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Category Archives: Personal Finance Guide

Five Ways To Save Money On Vehicle Expenses

Posted on March 26, 2017 by Daniel at 6:14 pm

It’s not cheap to own a vehicle. Even if you buy a used car for a good price it still comes with all sorts of extra expenses. One of the most expensive of those costs is your auto insurance. (more…)

Four Ways To Get The Money You Need To Renovate Your Home

Posted on March 26, 2017 by Daniel at 6:03 pm

If it’s time to renovate your home you’re going to need some extra cash. Maybe you’ve been saving up for the renovations you need and already have the money. However, sometimes the need for home renovations can sneak up on you. (more…)

4 Reasons You Aren’t Making Progress On Paying Off Your Debt

Posted on March 24, 2017 by Daniel at 8:51 pm

Many people find themselves in a pile of debt and feel like they can’t get out of it.  They find themselves spinning their wheels not seeming to improve their credit score.  It is certainly much easier to get yourself into debt than it is to get out of debt. (more…)

How To Make Your Home Make You Look Rich

Posted on March 24, 2017 by Daniel at 8:40 pm

You don’t have to have a lot of money to have a home that makes you look like you do. You simply need a little money, an eye for style, and a little motivation to make some changes to your home. Something as simple as a new carpet or new curtains could make a big difference in your home and how upscale it looks. (more…)

The Monetary Costs Of Bad Habits

Posted on March 19, 2017 by Daniel at 9:44 pm

Bad habits cost more than just your good health. Drinking and smoking are damaging your body, but they are also doing damage to your wallet and maybe even your savings. If you took a moment to calculate all of the money you spend on things that are either bad for you or are doing nothing good for you, you might be amazed. (more…)

How To Get More Money When You Need It

Posted on January 15, 2017 by Daniel at 8:25 pm

It’s definitely difficult to live without money. Clothing costs money, food costs money, having a home costs money, and pretty much everything you need and want costs money. It doesn’t matter what you need money for, you need it. So how can you make more when you need more?


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