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Can You Be Frugal and Generous at the Same Time?

Can You Be Frugal and Generous at the Same Time?

| December 5, 2014 | 5 Comments

Today’s post comes from my good friend Caitlyn. She and I have gotten to know each other over the past few months. She looks to me as somewhat of an inspiration and I look to her as someone with huge potential to achieve her dreams if she keeps at it. Caitlyn, like you and me, […]

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What is Mint.com and Why Should I Use It?

What is Mint.com and Why Should I Use It?

| July 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Mint.com is a free personal finance software that helps you track your finances. I’m a 29 year old young professional that’s personally seen a huge turnaround financially since starting to use Mint.com in early 2010. I started using online financial software in 2009, with a free service called Quicken Online. It was very similar to […]

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What Do You Mean “You Don’t Track Your Finances”?!

What Do You Mean “You Don’t Track Your Finances”?!

| March 10, 2013 | 34 Comments

I’ve figured out why some people are broke while others aren’t. Broke people are broke because they are not tracking their finances while others are building wealth because they are. Yes, it’s true and I’m sorry to have to break the news to those of you who are broke. It is a harsh reality. My […]

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5 Steps to Organizing and De-Cluttering Your Apartment

5 Steps to Organizing and De-Cluttering Your Apartment

| January 21, 2012 | 9 Comments

Oftentimes us young adults rent apartments in the first years out of college. Apartments offer very little responsibility and with their reasonable cost of living, they allow a single person like me to live on their own, without roommates. All in all, I’m content living in my suburban apartment. One of the reasons that I […]

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Does an Emergency Fund Replace the Need for Credit Cards?

Does an Emergency Fund Replace the Need for Credit Cards?

| January 7, 2012 | 14 Comments

I have two credit cards. I’ve had the accounts for approximately 4 and 8 years and they have high limits. If you know the rules on credit scoring, you know that from a credit rating perspective, I shouldn’t close these accounts. If you’re a Dave Ramsey follower on the other hand, you would argue that […]

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How to Track Your Finances with Mint.com

How to Track Your Finances with Mint.com

| December 4, 2011

Back in early 2010, my older sister me showed me how and her husband used Quicken to organize their finances. I was impressed by it and looked into Quicken when I got home. I found and started using its free online version, called Quicken Online, which soon after was discontinued and converted over to Mint.com. […]

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