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Save More Money for Your Next Vacation With this Simple Trick



No matter the destination or date you envision, now is a great time to start putting money aside for your next vacation. And while saving enough to pay for a trip might seem like a lofty goal, there’s a handy hack to help get you there.




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Topics: Finances, Budget


Start With a Money Summit to Hit your #couplegoals



Spreadsheets and savings goals aren’t sexy. That’s probably why great love stories, when retold, don’t delve into household finances. But money is a central part of any relationship. And how you deal with it (or don’t) can determine whether your own tale is a short story or a novel.




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Topics: Finances, Budget


Can’t Bear to Check Your Finances? Here’s Help



Would you rather eat that ATM receipt than risk seeing your balance? You’re not alone. Keeping tabs on money can be stressful and confusing. Even if you know you should keep track of your finances, it can feel easier to just ignore balances, credit card statements and bills.




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Topics: Finances, Budget


4 Keys to Successful Debt Consolidation



When your personal finances teeter on the brink, your first instinct might be to do something drastic. Freeze your credit cards in a block of ice. Vow to never eat out again. Forgo your Netflix subscription.




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Topics: Credit Card, Budget


Enjoy Your Summer Vacation — Without Maxing Out Your Credit Cards



School is out, and summer is upon us. It's time to let loose and have some fun. That sounds great in theory, but it can be horrible for our finances if we aren't careful — especially when it comes to taking summer vacations.

For many people, travel is a significant part of their summer budget, but reckless spending while on vacation can wreak havoc on their finances. People often spend more when on vacation, perhaps because they get caught up in the moment or simply because things are more expensive than at home.




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Topics: Credit Card, Budget


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