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Spotlight September 2020
This month we highlight podcasts about saving and budgeting from NPR. Podcasts It's a Good Time to Save More. Here's How. How to Spend Less Money…
Can You Cash a Check Without a Checking Account?
Yes, but slow down! You can throw away a ton of money by cashing a check in the wrong place. This video will guide you in the right direction.
Are You Being Super-Marketed at the Grocery Store?
Supermarkets are super at marketing! Follow our tips so you don't fall for their tricks. Enjoy!
Needs Vs. Wants: Getting Down and Dirty with That Budget
There's broke, and then there's "digging through your couch cushions for change to buy groceries" broke. I've been both more than once in my life, and…
How Much Do You Spend on Subscriptions in a Year?
Subscriptions come in many forms. Magazines, newspapers, websites, apps, newsletters, services, and much more are available by subscription, though it…
Work Disruption Can Lead to Bills Piling Up
It's the end of the month, and money's tight. How to cut down on your costs? We've got a few suggestions...
The Revolutionary Hipster's Thrifty Gift Guide
If you're like me (and the internet tells me you're exactly like me, assuming you're my side of the Boomer/Millenial divide), there are few things you…
Worried About Your Budget Right Now? Be Proactive!
If you don't, you’re probably setting yourself up for financial ruin. Check this out...
Streaming, Cable, Satellite, or Antenna? How Do You Watch TV?
There are many ways to view TV shows, sports, live events, and movies in your home: cable TV, satellite, antenna, and streaming services. Most of us u…
The Lowdown on Super Market-ing
The average American goes grocery shopping between 2-4 per week—is that true for you, too? When you shop, you come home with more products than…
Think Twice Before You One-Click Purchase
We all love ordering things on Amazon. They're typically cheaper than goods in a brick-and-mortar store, arrive quickly, and we can read lots of revie…
FoolProof Saving: How to Save Successfully
For many Americans, the suggestion of having three to six months of savings in an emergency fund is daunting. Ideally, it would be great to have that …
Are Fast-Moving Developments Challenging You Financially?
Financial challenges can be disrupting to your budget, especially if it’s tight. But what if your tight budget actually had more flexibility to acco…
Already Broke As Soon As Payday Hits?
If all your money is spent as soon as it comes in, welcome to the club... Here are some helpful tips to save on a budget.
Are You Teaching Your Kids Bad Money Habits?
Your own spending habits teach your kids money habits, too. Show your kids you think before spending. Here are some unearthly tips to help your kid…
A.K.A.: Sites that help you, and don't hype you. Have you ever bought a lemon vehicle, had your ID stolen, or found it difficult to pay your bills? A…
End of the Year Tax Saving Tips
The end of the year is fast approaching and many people are focusing on the holidays. But you should take a bit of time to ensure that you are taking …
Become a "FoolProof Skeptic", and Do it Right.
Make money, spend money: Gifts, groceries, housing, transportation, utilities, health, entertainment, and more. If you know the cycle of your life, yo…
The Holiday Shopping Season Has Begun! Plan Ahead with These Tips
The holiday shopping season is here. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are no longer just one day. Many retailers, online and off, offer deals for several…
How Much Does Impulse Buying Cost You?
Everybody makes impulsive and unplanned buying decisions sometimes. For many people this may wreck their budget. How do you (plan to) stop this impu…
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