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Preparing for Large Purchases Before College Graduation

Saving Before Graduation While it’s difficult to focus on the future with a mountain of homework in front of you, there are easy ways to start saving before you graduate. Since a vast majority of college students share housing, many are able to drastically cut electric, utility, cable, and internet bills. Some Ways Student Can Cut Costs: Share streaming services, phone plans, and grocery bills with roommates or family. Negotiate …Read More

Winterizing Your Home On A Budget

People living on a budget might not take extra steps to winterize their homes, figuring they can’t afford it. But many winterization options are free or very inexpensive, and save a lot of money on heating bills. Don’t let a tight budget prevent you from winterizing every year.   Free things you can do Insulate leaky doors with a towel. Roll up a towel and place across the bottom of …Read More

First-Time Home Buyer Tips

So you and you’ve finally decided to take that next step. You’ve got a steady job, saved up some money and are ready to start a family. You’re ready to buy a home. You’ve picked out the city you want to live in and are ready to finally make that purchase. But before you do, take these first-time home buyer tips into consideration before you sign the dotted line. Is …Read More

Tips and Ideas for Budgeting for Summer Fun

Part of the credit counseling process is creating a budget that works. It’s important to take into account everything that one spends and keep it in mind when budgeting. That means keeping your budget flexible for different times of year. Summer is the time when families look to get away, spend time outdoors, and keep the kids’ minds engaged until they go back to school. Here are some quick tips …Read More