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    Ways Sleep Apnea Costs You Money and Time

    August 8, 2016 by No comments yet

    Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that affects many people. It may seem to others that the person snores loudly and excessively in their sleep, when in actuality, they stop breathing for a few seconds, causing a loud sound. There are many negative side effects associated with untreated sleep apnea, but the good news is, it is a condition that can be treated by modern medicine in conjunction with […]


    Dealing with a Spouse’s Constant Unfrugal Behavior

    March 25, 2016 by No comments yet

    In a perfect world, you and your spouse would have the exact same habits and ideals when it comes to spending and saving money. However, this is not a perfect world and so if you fell in love with someone who spends money freely, and you tend to be a saver, you are not the only one. It can be incredibly frustrating knowing that while you work hard to save […]


    5 Outdated Retirement Financial Tips You Should Ditch

    March 18, 2016 by No comments yet

    Some things never change and never go out of fashion. However, this is not the case when it comes to retirement advice. How we retire today looks massively different than how past generations used to retire. Employees now have a broad range of new types of retirement accounts to choose from, and the economy has substantially shifted since people were retiring in the 70s up through even the 90s. If […]


    5 Unique Spring Break Destinations for Students on a Budget

    March 11, 2016 by No comments yet

    Spring break is a time to let loose and have some fun, but what if you are on a strict budget as most students are on? There are still plenty of places to hit during this most popular time of year. Check out these five under the radar, exceptionally fun destinations.   1.  Beach Parties Galore   If you love beach parties, look no further than South Padre Island, Texas. […]


    Ways to Avoid Unexpected Expenses

    March 4, 2016 by No comments yet

    Unexpected home expenses are a reality of life. They will pop up sooner or later, but there are ways you can limit the damage they cause. If you prepare properly, there’s no reason why you can’t ensure that you pay less when all the little things go wrong. This article will show you how to go about avoiding unexpected home expenses.   Maintain Your Home Properly   Most unexpected home […]


    Should You Keep Your Finances Separate from Your Significant Other?

    March 4, 2016 by No comments yet

    When you fall in love, it is natural to want to share everything in your life including your finances. However before doing so, you should consider the implications and tread carefully to ensure that your relationship does not take a turn for the worse. Managing your money can be difficult in and of itself, and so maintaining a joint account is no cakewalk. It’s important to weigh the pros and […]


    6 Factors That Determine if the Home You Are Buying has Good Resale Value

    February 26, 2016 by No comments yet

    Buying a home is an exciting time in your life right now, but before you get caught up in the excitement, you need to think about the future value. Are you going to stay in it forever or is it temporary? If it is temporary, you want to keep a careful eye on the future value so you make a profit, or at the very least, get your investment back. […]


    Is it Ever a Good Idea to Relocate for Cheaper Rent?

    February 19, 2016 by No comments yet

    All renters share in a common desire to get the best deal on their rent each month. In general, it is recommended that you not put more than a third of your monthly paycheck each month towards rent. However, for those who are just getting started in the workforce, finding rent for less than half of their monthly salary can be extremely harsh, especially in larger cities. For instance, the […]


    5 Ways Obamacare is Going to Affect Your Taxes This Year

    February 12, 2016 by No comments yet

    No one likes to do taxes, and no one wants to deal with health insurance. However, this year US citizens will have to deal with both. Obamacare, otherwise known as The Affordable Care Act, has impacted the tax season with health insurance, which affects nearly every American. The first way that the law affects tax season is that it requires that almost every US citizen sign up for health coverage. […]


    Tips for Turning Your Hobbies into a Profitable Business

    February 5, 2016 by No comments yet

    It is not typical for a hobbyist to capitalize on their hobby and find financial success, especially one in which they can quite their day job over. However, with a little bit of motivation and some tricks up your sleeve, you can begin to make money from your pursuits. Although you may not be able to create a full-time business right away, a good place to start is to work […]