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3 Reasons Why You Should Vote!

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If you haven’t already heard, Election Day is around the corner. Regardless of your political stance or love or hate for the presidential candidates, it’s an exciting time for citizens to have a say on the future of the country. If you are on the fence about heading out to the polls next month, here are three

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What’s Up With Those New Debit Card Chips?

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The following is a Guest Post from Jessica Kane, professional blogger who focuses on personal finance and other money matters. What’s Up With Those New Debit Card Chips? If you have gotten a new debit card lately, you may have noticed that there is a square metallic object gracing the front of it. This is

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3 Ways to Tackle Student Loans

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For those of us who had to pull out student loans, we know about the grace period we are given after graduation before we are required to start paying off those loans. Some of us may be in the midst of the grace period and for others, the grace period is long gone and now

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5 Back-to-School Organizing Tips

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Parents across the country know what time it is – Back-to-school time! This means a return to tight schedules, busier calendars, and backpacks full of papers. Worried about getting organized for the back-to-school season? Here are back-to-school organizing tips, that will help get you and your kids get back into  the swing of things. 1.

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3 Ways to Make Your Daily Commute Productive

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It’s not required that you stay productive during all hours of the day, but your morning commute is a great time to educate yourself on what’s going on in the world and in your business. If your commute time is longer than 20 minutes each morning and afternoon, you’ll definitely want to check out these productive

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Financial Pitfalls to Avoid in Your 20s

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Photo by CafeCredit  Graduating from college and fully stepping into your 20’s usually signifies increased monetary responsibility.  Here is a list of dos and don’ts that will help you avoid the pitfalls and potholes on the road to financial stability. Establish a good credit score. Begin establishing a good credit score as early as possible.

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DIY for Summer Travel Crafts

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Are you planning on taking a summer trip with your kids this summer? Here are three simple, budget-friendly summer crafts that should help simplify those travel plans! 1. Lunch Bags & Snack Caddies  -Clean and use Pringles chip containers for homemade cookies. When you’re finished baking, stack the cookies inside the container to keep them

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Common Billing Errors to Watch Out For

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You work too hard for your money to lose it because of a financial inaccuracy. Here are a few of the most common billing errors to watch out for. Medical Bills After you see a medical care provider who bills the cost of your care to insurance, you’ll receive an explanation of benefits (EOB) statement

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