Monthly Archives: November 2018

Monday, December 3: Bargains – WCVB Boston


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Monday, December 3: Bargains
WCVB Boston
Alex Kagy makes a living thinking on his feet at Improv Asylum. He improvises in life, too, stretching his bucks by finding nightlife fun for not much money. Tonight, he shares his tips for living on a budget. Plus, we go bargain hunting for affordable

Getting Divorced? Here’s How Your Retirement Security Could Be Affected – The Southern


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Getting Divorced? Here's How Your Retirement Security Could Be Affected
The Southern
You should adjust your expectations quickly and downsize your costs if necessary so you can still prioritize retirement savings, creating and living on a budget that recognizes your financial resources and challenges. Knowing your rights in divorce
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Strained relationship over borrowing money – Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

Strained relationship over borrowing money
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Q. I borrowed some money from my parents in January, and it took a few months longer to pay them back than originally planned. Since then, I've noticed our relationship seems to be strained. They will sometimes make remarks about money when I'm around …

Dave Ramsey: Borrowing money often strains relationships – PostBulletin.com

Dave Ramsey: Borrowing money often strains relationships
PostBulletin.com
Dear Dave: I borrowed some money from my parents in January, and it took a few months longer to pay them back than originally planned. Since then, I've noticed our relationship seems to be strained. They will sometimes make remarks about money when …

Student living on a budget: the home-grown haircut – Varsity Online


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Student living on a budget: the home-grown haircut
Varsity Online
Being students, money is an elusive concept; as soon as that sweet loan hits our account it's gone again, be it towards (extortionate) college rent or cheesy chips from Van of Life. To stave off the dreaded overdraft, this year I'm on a saving hype