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10 Ways To Eat Healthy While Grocery Shopping On a Budget

There’s no denying that there has been a worldwide increase in the price of groceries. However, that doesn’t mean we must sacrifice our health when budgeting our grocery dollars. Here are some budget-friendly ways to continue eating healthy while trimming your grocery store bill.Read More »

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6 Ways Interest Rate Increases May Affect Your Personal Finances

The Federal Reserve is continuing to raise interest rates to combat inflation. It’s raised rates more times already than it has in 28 years. You would think then that as inflation eases, it would make expense management a bit easier for consumers. However, as rates rise, so too does the cost of borrowing money – with everything from home loans to credit cards – continuing to go up. Here are some areas you might want to keep an eye on in your finances, according to GoBankingRates.

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How To Prepare Financially For a Second Baby

Raising one child can certainly be expensive enough (but we all know that the experience of being a parent is priceless). However, when another baby is on the way, expanding your family from one to kids can come with a whole other set of financial planning aspects that you’ll want to take into consideration before delivery day.

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10 Pieces of Financial Advice a College Grad Should Know

One of my passions is personal finance and making it relatable for as many as possible, and trying to write about and highlight information that I think would be useful. I know when I was in college, I wish I would have had half the information available as there is now. With graduation season in full swing, I wanted to highlight an article that covered some great topics college grads should know as they enter the “adulting” world.

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What Comes Next After Retiring Early?

As mentioned in the previous post, there’s no reason that millennials can’t look forward to early retirement. If you’re one of the ones who have been able to accomplish this feat, you might be wondering, “what comes next?” I wanted to highlight this story from NextAdvisor in partnership with Time, that features Bernadette Joy, founder of Crush Your Money Goals, who have had to ponder just that.

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