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Consumer Watch: Budgeting for fun – KOKH FOX25


KOKH FOX25
Consumer Watch: Budgeting for fun
KOKH FOX25
I cannot comment enough that a budget is your budget. You get to put how much fun money you have,” says Tabatha Thurman, financial education specialist, WEOKIE Federal Credit Union. Thurman says that in her work with clients, she finds that often the

Tips to make the most of your online course – The Daily Advertiser


The Daily Advertiser
Tips to make the most of your online course
The Daily Advertiser
As the new year starts, people are planning to change aspects of their lives. From living on a budget to appreciating family more to improving themselves, people are looking to alter habits and explore new horizons. For many going back to school to get

Try Out These Fun Tricks to Save More Money Effortlessly in 2018 – Madison.com


Madison.com
Try Out These Fun Tricks to Save More Money Effortlessly in 2018
Madison.com
A lot of financial advice, such as living on a budget and sacrificing to pay down debt, is really important, but it isn't necessarily a lot of fun. There's a reason for this: Managing money means making responsible choices, even when there's more

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Money saving tips from a broke college student – Voice of Muscatine

Money saving tips from a broke college student
Voice of Muscatine
As new year's resolutions are still at a high, people are still striving to lose weight, have a more positive attitude, and, of course, save money. Saving money isn't an easy task for anyone, as we all spend money every day. Saving money and living on

Travelling with kids: Why this family quit, packed up and left – NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au
Travelling with kids: Why this family quit, packed up and left
NEWS.com.au
TWO parents have quit their jobs, sold everything they own and taken their children out of school to travel the world.

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How to achieve waste-free living on a budget – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald
How to achieve waste-free living on a budget
The Sydney Morning Herald
Losing weight and saving money are still top of the nation's New Year's resolution list but many people are embracing a new challenge this year – waste reduction. The ABC's War on Waste brought the issue vividly to life, inspiring many to change their

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Breaking Resolutions: Discipline key in handling personal finances – Uniontown Herald Standard


Uniontown Herald Standard
Breaking Resolutions: Discipline key in handling personal finances
Uniontown Herald Standard
House said you don't necessarily have to give up fun activities when living on a budget. “There are many websites these days, like Groupon, that offer great discounts and they only require a small amount of research and pre-planning,” he said. “We are

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GMA Network kicks off 2018 with ‘GMA ONE Online Exclusives’ – GMA News

GMA Network kicks off 2018 with 'GMA ONE Online Exclusives'
GMA News
Beginning January 1, netizens will be able to watch GMA ONE Online Exclusives on GMANetwork.com and GMA's YouTube channel featuring not just one, but three shows: Adulting with Atom Araullo, #Goals with Gabbi Garcia, and Fact or Fake with Joseph Morong

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LETTER: Don’t call it a cost-of-living increase – Asheboro Courier Tribune

LETTER: Don't call it a cost-of-living increase
Asheboro Courier Tribune
To Medicare, not in our pocket for the cost of food or utility bills. This, in my opinion, is wrong, calling it a cost-of-living increase. Where are the people in government that are supposed to be looking after the people in need on Social Security

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Dave Ramsey says: Budgeting for holiday happiness, plus 5 financial gotchas during the holiday season – Deseret News


Deseret News
Dave Ramsey says: Budgeting for holiday happiness, plus 5 financial gotchas during the holiday season
Deseret News
Dear Dave: My wife and I are trying to improve our finances by living on a budget and following your plan. We're in the middle of Baby Step 2, so we're working to pay off everything but our house using the debt snowball. We only bring home about $40

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