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Who is the Best Warehouse Club in 2020: Sam’s Club vs. Costco

Who is the Best Warehouse Club in 2020: Sam’s Club vs. Costco

Sam’s Club vs. Costco, which is better? That’s a question many people ask. Whether you’re shopping for groceries, furniture, computers, or any of the hundreds of other products offered, it can be a tough decision to decide which is best. We have both a Costco and a Sam’s Club within driving distance. Although both of these stores are better economically …

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6 Steps to Travel Hacking for Beginners

6 Steps to Travel Hacking for Beginners

With all the talk of a pending recession, saving some money on your next vacation is likely even more top of mind than usual. Luckily, there’s a solution out there to help you save money while still enjoying your next vacation! The answer is called travel hacking. Travel hacking is just a fancy term that entails using existing systems to …

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What To Invest Your Money In Besides the Stock Market

What To Invest Your Money In Besides the Stock Market

As you start to save and increase your income, one of the most important steps you can take is investing your money. Many people struggle to know what to invest in besides the stock market. Granted, the choices are vast and can be quite confusing. However, if you want to ensure a healthy financial future, ensure your family’s finances are …

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How To Save Big on Clothing Expenses

How To Save Big on Clothing Expenses

Some people spend a lot of money on their clothing expenses. Others, like myself, don’t really spend that much. The general guideline is that you shouldn’t spend more than 5% of your disposable income on clothing each month. So if your net income is $2,000 a month, you’re clothing budget should be $100 per month, or $1,200 per year. Whether you love …

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Emergency Funds and Cash Reserves - The Complete Guide

Emergency Funds and Cash Reserves – The Complete Guide

One of the few personal finance concepts that garners near-universal praise is the emergency fund. For many topics in personal finance, there are seemingly as many critics as there are advocates. “The stock market is too risky,” “You can’t retire early because you need health insurance,” “You shouldn’t travel because it’s wastefully expensive.” I don’t agree with any of these …

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Save a Life (And Save Money) By Adopting a Pet - My Life, I Guess

Save a Life (And Save Money) By Adopting a Pet

Pets are the best! Not only do they provide love, companionship and entertainment, but studies have shown that owning a pet is also good for your health and for your quality of life. They can help reduce your depression, anxiety, stress, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, ease pain, improve your mood, and can help improve children’s development and immunity.   …

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