Three Easy Ways to Cut Your Grocery Bill

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The average American family spends roughly $150 a week on food—over $6,000 every year. For most of us, groceries eat up a large portion of our monthly budget. If you want to cut back on expenses, food is actually one of the best places to start. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); You already know that bringing your lunch with you to work instead of going out, skipping your daily...

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Four Great Side Jobs for Teachers

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Summer’s almost here, and that means school is out—for students and teachers. While some teachers enjoy the time off that summer provides, others may want to take the opportunity to earn some extra money. Here are four ways teachers can earn money over the summer. Tutoring Private tutoring is big business for teachers. Summer is the perfect time to earn extra money, since there will be plenty...

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How to Save Money When Shopping for Clothes

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Confession time. I love shopping. While I’m pretty good with saving my money and limiting my spending to needs instead of wants, occasionally I’ll go on an all-out shopping spree. One of the reasons I don’t feel too badly about the occasional shopping spree is that I never pay full price for anything. Really. And you shouldn’t either. These are some of my best tips on how to save money when...

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Are Student Loans Worth It?

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Are Student Loans Worth It?   The topic of student loans is big in the news these days, with some going so far as to call the current state of lending and repayment a “crisis.” That begs the question—are student loans worth it?   While the answer to this will vary depending on each individual situation, here are a few factors to help you decide whether or not taking out student loans...

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