Budgeting

  • Photo of 8 Unexpected Costs of Driving

    8 Unexpected Costs of Driving

    So you’ve saved up your money for months or even years, and you finally have enough for a substantial down payment on a new car. You’re also preparing to save for upcoming expenses such as car repairs and regular maintenance like oil changes and car washes. But have you budgeted enough money to account for all the costs of driving?…

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    How to Control Car Expenses with a Sinking Fund

    Owning a car is a lot like owning a house. It’s incredibly exciting when you sign on the dotted line and have a brand-new vehicle to drive every day. But hidden expenses abound with even the newest and best-made cars. And when you have an unexpected expense, you likely may not have an emergency fund large enough to cover the…

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    Best Apps for Managing Personal Finances for Millennials

    Millennials get a pretty bad rap when it comes to managing personal finances. After all, avocado toast ain’t cheap, and those Starbucks frappuccinos really do add up, apparently. But to be fair, most millennials are more budget conscious than they get credit for. That’s mainly because they can’t really afford not to be with things like student debt, credit cards,…

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    Discounts, Discounts, Everywhere!

    You won’t want to skip over the discounts that might be right under your nose - especially on everyday spending.

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  • Photo of Jobs Are Going Remote, and It’s Great News for Everyone

    Jobs Are Going Remote, and It’s Great News for Everyone

    Some states are offering big bucks to remote workers willing to make the move.

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    Offline Businesses With Low Startup Costs

    Digitalization paved the way for entrepreneurs to launch online businesses with low startup costs. Moreover, many people that have little-to-no capital are participating in this transformation. Remote work, though, isn’t for everyone. Plenty of entrepreneurs still prefer to do it the old fashioned way, but there is one obstacle in the way: Money. Opening a physical brick-and-mortar business requires a…

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  • Photo of How to Find Cheap Wi-Fi Plans

    How to Find Cheap Wi-Fi Plans

    Thanks to the rapid spread of digitalization, people can easily shop for competitive and cheap Wi-Fi plans. Moreover, cable companies aren’t the only ones who offer these services. Phone providers, amongst others, allow you to lower your average internet bill and pick between different cheap internet deals. However, cable corporations still have a strong monopoly, even though it is diminishing.…

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    How to Determine your Debt to Income Ratio

    There are two main things to consider when analyzing your own personal finances, and trying to figure out where exactly you are financially.

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    Where are You in Your Financial Life Cycle?

    If you know where you are in the financial life cycle, you can then judge where you fall short and which skills you can learn.

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    Renting an Apartment: How to Plan Your Budget

    Even though you may have created a budget for your new apartment, it can be difficult to actually stick to it. One of the best ways to stay within your budget when renting an apartment is to do all of the budgeting before you sign those papers that puts the apartment in your name. Below are some of the best…

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