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3 Expenses to Shed this Autumn Season

Much like the trees shed their leaves this time of year, it may be time for individuals to do some shedding as well — of the financial nature. Autumn is the perfect time to follow the trees’ lead and strip ourselves of those unnecessary expenses we’ve piled up during summer. 

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How COVID-19 is Reshaping Millennial Saving Habits

The coronavirus pandemic has caused the most substantial economic rift to the U.S. economy since the Great Recession of 2008. Due to quarantining policies and business shutdowns, the nation’s unemployment rate reached a staggering 14.4% in April 2020, according to Pew Research

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5 Simple Ways to Minimize Food Spend

Splurging on delicious treats is one of life’s many pleasures. And sure, the occasional frozen yogurt here and Chipotle takeout there won’t make much of a dent in your wallet. However, with the average American household spending $7,203 a year on food, it does make you wonder where corners can be cut. 

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4 Tips to Spring Clean Your Finances

Spring cleaning might be a heinous thought, and it might usually apply to cleaning the house. However, everyone could do with spring cleaning their finances once in a while. Whether it be clearing some old debts, creating a few more spreadsheets or completing your tax statement, there are plenty of things you can do to keep your finances sparkling clean.

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Finding Affordable Extracurriculars for Kids

Childhood is made up of many activities, memories, and special moments. Many of these activities are some we are begrudgingly forced into like school or a doctor’s visit. But the ones we look back on fondly are those that brought us great joy, taught us a skill, or made us stronger.

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