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Should you discuss your financial struggles with your kids?
Updated on: 4th Apr, 2016

Let's say you are suffering from some kind of financial crunches. Perhaps your spouse has been laid off, or maybe you've a large amount of medical bills, or monthly mortgage pending. Whatever the situation might be, it's undoubtedly getting on your nerves. But you are not sure if you should share th...

Budgeting marvel on Mother's Day: Turning cheap foods into delectables
Updated on: 4th Apr, 2016

Mother’s Day is round the corner and if you’re planning to make your mom feel special on this day, but are wary of your tight budget, then you need to think again. This is because you can use some of the cheapest foods possible to be used for that special day’s brunch, even though they’re so...

Review your debt resolutions: What will make me successful in 2014?
Updated on: 4th Apr, 2016

Like lots of people, you too must have made some New Year’s resolutions of your own. If so, then you’re amongst the 40 percent of your fellow countrymen to have done that. More so, the grim economic climate of the nation doesn’t come as a surprise for you after having made promises to your own...

Healthy diet in college: How to optimize both your budget and appetite
Updated on: 4th Apr, 2016

Time being tough, it is but obvious to witness financial crunch in a lot of people, especially the young, financially vulnerable group, college students. Therefore, here are some guidelines to help students like you and all others making their living on a budget to eat healthy, palatable food, yet a...

Save more this year with less expenditure
Updated on: 4th Apr, 2016

Yes, it is possible to continue or make a fresh start this year with less expenditure and more savings. If you're wondering how to do so, then remember that savings directly depends on how less you're spending. Therefore, it is a prerequisite to plan a fresh new budget this year. Along with that, ch...

Fascinating money saving tactics for moms - Nurture your kids and family beautifully
Updated on: 4th Apr, 2016

If you can practice money saving tactics, it is going to benefit not only you but also your family and kids. Irrespective of the fact that you are a working mom or just a stay at home mom, you need to save money. So, what are the simple yet strategical tips you can follow to save money on the househ...

What similarities do the debt free Americans have?
Updated on: 4th Apr, 2016

We held those people in high esteem who are good with their finances, and we just praise those who are debt free and sometimes, envy. But who are these people are how do they do that? Do they have some special qualities? Do these people all have a common secret?Not at all. Apart from their faint or ...

11 Questions you should ask your ageing parents about their finances
Updated on: 4th Apr, 2016

As per a recent survey by the National Endowment for Financial Education, 7 among 10 adults say they face difficulty and hesitation while talking to their families about who will be responsible for making financial decisions on behalf of an aging parent who fails to handle his money. In fact in 2012...

College debt rises while the DOE sleeps: Is President Obama listening?
Updated on: 4th Apr, 2016

Hell hath no fury like a debt collector scorned. A kind of twisted remark as compared to the original one composed by the famous English playwright William Congreve. But considering the present day dismal scenario of our otherwise crestfallen student population, the statement says it all. Here's why...

Getting financial bliss: How tuition fee hike made me a broke
Updated on: 4th Apr, 2016

Increased tuition cost made it difficult for me to graduate out of college on time. Because of the dried-up public coffers and shortage of proper college funding, it became tough to get into class that I needed to earn my major. This forced me to stay in school for longer as I always wanted to compl...

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