Places that will pay you to live there

Some cities and states are so desperate for new faces that they’re offering all kinds of incentives to lure people in.  Take Vermont for instance.  The state recently passed a bill saying they’ll...

7 tricks for going out without going broke

When you’re on a budget, there’s always this conflict of “Do I go out and have fun or stay home and save?”.  On one hand you want to be financially responsible because you have goals to achieve. ...

9 tips to sharpen your time management skills

Time management is something many of us aren’t very skilled at.  What typically happens is you think you have all the time in the world, so you procrastinate.  Then you freak out when it becomes...

Rebuilding your financial life after divorce

Not everyone who says “I do” goes on to live happily ever after.  Studies show that 40 to 50 percent of U.S. marriages end in divorce.  The rate is even higher for those who choose to remarry. ...

Foods you can still eat past the expiration date

Whether you’re preparing for the apocalypse or taking advantage of a good deal, you don’t want your stockpile to spoil before you get a chance to use it.  Despite what the label says, most foods are...
5 great reasons to e-file your taxes

5 great reasons to e-file your taxes

Plan to paper file your taxes this year?  If so, you’re wasting your time.  E-filing is the faster, easier and better way to do your taxes.  Once you try it, you’ll never go back to paper again.  Here are five great reasons to make the switch. Accurate results...

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How your personality affects your spending habits

How your personality affects your spending habits

Personality tests are a fun way to determine what makes you tick.  Normally they're used to provide insight about your strengths, weaknesses and relationships but they can also help you understand why you spend money the way you do. Determining your personality type...

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6 ways to save on car maintenance

6 ways to save on car maintenance

For most people, transportation is one of the largest monthly expenses.  According to AAA, the average cost of owning and operating a vehicle in 2017 is $8,469/year.  That’s a huge chunk of cash but there are some ways to keep your car rolling for less. Use the...

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