struggle to get around to. Saving money is one of...