How to Give Thanks to Someone

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Happy Thanksgiving to all the American readers! The meaning behind Thanksgiving is something everyone should acknowledge whether you celebrate the holiday or not. It’s a great time to meet up with loved ones, eat together and share everything that you are thankful for in life. Sometimes life gets busy and we forget to show gratitude for the little things in life and appreciate what we have. If there’s...

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3 Board Games that Can Help Teach Your Kids about Money

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Playing board games is a popular pastime for most kids. Even this day and age with technology and video games taking over, parents can still go to any store and purchase new and old board games to introduce to their kids during family game nights. If you’re trying to teach your kids about money in a fun and engaging way so it doesn’t bore them, you can start with some of these popular board games...

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Do You Have a Financial Back-up Plan?

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Do you feel like you are finally starting to get a grip on your finances? Maybe you’re finally bringing in a steady and consistent income. Maybe you’ve recently grown your emergency fund to be able to cover several months’ worth of expenses. Maybe you are starting to get control of your debt and make some lead way on payments. It’s great to move see improvement with the way you manage money...

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How to Avoid Getting Into Debt this Holiday Season

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Christmas will be here before you know it. We’ve shared ways to shop smart for the holidays and how to save, but you can still go into debt by mismanaging your money and overspending during this time of year. It can be tempting to splurge during the holiday season, especially after several months of budgeting well and keeping your finances under control. Holiday ads prompt consumers to spend more...

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