Tag: budget

How to Pick a Tablet that’s Just Right

[ 0 ] December 12, 2019 |
How to Pick a Tablet that’s Just Right

There is a sea of electronics when shopping for a tablet, whether it be for you or someone else. It can be overwhelming when deciding on a purchase as pricey as this. There are a few ways to figure out what tablet is best for you. What will you be using it for, what other […]

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Looking for Less Financial Stress? Simple Budget Plan for a Happier You.

[ 0 ] September 23, 2019 |
Looking for Less Financial Stress? Simple Budget Plan for a Happier You.

Will a budget give you less stress about money? The answer may surprise you! Making a budget is a powerful thing. It is a great way to take a step back and relieve uncertainty about spending by making a plan. By setting financial goals, you will be able to work towards your target savings, long-term […]

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What Is Financial Aid for College?

[ 0 ] May 29, 2019 |
What Is Financial Aid for College?

Financial aid includes all funding to help you pay for college, such as scholarships, grants, loans and work-study. To access most aid, you must complete a FAFSA. Today’s skyrocketing college tuition prices mean most families can’t afford the whole bill on their own. Financial aid can help fill in the gaps. Here we explain everything you […]

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Become Financially Fit in 2018

[ 0 ] January 9, 2018 |
Become Financially Fit in 2018

Now that the Christmas season is behind us, the focus turns to 2018 resolutions. While many of us vow to eat better and get on the treadmill to improve our physical health, have you thought about your financial health in the New Year? Consider some statistics: A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau study found that seven out […]

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What to Splurge (and Skimp) on for Back-to-School

[ 0 ] August 8, 2016 |
What to Splurge (and Skimp) on for Back-to-School

COURTNEY JESPERSENJuly 1, 2016 Holiday Tips & News, Shopping, Shopping Tips & News The first day of school isn’t here yet, but it’s not too early to start budgeting for the upcoming semester — especially considering the amount you’ll probably spend before the first class even starts. A 2015 report by American Express found that parents planned to spend an average […]

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