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5 Tips Towards a Smarter Budget

5 Tips Towards a Smarter Budget

1. Track Your Spending The first step in creating a successful budget is figuring out where your money is going. While this may not be an issue for essentials like gas, groceries and rent, you will likely realize how much of your income is going to non-essentials....

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The Best Personal Finance Apps

The Best Personal Finance Apps

Personal finance can be difficult. Thankfully there are lots of great apps available that can make it easier. Check out some of these apps that can make it easier to manage your money, track your spending, and maintain a budget. Business Insider lists some of the best...

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Money Saving Tips for Spring Break

Money Saving Tips for Spring Break

Spring is here! It’s the perfect time to take that vacation you’ve been thinking about all winter. Vacations can be pricey, but here are a few tips for how you can take a great vacation without spending more than you want to: Look for deals on everything Apps such as...

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