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  • March 15, 2023

Saving More Requires a Fresh Perspective

Do you want a better quality of life? Perhaps there are financial roadblocks stopping you from exploring activities, events, or purchases that you are interested in right now? If that’s the case, then you need to learn to budget more wisely and this always starts with saving more money.
  • August 19, 2022

Lifetime Savings Sounding Intimidating? Here’s How to Get Started

Saving up for later on in life always feels so far away. You’ve got bills to pay here and now, how are you supposed to afford your later life needs too? And that’s where saving becomes an intimidating subject – you’re going to need money in 40 or 50
  • November 17, 2021

Saving & Spending: Tips for College Students

You might feel the pressure of college debt, rent, health insurance, utilities, tuition, and many other forms of expenses that add to the stress of being a college student. Much like a test pit, college tests your understanding of money, which will be foundational in your adult life.
  • October 7, 2021

6 Simple Ways to Save Money While Out and About

Going out for a day or two can end up costing way more than you expected if you aren’t careful with how you spend your money. If you live in a town or city, temptations are everywhere and it can be even harder to walk by without damaging your
  • July 20, 2021

Follow These Money-Saving Tips for Your First Year Out of College

The financial burden face by students after college is overwhelming for many. According to the latest statistics, students face a college debt higher than $37,172, with the average being around $37,584. This could be very daunting for anyone who wants to go to college but is worried about the
  • May 5, 2021

Practical Money Saving Tips for Freelancers

Freelancing has become quite popular among Americans, as Upwork’s statistics show that one out of three people offers their services on their terms. While it might be appealing due to its flexible and independent nature, it’s not without its downside, such as sporadic work and cash flow issues, which
  • October 29, 2020

Stop Technology From Taking Over Your Budget

There’s no denying that the average modern workplace relies on tech in ways that we never have before. Digital technology is the primary force behind a huge portion of services we’re able to offer, which means that it does demand some investment. But how much is too much?
  • July 23, 2020

Upgrade or Replace: Saving Money on Your Computer

It’s no secret that computers have very limited lifespans. Just a few short years after buying your fancy new MacBook, you’ll probably be forced to start looking for a new one. The machine will slow down, start to develop physical faults, and may even stop being fit for purpose
  • May 27, 2020

Four Home Improvement DIYs to Help You Save Money

If you are interested in renovating your home, you might have been put off by the considerable cost involved. While it is essential to always bring in professionals to deal with specialist tasks, such as anything structural or electrical, there is a surprising amount of home renovation you can
  • April 17, 2020

You’ve Never Too Young to Start Saving for Your Financial Future

When you’re young, your retirement seems a long way off – after all, it is decades away. However, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t start thinking about your financial future sooner rather than later. When it comes to failing to save for the future, one of the most common

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