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Heading off to college for the first time can be an anxiety-ridden situation - both for the students and parents! One way to help keep that stress level in control is to be prepared. You [...]
The fact that you clicked on this post tells me that you and I already have something in common. You see it wasn't too long ago that I too hated to budget. After years of [...]
It's generally not recommended to check on your overall financial situation and goal progress too often. Doing so can make you crazy. It can also literally cause anxiety and perhaps nudge you to make some [...]
This is a guest post from Sandy over at Nature Girl in a Technical World. She tells her touching story of adjusting life, and finances, to unexpected personal circumstance changes. In the fall of 2014, we had [...]
Today I'm going to share our personal budget percentages and categories we track. Remember, budgeting is an exercise in prioritization. Therefore, different people will have different allocations based on their own priorities. Your budget won't [...]
I read a post recently where someone said that even if you max out your 401k plan over your earning years, you wouldn't have enough money to retire. Is that true? I hadn't ever really [...]
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