10 Financial Tips In Your 30’s

We don’t know about you, but in our twenties we spent our time trying to figure ourselves out within our career decisions and our finances (not even saying we were 100% successful at it). We focused on developing our skills, trying to figure out what we wanted and do not want in a career. College degrees, certifications, and getting some good experience was just the beginning for us to help […]

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Money Saving Tips for the Holidays| 12 Saving Hacks

Christmas is our absolute favorite time of the year. Something about this season screams “happiness, joy, gratitude, blessed,” and all the cheery words you can think of. The smell of chocolate chip cookies in the air mixed with the smell of fresh balsam gets us every time! Don’t forget the Temptations Christmas album playing in the background (our favorite holiday memory tradition is listening to the Temptations while decorating the […]

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53 Ways To Save Money And Cut Costs Starting Today

53 Ways To Save Money And Cut Costs Starting Today

Getting serious about your finances is a great move. Especially when you finally realize all of the money you should be saving and not wasting. Below are 53 ways to save money and cut costs starting today: 1. Pay Yourself First What good is working all those hours with no money in the bank to show for it? Therefore, when you receive money from your own business or job, first […]

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14 Money Challenges to Help Start Your Savings

Money Challenges to Kick Start your Savings

If you are anything like us, you love a good competition. I want you to challenge yourself about all the ways you can save money! If you have a goal like going on vacation, buying your 1st home, going to the Super Bowl or attending World Cup, or anything else you may want to save for, these money challenges can help you get to your savings goal faster. And if […]

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The Importance of an Emergency Fund

Importance of an emergency fund

Just recently, Brittany decided to quit her “9 to 5” bank job all because she was confident she had an emergency fund to have her back. It was a tough decision for her, but because she had reserves to dip into, it made the decision so much easier. She gave her boss the resign letter and said deuces. In a true emergency circumstance, like a layoff or a medical emergency; […]

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