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Top Holiday Gifts That Support a Good Cause

The holidays are about gift-giving, and many people prefer to spend their gift budgets on items that support good causes aiding people in need. If you are someone who likes to give holiday gifts that directly support good causes, here are a few organizations that you might consider.  It may sound too good to be true, […]

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Save on Heating Costs with DIY Energy Saving Tips

It seems like the cold weather has settled in to stay in many parts of the Country. Thanks to a one-two punch of colder weather and slightly higher fuel prices, U.S. households likely will pay more to heat their homes this winter. For those who want to save on heating costs, what are the options? […]

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Low-Cost Holiday Cards

It’s the time of year when people start thinking about getting all of their holiday cards in the mail. Holiday cards are costly, especially when you include the cost of the postage stamps. Of course, you can save on stamps by ordering electronic cards instead, but they don’t come cheap either, and by the time […]

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Holiday Shopping Bargains: ‘New to you’ Is As Good As Brand New

Why thrift stores, consignment shops should be your holiday shopping destination The bells are ringing. The holiday decorations are up (since September). And retailers across the country are ready for what’s shaping up to be a solid holiday shopping season. Indeed, 2017 holiday retail sales are expected to reach about $680 billion, up nearly 4 […]

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Is Financial Stress Impacting Your Health?

Did you know that nearly half of Americans say their expenses are equal to or greater than their income? When expenses exceed income, it is a huge cause of financial stress. According to a report by SunTrust Bank, 46% of employed Americans said they typically run out of money between paychecks. Having financial stress may […]

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Last Minute, Inexpensive DIY Halloween Costumes

It’s that time of year again – the leaves are falling, the air is cooling off, and soon, little ghosts and goblins will be roaming the streets on Halloween night. It’s always exciting for kids and adults alike to come up with a new costume every Halloween, but face it — costumes can be expensive! […]

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Moving With Children: It’s Easier Than You Think

Guest post by Alex Hall of singleparent.info Everyone dreads moving, and with good reason. It takes quite a bit of time and energy to take care of all the details. However, if you’re leaving your kids out of the process, you can unintentionally be making it more stressful for them. There are simple ways to include […]

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Struggling to Find Affordable Rent? Tips to Help

Feel like affordable rent is out of reach? You’re not alone. A recent study, conducted by Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies, revealed that more than 60 percent of renters don’t earn enough money to afford monthly payments on the median-priced home in their area. Affordable, according to the study, means that payments can’t be […]

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Ready to Buy a Car? Check Your Credit Score First

Need a reason to check your credit score? A new study from WalletHub finds that buyers who have “fair” credit will end up spending about five times more to finance a new vehicle than somebody with excellent credit. The study, part of WalletHub’s third quarter auto financing report, estimates that not having a top credit […]

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Beware of High School Degree Program Scams

Now that the kids are back in school, some parents may be thinking about doing the work to earn their own high school diploma. The number of adults with a high school degree has been on the rise for the past several decades. Today, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, about 88 percent of adults […]

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