Signs You May Be A Shopaholic And 6 Things You Can Do To Change It

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Tweet We’ve all made purchases on impulse, whether it be that candy bar at the checkout line in the grocery store or that pair of shoes that you come across that would go perfectly with your new tailored suit or the dress you bought last week. Impulse buying is a major weakness for many, and […]

How To Keep Eating Well On a Budget

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Tweet As the state of the economy becomes more and more uncertain, many families are obviously tightening their budgets. Cutting back on grocery costs is a great way to save money and you don’t necessarily have to sacrifice the quality of your meals. In order to keep eating well on a budget you’ll have to […]

You Need a Budget Review

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Tweet An often overlooked tool in managing your personal finances, the basic budget is where it all begins, so you need a budget reivew.  The budget is the foundation from which all other things relating to your personal finances are built.  Ironically, many of us have the tendency to set our budget and move on […]

Five Wise Uses for Discretionary Income

Tweet According to Investorwords, discretionary income refers to “The amount of an individual’s income available for spending after the essentials (such as food, clothing, and shelter) have been taken care of.” Few individuals and families recognize the importance of this leftover money and squander it away on impulse purchases like magazines and overpriced coffee. This […]

My Dining Out and Grocery Budget Compared to My Neighbors

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Tweet Have you ever wondered how your spending stacks up against your neighbors? Maybe you think you have spending under control but since your friends are telling you exactly what they are spending it’s hard to say for sure. This is the fun thing about Bundle. You can poke around with spending data for all […]