Reader Tip Tuesday #7

In a country where sex is used to sell everything from cars to yogurt, you’d be hard-pressed to find an ad, movie or TV show

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Reader Tip Tuesday #6

As a freshman in college, you’re never quite sure exactly how much of everything you’re going to need to get through that first year away

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Reader Tip Tuesday #5

For any parent on a budget, back-to-school shopping can feel more like a back-to-school spending free-for-all. It’s the same every year. Teachers send out those

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Reader Tip Tuesday #4

A little late, but a good one! Here’s this week’s Reader Tip Tuesday. Once you’ve gotten into dangerous waters with a credit card, it’s tempting

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Reader Tip Tuesday #3

There is a common misconception that being frugal means being “cheap”, but frugality isn’t just about cutting budgets. We believe that the most important part

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Reader Tip Tuesday #2

When it comes to frugal living, creativity is a virtue. That’s why we were excited (but not at all surprised) to receive such clever responses

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Reader Tip Tuesday #1

We understand that frugality, battling debt, or searching for financial independence is hard; it takes consistency and determination. We mentioned it last week: the path

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Financial Independence: What Does It Mean?

We’d like to thank Experian for having us on their Twitter chat a couple of weeks ago. The topic was financial independence, and we heard

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Hiring Veterans is Good For Business and Families

It may or may not come as a surprise to you that the unemployment rate for veterans is higher than the national average. The unemployment

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Transitioning Home: Supporting Service Men and Women Looking for Work

U.S. & the Problem of Veteran Unemployment For service men and women returning from active-duty, a period of unemployment is next to unavoidable. Most veterans

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Sharing Futures, Sharing Scores

You’ve found your soul mate and you’re goin’ to the chapel and you’re goin’ get married. Congratulations. But are your credit scores compatible? It isn’t

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05.02.12

6 Simple Ways to Avoid Burnout

Studies estimate that stress, symptoms from fatigue, and exhaustion cost US businesses up to $300 billion dollars in lost productivity each year. In the wake

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Sneaky and Fun Credit-Building Lessons For Kids

While Congress has passed many measures in the last ten years aimed at reducing the opportunities for predatory credit card companies, the reality is that

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The AT&T/Verizon Market Share Duopoly (Infographic)

If you’re having a difficult time understanding why you can’t get a lower Verizon bill or lower ATT bill, then take a look at this

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