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Getting a Car Loan After Bankruptcy

You’re probably somewhat traumatized if you’ve recently filed for bankruptcy protection. After all, our society holds that individuals should feel ashamed when they can’t fulfill their financial obligations.  So, even while the bankruptcy code exists, those who avail themselves of it are thought to be looked upon with a certain amount of disdain. They’ve also […]

Credit Card Debt Bogging You Down? Learn How to Consolidate It in 10 Easy Steps

Consumers face major financial issues due to credit card debt. All it takes is the mismanagement of one account, and it’s easy for the consumer’s credit to spiral out of control. Credit cards, especially store cards apply higher than average interest onto the balance. As consumers continue charging on the account, the worse the situation […]

How to Spend Less on Groceries Without Starving

The average American spends up to $18,000 on non-essentials each year. Much of this could be on groceries that people don’t need or waste. You know how it is – you only went to the grocery store to pick up a few bits. Instead, you leave with a shopping cart full of groceries. But, you can spend less money on groceries without […]

Preparing for the Birth of a Child While in Debt

Crib? Assembled. Diapers? Stockpiled. Nursery? Painted. Now it’s time to sit back, relax, and wait until your baby decides it’s time to make an appearance. Right? Not quite. While you should load up on sleep while you still can, now is also the time to get your finances squared away so you can best support […]

Getting in Great Financial Shape for 2019

New Year is the time for resolutions and many of us resolve to be better with money and avoiding debt during the festive period when January comes around. Most of us are so great at maintaining this resolution that we have to make it each year… The mistake that most of us make when it […]

Shopping for a Home: Top Tips Every Millennial Should Consider

Are you one of the many millennials or young adults who has learned that having your own residence is much cheaper than renting? If so, it’s still important to use the right approach when shopping for a home.  Know your budget and financial sources One thing’s for sure, first-time buyers can easily get lost in […]

Enjoy The Rest of The Summer Without Going Broke

If you live in a big city, when huge events fill the dog days of summer, there are a lot of temptations that promise to run away with your budget. If you’re worried you won’t be able to say ‘no’ to these events and other late-summer attractions, look to these tips to keep the rest […]

Smart Moms Depend and Save on Tide Products at Walmart

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks. Tide PODs should be kept out of reach of children If you follow me on Twitter you might have seen this tweet: Look what I got today with my $3 off coupon at @Walmart for @tide using the coupon here https://t.co/ZUK7FiEowv #Ad #tideatWalmart pic.twitter.com/43AEJveNyK — Lisa Samples […]

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