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The Ins and Outs of Costco Travel

By , August 16th, 2017

Costco is a wonderful store for buying items in bulk at a lower price. But did you know your membership also allows you access to discount vacations? From a Caribbean cruise to family fun at Disney World, Costco Travel’s member-exclusive vacation plans let you plan the trip of your dreams for prices that are far […]


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The Cost of Living in New York City

By , August 9th, 2017

It is no secret that New York City is expensive. A fly trap for tourists, expensive shops line the streets of the most densely populated city in the United States. With roughly eight million residents, finding a place to live in New York City can be difficult. What becomes even more difficult, however, is paying […]


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Plan Your Financial Future with WeVest

By , August 2nd, 2017

Financial planning apps are everywhere, and each has something different to offer. WeVest is a fairly new financial planning app that offers a new perspective on saving money and growing your net worth. The app promises a straightforward and inexpensive solution to you financial planning needs. But how well does it keep those promises? How […]


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A PocketSmith Review

By , July 26th, 2017

PocketSmith is a budgeting and personal finance software tool that allows you to take control of your money. It allows you to take control of your money through forecasting, or showing you what your finances will look like in the future if your current trends continue. With calendars, budgets, pie charts, and graphs, PocketSmith offers […]


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20 of the Best Personal Finance Books to Add to Your Reading List

By , July 25th, 2017

In a world of misguiding money advice, how do you find the right personal finance book for you? Covering everything from saving money to the consistent habits of the wealthy, these personal finance books offer a wealth of tried and true advice. Listed in no particular order, each book offers sound council rooted in experience; no frills, […]


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10 Best Personal Finance Apps

By , July 12th, 2017

Modern lives center around cell phones, so it only makes sense that our financial lives should as well. But how can you decide which financial apps are best for you? Here is a list of the ten best personal finance apps available. Best Free Personal Finance Apps Stash Invest Stash offers a simplified approach to […]


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10 Best Frugal Living Blogs

By , July 5th, 2017

Frugal living blogs are all over the internet, making it difficult to keep up with every single one. But how do you choose which blogs to follow? Check out this list of the ten best frugal living blogs and what makes them so great. 1. WiseBread WiseBread has been around for a while, and age […]


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SlugBooks Review

By , June 28th, 2017

It is no secret that textbooks are expensive. Every college student’s wallet suffers when the beginning of the semester – and book buying time – comes around. Fortunately, SlugBooks offers a simple, stress-free way to find the lowest available cost for your textbook. How SlugBooks Works SlugBooks’ methods are straightforward: simply type in your textbook’s […]


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Venmo App Review

By , June 21st, 2017

Say you are out at a nice restaurant with some friends. One friend pays for the whole tab and asks everyone else to pay him back. Unfortunately, you do not have any cash on you. What do you do? Venmo is an application owned by PayPal, and allows ease of payment between friends. You can […]


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How to Save on Art Supplies

By , June 14th, 2017

As fun as art is, it really breaks the bank. Whether you deal in watercolors or oil pastels, the supplies you need – and especially the high-quality ones you want – are expensive enough to put a significant dent in your bank account. If you are looking to increase your art supply collection or you’re […]


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