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How to Avoid Six Common Budgeting Mistakes

Budgeting is critical for financial planning, but people often make the same mistakes. Read this article to learn what these mistakes are and how to avoid them.

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Start a Hustle for Extra Income

Extra income can help you speed up your debt payoff. This article highlights six side hustles to earn extra income without a lot of time.

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Is Financial Independence Your Goal?

Financial Independence. Retire Early. If you’ve spent any time researching personal finance, you may have come across these terms, or the combined term – FIRE.

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Pick One Thing and Work On It

I’ve worked with clients for a while now, and one thing I see over and over again is overwhelm. Our lives are so complicated, juggling

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The Origins of the Word “Mortgage”

I ran across a little piece of information recently that stopped me in my tracks. Did you know that the word mortgage translates to death contract (or

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The Bank Of Mom And The Bank Of Dad

As I have been working with the great people at Debt Payoff Planner, we have been having fun looking through data. One thing they pointed

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Is Debt A Universal Constant?

“I’ll be in debt until I die.” “Everyone is in debt.” “I’ll always have a car loan. I can’t afford to buy a car with

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Debt Snowball vs. Debt Avalanche

If you are looking to get out of debt as quickly as possible, you have two major strategies to choose from if you are looking

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Debt Consolidation Loans: Good or Bad?

Have you recently found yourself drowning in auto loans, student loans, and credit card debt?  You’re not alone. Millions of American consumers are having trouble

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5 Ways to Pay Off Debt Faster

Paying off debt can be overwhelming at first because of the amount of time it will take to become debt free.  It’s critical not to