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7 Tips for Back to School
Red Shoes, Living, Kids
The kids will be heading back to school before you know it. Yes, it’s hard to think about backpacks and calculators when you’re swatting mosquitoes and soaking up after-dinner sunlight. But follow these tips to manage spending now and you’ll get to relax and enjoy the rest of summer.
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6 Tips for Planning a Wedding on a Budget
Worth Saving For, Budget, Living
It’s no secret that a wedding is one of the most expensive moments in our lives. According to The Knot, the average cost of a wedding in the United States last year was over $33,000. While it may seem impossible to stay on budget as you plan for your special day, trust us when we say you can still have an amazing event on a smaller budget! Here’s some down-to-earth tips to help you stick to your wedding budget.
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Q&A: Family Financial Planning
Family, Saving, Spending, Living
Have a family or thinking of starting one soon? Check out some advice from our very own CEO and President, Kim Sponem on spending and saving with the family in mind.
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