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Take responsibility, don’t stop learning, and remember: The goal is not worrying about the money
Making a to-do list and keeping up on a calendar really helped me put my life together.
You may pay more money upfront for healthcare costs, but the long-term savings can be immense.
Is college worth going into debt over? The short answer is no.
Welcome to Taxes 101.
It’s all about making small changes now in order to achieve big results down the road.
If at all possible, pay with cash.
Financially successful people make money in their sleep — this is how.
It’s best to have three to six months of savings set aside for emergencies only.
Start collecting up your receipts and calculating your expenses now.