Income, Budgeting, & Debt

A New (and better) Personal Finance Curriculum for High School – a review of Personal Finance Illustrated®

Overview: When you want a personal finance curriculum for high school that isn’t the same outdated information you’ve heard before, check this one out! Note: This post sponsored by Personal Finance Illustrated® but all opinions are my own. Trying to follow a one-size-fits-all financial ideology doesn’t always work.  Because one size hardly ever fits all. …

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How Your Teen Can Pay for College

Overview: When you’re wondering how to pay for college, this SAT/ACT prep course is one of the best and easiest ways to get some help. It’s reasonably priced and effective, a win-win! Note: this post is sponsored by College Prep Genius, but all opinions are my own. Referral links are present. College is looming and …

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Is money tight for you RIGHT NOW? One of the fastest ways to save money is also one of the easiest! I was surprised by how much I could save!

Need Money FAST?? Try this!

Is money tight for you RIGHT NOW??  Do you need to get some cash together quickly to pay a looming bill, or are you trying to gather funds to make a large purchase and are tired of the nickel-and-dime approach?  One of the fastest ways to save money involves a relatively small lifestyle change but …

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Home Staging Before and After

A few weeks ago we had an appointment with our realtor.  Because in the six weeks we’d had the house on the market up to that point, there had been only one showing.  That’s not exactly rush hour, y’all. We came away from the appointment having decided to make two changes: 1) We dropped the …

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